Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks are the Newest Investment From a Very Reliable Source

Freedom Checks are the newest investment offering from guru Matt Badiali, but they are hardly the first. A respected expert in investment circles, Badiali has been offering investors actionable advice for years. He currently serves as an editor for Banyan Hill Publishing, helming newsletters Front Line Profits and Real Wealth Strategist. He is also the source behind Freedom Checks, the awkwardly marketed investment opportunity advertised on television. But who exactly is Matt Badiali, and what about him makes him such a lauded source of investment information?

Matt Badiali is a financial analyst with a geology degree. The degree is a master’s from Florida Atlantic University. It is the follow up to his bachelor’s in science from Penn State. As a geologist Badiali can use a hands-on approach to rate natural resource companies. SO he does. Armed with a go-anywhere attitude Matt Badiali travels the world to gain insider information for investment purposes. He observes the gathering processes of each business, the mining or drilling, and looks for red flags. The investment information he gives is directly from the source, gardened from a boots-on-the-ground look at the very business itself.

This makes him a very informed and reliable source of investment information. So what is the deal with scammy-looking freedom check commercials? Mainly that has to do with the production company hired to film the commercials. Freedom Checks themselves are a legitimate investment.

Freedom checks are payouts for stakeholders that invest money in natural resource companies who deal in transportation of goods. Such companies are offered tax advantage that allows them to operate like tax-free entities. But in order to do that they have to meet some parameters. First and foremost they have to be involved in the transportation of natural gas, oil, or coal. Secondly, they have to allocate 90% of their profit to stakeholders. This allows them the perk of only having 10% of their revenue taxed. By purchasing a stake in such a business, every time they make a payment a percentage will come to you.