One investment option that many had felt was originally a scam was Freedom Checks. Natural resource investor Matt Badiali took a lot of heat for first trying to enlighten the public about this exciting stock market strategy. Part of the reason there was so much doubt that he was promoting something legit was because his business ad seemed somewhat too unbelievable. Here was a man who promising people that they could receive a reliable income stream and avoid paying taxes to the IRS legally. After some scrutiny, it was revealed that Matt Badiali was promoting a decades-old investing strategy that has been kept a secret by some of the most intelligent investors out there.
The most important thing that the critics overlooked was that Matt Badiali is a geologist by training, and he was promoting a great investment strategy that involved investing in unique natural resource companies. Mr. Badiali worked his way to earning his Ph.D. from the University on North Carolina. He has traveled around the world and has observed numerous natural resource assets with his very own eyes and can determine whether the asset contains any value. Matt Badiali later took his geology training and combined it with finance. He has proven to be able to find successful natural resource investments that are extremely profitable. His reputation as a financial expert has grown, and many people follow his work
If investors want to earn Freedom Checks, they must first invest in one of the Master Limited Partnerships that is traded on the major US stock exchanges. According to Matt Badiali these companies are going to deliver unbeatable returns in the years to come. Many MLPs either produce, refine, or transport oil as part of their business operations. Oil production from some of the countries in the Middle East has been falling, while oil production in the US is on the rise. This trend may continue, and if it does, Mr. Badiali is predicting that MLPs will not only be more profitable but will be paying even higher Freedom Checks to prudent shareholders who make a commitment to invest.