Matt Badiali is an experienced geologist and investment consultant. He has over twenty years working experience that have been marked with great achievements and discovery. He has dedicated his career to research on various natural resources. Many who have interacted with him and those that benefit from his writings admire Matt’s expertise. He believes in continuous research to discover new uses of materials and unveil future trends in investment.
Matt attended Penn State University where he attained a BS in Earth Sciences. He proceeded to Florida Atlantic University to undertake a Masters in Geology. He started his career working at an oil drilling company where he gained skills through directing and observing a team tasked with the drilling. He took keen interest in overseeing the process to identify important issues that arose. He was able to acquire great expertise and become a seasoned geologist.
Matt later worked as an environmental consultant for various companies that helped him gain his status as an investment consultant. He has acquired extensive skills in consulting having worked with big companies and advised individuals on investment in natural resources. Matt has also built a network of individuals and companies who have propelled his career forward. He is able to accomplish his research exercises with the help of great teams of experts and companies that have supported his ventures.
Matt is an editor at Banyan Publishing where he offers investment advice to readers on metals and other natural resources. The company was delighted to have him join their team. Matt expressed his joy for being part of a company that supports his work by providing the necessary resources to conduct research and facilitate his travels. He has written many articles on metals that will be in high demand in future and the industries that are likely to need high supply.
The medium.com has a pool of articles that are geared towards investment. Matt shares his insights on the best opportunities to investors. He wrote an article on why investors should own platinum. In his view, the prices of palladium would not decline hence investors would be better off investing in platinum since both metals have the same role in automobile industry. In another article on copper, Matt encourages investment in the metal due to the use of electric vehicles. He notes that the anticipated high demand of electric vehicles will accelerate the demand of copper.