Natural resources are what makes the world go round. They help heat people’s homes, create energy for the world, and essentially are the backbone of everything. Matt Badiali has always been fascinated with science and natural resources. He studied them in college and now is using his knowledge to help average Americans invest in them. In 2017, Mr. Badiali created Real Wealth Strategist to inform others of the world’s resources.
This newsletter was a perfect culmination of all of Matt’s experience, background, skill, education, etc. Educating people on natural resources takes a range of skills including a background in science, finance, markets, and so much more. Luckily for Matt, he has those skills. He earned a Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in geology and earth science from Penn State University and Florida Atlantic University. This would not be the end of his education. Matt Badiali earned a Ph.D in sedimentary geology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Real Wealth Strategist covers investments in oil, energy, natural resources, metals, and so much more. Each newsletter covers smart investments that Mr. Badiali himself has researched and learned a lot about. The financial expert takes his work very seriously and goes above and beyond the call of duty. Matt Badiali has traveled to countries like Hong Kong, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, and many more to see the natural resources he recommends in person. This have given him a more grounded and deep understanding of these resources.
With that being said, Matt brings his audience on a journey. Through his travels, experience, and knowledge, the financial expert weaves a story why certain resources are good to invest in. It is not just a nice idea, Mr. Badiali’s investment recommendations yield real results. Double and triple digit gains are regularly made through these stock picks. There a trend on the rise that has got the attention of Matt Badiali. The change of energy use is going to change the world. From oils to electricity, the change will bring a more environmentally friendly approach that will help tremendously. Mr. Badiali is excited for this change and how it will impact the world.
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Jacob Gottlieb, the founder and former CIO of the now defunct Visium Asset Management, is today the head of Altium Capital. Visium fell via a scandal that did not involve Gottlieb. Gottlieb first entered adult life by earning his B.A. in Economics from Brown University and then his M.D. from NYU Medical School. It was during his medical internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital that he decided that a career in finances was the way for him to go so after his internship we worked toward and in 2001 was awarded the Certified Financial Analyst designation.
After this designation, he filled several financial positions over the next few years. His career really took off during his time with Balyasny Asset Management. In 2005, he left Balyasny to co-found Visium with several friends and family members. Gottlieb played an instrumental role in helping the group raise $300 million in seed money. Visium would go on to be so successful that at its peak it would manage around $8 billion, 170 employees, and offices in New York, London, and San Francisco. This growing success ended after three of its employees were charged and convicted of securities mismarking and insider trading.
Visium might have continued, but the scandal cause so much panic and chaos among investors and employees alike that Gottlieb made the hard decision to shut down operations completely. But Gottlieb was not to stay down for long. Altium is showing just as much promise as Visium. At the present time Visum shares New York City office space with Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Sellas Life Sciences. All three companies are recognized as having very probable huge impacts on future culture. Gottlieb is also an active investor in both Oramed and Sellas. He is very optimistic about the futures of all three of his investments.