Matt Badiali graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Earth Science. He then went on to Florida Atlantic University where he completed an M.S. in Geology. Five years were then spent working on a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina. It was here, that Matt Badiali was introduced to finance. His friend had a finance Ph.D. and realized the need for Matt’s knowledge in geology and science to cultivate investing methods. Matt is now very renowned in the investment industry. He openly talks about his startup ideas, a typical day, how to bring ideas to life, his learning experiences, business strategies, and what he would redo if he could.
Since 2004, Matt has been in finance. He is easily able to write newsletters for his startup because of his background in science, finance, companies, and markets. He got into this field to help average people and assist them in investing. Much like he did for his parents.
Matt’s day starts early in the morning. By 8 a.m. he is typically in his office. There he spends a couple hours writing. After lunch, he spends some time in meetings, taking phone calls, and reading. When writing, he likes to draw from his experiences to take his readers on a journey. As a geologist, he spent years traveling to places such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Haiti, Switzerland, Turkey, Papua New Guinea, Iraq, and Peru. Visit ideamensch.com to know more about Matt Badiali
Changes to an electric-centric world is a trend that Matt finds very intriguing. The worst job he had was working in Miami as an environmental geologist. The work was dangerous and dirty. He often thinks that interning would have been a better way to go. Matt has also had his share of bad investments. He advises selling it, and moving on. In the automobile industry, there is a shift to electric cars. He suggests this is the next big business to be in.
Matt Badiali is the senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He is considered an expert in agriculture, energy, and mining businesses. Matt spends much time in meetings with precious metal experts, resource investors, and CEOs of mining companies. He stays up to date on all of these technologies in order to maintain his large amount of knowledge, and help his readers with investment opportunities. Read more on Talk Markets:http://www.talkmarkets.com/member/Matt-Badiali/