Matt Badiali: Invest in the Oil Industry

Matt Badiali is the leading natural resource expert for Banyan Hill Publishing Company where he works as the leading editor for his advice based newsletter Real Wealth Strategist. He originally began his career in academics and was in the process of undergoing work for his Ph.D. whenever he was first recruited into the finance industry. Since becoming a member of the finance industry, Matt Badiali has had the opportunity to travel the world in search of unique investment opportunities. He believes that the best way to discover these opportunities is by seeing the operations firsthand. Follow Matt on

He also posts periodically on several blogs in regards to potential investment opportunities the particular focus on the natural resource and commodities markets. Matt Badiali has recently posted about the recent surge in oil prices of oil that has been produced domestically within the borders of the United States of America. Historically speaking from the years 2000 until 2010 the exports of fossil fuels produced domestically within the United States grew by 160%. Today in 2018 it has grown even higher thanks to recent developments in parts of Texas and other areas of the country in the production of shale oil.

Shale typically produces a light sweet crude oil that is sent abroad in order to be further refined into usable products. The two largest importers of domestically produced oil from the United States of America are Mexico and Canada who combined purchase nearly 400 million barrels of oil from the United States annually.


This large demand shows that there is plenty of investment opportunity in the domestic production of oil within the United States of America. Matt Badiali has been a large proponent of investment and domestically produced oil and has even released a viral video where he discusses an investment opportunity that he refers to as Freedom Checks.

Freedom Checks are the regular payouts from oil companies in the United States of America that operate under the tax classification of master limited partnerships. The income that you received from these regular payouts is treated as a return of capital and as such is only subject to the much lower capital gains rate of tax instead of the personal income tax that other forms of investment are subject to.

Matt Badiali also writes that another area of investment in the oil industry is the refining of oil. As the market for exports grows so will the market for oil refineries. Follow Matt Badiali on


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