With his background in geology, Matt Badiali is the chief resource investment expert at Banyan Hill Publishing. He writes about investment opportunities in the petroleum industry, forestry, precious metals, and similar investments. In 1992 he earned a geological and earth sciences bachelor’s degree at Penn State University and in 2000 a master’s degree in this subject at Florida Atlantic University. He was well on the path to earning a Ph.D. as well when he stopped his education in order to enter the financial industry.
For now, the current oil price movement has reflected a “buy on the rumor, sell on the news” reaction, said Matt Badiali, senior research analyst at Banyan Hill.https://t.co/18NEsoAzB6#Oil #Trump #PresidentTrump #Iran #Nuclear #NuclearDeal #MarketWatch #Market #StockMarket pic.twitter.com/OM0H0e54Ot
— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) May 9, 2018
Matt Badiali has been writing about Freedom Checks which is an investment that few people know about. These are distributions from master limited partnerships (MLP), issued on a monthly or quarterly basis. This is similar to dividends earned off a stock or interest earned off a bond. MLPs trade on stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange and, just like a stock, they have a ticker symbol.
He says that even most brokers are not familiar with MLPs. However, a number of the wealthiest people in the world rely on MLPs to supply them with a steady cash flow such as the legendary investor T. Boone Pickens. The Freedom Checks are issued by MLPs, Matt Badiali says, which derive their money from companies that transport, store, process, or produce oil, gas, and other natural resources. These companies are required to pay 90% of their profits in the form of dividends and they can yield nearly 13%.
Matt Badiali has also been writing about the rising price of a barrel of oil. He has written that WTI crude prices have hit their highest levels in the past four years, a little above $70 per barrel. He says that this is a sufficient amount of money that U.S. shale producers can break even on their exploration and extraction operations. He says that these producers are not yet earning big profits but the first quarter of 2018 was far better than the past several quarters had been. As oil prices continue to rise he expects profits to go up and more oil exploration to once again start taking place in the United States.
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