Matt Badiali, Using Science To Identify Hot CommoditiesJuly 29, 2019 - Author: steph
Real Wealth Strategist teaches average investors how to buy and sell commodities futures. Published by Banyan Hill, the digital newsletter is the brainchild of Matt Badiali. With laser-focus, Matt discusses commodities and how it takes someone with a particular instinct to find the quality stock. It’s an area of investing where raw materials are just as important as finished manufactured products. It’s probably a sign of the changing times, but in more recent commodities market discussions, marijuana is making investors eager to find out more. So, Matt says that he now makes sure to mention the marijuana industry as a commodity stock.
Note that Matt Badiali believes that now, marijuana is a speculative stock. But if it receives legalization status by the Federal government, investors could become wealthy with any trading. For the present, he suggests doing research and only invests in the “right marijuana stock.” Matt Badiali incorporates his background in geology science into digging for facts. He told an interviewer that he strives to put good, well-researched information in the free newsletter.
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There’s a slightly different perspective offered to subscribers of the Real Wealth Strategist and the free newsletter. The Strategist provides a breakdown of hard and soft commodities. He takes a look at how the commodities are grown, harvested and readied for market. Generally, this includes high yield crops, precious metals, and natural resources, livestock and energy. It’s where Matt Badiali shares his personal knowledge, insider information and in-depth analyses. He also covers topics of interest for his free e-newsletter. But, unlike the Real Wealth Strategist, it doesn’t offer advice but sticks to more generalized financial topics. Topics help with learning about portfolio management and building retirement funds.
Canada is already trading in marijuana as an industry and as a commodity stock. Matt Badia detailed that as a world traveler, he has developed a keen sense to name hot commodities. His travels have included trips to Papua New Guinea, Switzerland, and Singapore. Matt attended Penn State University, where he obtained his undergraduate degree, before receiving his graduate degree from Florida Atlantic University.