Recap of Article 1 (thenewsversion.com)
According to an article published on thenewsversion.com, Matt Badiali is one of Banyan Hill’s expert investment advisors. To me, this means people respect his judgement, and his future plans with regards to where they may or may NOT invest their money. The article also goes on to say that he has studied geology extensively in an academic capacity, and his travels abroad were not simply for pleasure. He uses the things he has learned from traveling, and his knowledge about geology to create a unique fusion… Geology, and investing. Crunchbase.com also states that he has worked as an analyst/geologist for Stansberry Research in 2005.
Because of his knowledge about geology thenewsversion.com claims he is a valuable resource advisor for metals, and other natural resources. Matt Badiali had offered very precious information about the rising cost of oil according to the article. Although contemporaries, and competition alike were against his views about the rising cost of oil in the years to come, they are beginning to think differently. I think they will take his opinion much more seriously in the future. As it turns out his predictions are beginning to come true… Read more at prnewswire.com to know more.
Recap of Article 2 (reporterexpert.com):
According to an article published on reporterexpert.com,Matt Badiali Believes Oil Prices Could Exceed $100 a Barrel in the Near Term. He has studied trends of cultures, and civilizations, and I think that his understanding of the way oil is being exported out of specific areas of the world will help investors to make better decisions. If anything, learning about why one is investing a certain way is very important. This article published on reporterexpert.com is a good place to look at what is happening with oil. They explore wide varieties of outcomes, and talk about geo-political stances affecting the way investors should react. The most shocking and revelatory sentence I found was said by Matt Badiali himself… His quote… “A high proportion of Saudi Arabia’s oil exports move through the Bab al-Mandeb Strait, and the rebels may be able to hit oil tankers traversing through this bottleneck. If Yemen’s conflict escalates to new levels, Riyadh’s reduced ability to export oil could lead to a major surge in oil prices. Is he justified in his beliefs about oil? It is up to the investor to decide.