Matt Badiali is an analyst, expert, and featured writer for Banyan Hill Publishing. His area of expertise is natural resources, and he uses his expertise as a geologist to create actionable projections for those investing in it. Matt Badiali has a bachelors, masters, and Ph.D in earth sciences. He not only taught the subject in college, but he served as a advisor for natural resource companies. As an analyst he marries his experience with his knowledge of the market, and creates reliable advice designed to net positive returns.
Matt Badiali’s work ethic is what sets him apart. He actually travels around the world to personally examine natural resource operations. He vets such operations and projects their success from what he sees. A firm believer in first-hand knowledge, Badiali collects as much as he can before making projections. This makes him a very trusted source, and also solidifies him aa an analyst always at the forefront of the market. Right now he has many recommendations pending. From the continuation of freedom checks, to futures in Canadian cannabis, to recent developments for silver.
— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) September 21, 2018
It is no secret that precious metals are suffering under the strain of technology. Virtual currency like Bitcoin is devaluing traditional coinage, and stiff competition from other ventures have metal values dropping. Matt Badiali also sites poor production results and lower yearly output as problems as well. These have caused silver to drop down to a level only experienced five times before in the past decade.
The low price make silver a cheap investment to make, but also a profitable one as the metal will eventually bounce back. As a metal silver is very useful for technological purposes. Green energy has a lot of uses for silver. Last year industrial purposes swallowed up most of the silver supply and that number will not change anytime soon. The last time silver fell down to a moderately cheap figure, it bounced back up by 38% in five months. Investors who buy silver right now can expect a similar increase. Matt Badiali projects the value may increase even higher with the rise of energy conservation.
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