Naturally occurring minerals play a significant role in the global economy, and they have created a suitable market that enables people to gain a lot of profit from the mining venture. Matt Badiali is an expert in the mining of the natural resources, and he has specialized in analyzing the market trends. With over twenty years of experience in interpreting the natural resources market, Matt has become a guru in this sector.
Having a graduated with a degree in geology, Matt has extensive knowledge that is typically required in determining the industry’s potential, through understanding the value of the natural resources as well as the cost of mining. Matt Badiali was involved in teaching at the University of North Carolina, before he started specializing in financial analysis through the help of a close friend. The investor had for a long time been interested in the energy sector, and he always knew that a geologist was a significant figure in energy production and the related affairs.
His career has landed him in big companies that deal with the mining and manufacturing of energy resources. Matt has for a long time concentrated in analyzing the oil fields that are under operation besides assessing core samples from the gold mines. Since energy resources are found in different parts of the world, Matt’s career has given him the opportunity to travel to various places, and he believes that the mining sector offers a better pay than teaching.
When Matt travels, he focuses on going to places where mining of precious metals is being undertaken. As a result, he has managed to make friends with executives in the oil mining industry. Matt associates well with experts in the mining sector as this helps him to gain knowledge on the latest discoveries and trends in mining. Matt has previously worked for Stansberry and Associates, but now he has shifted, and he is working with Banyan Hill.
Recently, Matt recently predicted that the demand and price of copper are set to rise higher. Therefore, he advises investors to purchase more of the mineral since the use of copper in the world has spiked, and as the products associated with metal continue to be manufactured in massive numbers, then does the demand for the raw material increase. According to his analysis, the price of copper is likely to grow by 46% in the next three years.
— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) November 14, 2017