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Ask Geologist and investment advisor, Matt Badiali what to invest in right now and he’s super excited about Gold Mining. Badiali runs a newsletter, Real Wealth Strategist, at Banyan Hill Publishing, where he alerts investors on new and upcoming opportunities. According to Matt Badiali, Gold is rising and we’re right in the midst of an upward trend.
There are many ways to invest in gold: Investors can physically buy gold coins or bars, bet on the gold price via certificates or ETCs, or buy gold mining stocks. Matt Badiali is a 20-year veteran who forsees the opportunities of investing in natural resources. In an article, published on medium.com, Badiali points out how investors can make huge gains with investments in natural resources. Badiali says whether it’s lithium or gold, natural resources are at the heart of all productions. The pool of natural resources you can invest in grows as the world’s population needs more of these resources. Follow Matt Badiali on Twitter.
Gold Is Hot Right Now
Gold has become one of the most popular forms of investing, and precious metals have seen an uplift lately. Investing in gold has historically led to a positive return. For example, from 1968 to 2016, precious metals rose from about $35 an ounce to around $1,300 an ounce. This certainly corresponds to a respectable return, which has led to more Americans investing in gold than ever before. After all, gold not only has the reputation of being a protection against inflation but also a crisis currency.
Badiali points out, there are a number of reasons to invest in natural resources, like global infrastructure, rising incomes, and commodities act as valuables today. Not to mention, these investments help diversity portfolios.
Gold is and remains a commodity, dependant on the relationship between supply and demand, which has become increasingly lucrative due to rising gold prices.
Through YouTube, and his Banyan Publishing newsletter, Matt Badiali guides his followers through market changes to the best natural resources investments. Matt attended Penn State University, earning a Bachelor’s in Geosciences, then attending Florida Atlantic University, earning his Master’s in Geology. He currently works at Stansberry Research as a Geologist/Analyst.
Matt Badiali provides helpful articles, videos and answers, and you can keep up to date with his latest recommendations on his newsletter, Facebook, or Linkedin site.