The only reason people think that they have exhausted all the business niches is because they are stuck to the norms of the society, and they are not bold enough to risk in other areas like natural resources. Well, the natural resources are very speculative, but it could get better if you had world-class advice on how to go about it. Matt Badiali, the Founder of Real Wealth Strategist, can help you get rich in this sector.
Matt Badiali did not have any intention in landing where he is today. He had spent his whole life focusing on the study of natural resources until 2004. In 2004, he was studying to get a PhD in the University of North Carolina, when he met a financial guru who wanted his input in the investment of natural resources. Badiali thought the plan was exciting as it involved going to mines and interviewing CEOs in large oil industries. It was not until 2017 that Banyan Hills Publishing began publishing his financial newsletter.
Matt Badiali says that what makes his newsletter engaging is because the information he offers is first hand. As a result, his readers can relate the advice he gives with real people and places. Badiali has traveled in numerous places like Mexico, Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Switzerland, Turkey, Singapore, and Peru among others. During these trips, he got to visit numerous mines and drilling gigs. He also got time to meet famous names in the industry like T. Boone Pickens and Ross Beaty. If he has to write about a place he has never visited before, he makes time to go the place to see that he gathers all the information.
Matt Badiali says that one way he ensures he stays productive is by focusing on one project at a time. He expl
ains that people are not like computers, and multitasking could lead to under-delivery. He, therefore, shuts down all the distractions to see that he offers quality to his clients.
One thing that Badiali believes that many people don’t agree with is that electric cars will take over the automotive industry. The cars will be of benefit industries like battery suppliers, software firms, and part manufacturers.
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