Matt Badiali is a financial analyst who specializes in picking natural resource companies to invest in. He studied to become a geologist and he was able to travel all over the world inspecting the legitimacy of natural resource assets of large corporations. He learned from many CEOs the business side of natural resource investing and he has since taken his knowledge and has helped average investors make substantial rates of return on his stock suggestions. Matt Badiali achieved more fame within the investment community when he introduced “Freedom Checks” to the investing public. One of his investing philosophies that he sticks by is that an investor should examine an investment firsthand before committing money into the investment option.
Due to his extensive background as a geologist, Matt Badiali specializes in resource companies. He has recently been paying close attention to major Chinese mining companies and how they are aggressively trying to acquire numerous mineral properties all over the globe. The metals in these mineral properties are necessary to produce electric vehicles. While it seems the US is less enthusiastic about the electric vehicle lately, China is bullish on the long-term fundamentals regarding the electric vehicle and how it should make huge waves in the auto industry in the years to come.
Base metals started the year strong but have recently lost steam. Base metals have faced some resistance because there are some speculators who are questioning the outlook of the global economy. A slow global economy will cause demand for base metals to drop. The trade war between China and the US could damage both economies. There are economic problems in the emerging markets that could also hinder the demand for base metals. Matt Badiali understands the mining industry and he believes that the fundamentals for the electric vehicle are still very strong. He sees a bright future for electric vehicles. He believes that the Chinese mining companies are strategically positioning themselves for the future demand growth in this industry. The Chinese government is pushing for the electric vehicle to be a portion of all auto sales. This requirement is further giving confidence to the Chinese mining industry.
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— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) September 22, 2018