From the start of his educational pursuits, Matt Badiali was destined for a unique career path. It wasn’t a planned and carefully prepared profession, it came in a rather surprising manner. First Matt attended Pennsylvania State University, where he earned his undergraduate degree. After completion of his B.S. studies, Matt would go to Florida Atlantic University, where he received his graduate degree, a Master’s of Science. Having an established interest in Geology and Science and armed with two degrees wasn’t the end of his learning. He decided to remain in school, so he went even further into Earth Science and began to pursue his PHD. Matt stopped short of the dissertation, because he received a sudden nudge to go into an entirely different direction.
Matt Badiali is now known as a “financial guru” thanks to the input by a friend. What started with a “nudge”, blossomed into a full-time career. Matt Badiali jumped at the opportunity when a friend wanted him to develop written advice to guide investors. Matt Badiali recalled how his own father had tried and failed as an investor. Soon, he was creating articles filled with prudent advice about “doubling” and “tripling” initial” investment funds. Matt discovered that it was possible to link his background in Earth Science to natural resource investing. Because unlike other stocks, natural resources are a valuable commodities based stock, which remain stable, despite declines in general market values. Natural resources include gold, coal and lumber.
The articles helped set the tone for a popular following that lead to Matt Badiali evolving into a Senior Analyst and Chief Resource Investment Expert. His powerful investment advice made him a regular at Banyan Hill Publishing. When he realized that investors could capitalize on a lesser known tax code, he developed the “Freedom Checks” program. The program introduced the tax code law to investors, with it retirees could maintain their standards of living. By potentially realizing higher returns, more than with traditional savings plans, such as 401Ks and IRAs. Now, Matt Badiali travels the country teaching investors about the benefits of Freedom Checks.