Matt Badiali went to Penn State University where he obtained a B.S in earth sciences from and later joined Florida Atlantic University for his master’s degree in Geology. He spent five years at the University of North Carolina studying his Ph.D. until 2004 when he was introduced to finance by a friend. His friend at that particular time had a Ph.D. in finance and asked Matt Badiali to help him create methods of investing of average investors. His friend saw that Matt’s experience and knowledge as a scientist would easily blend and bring value to his investment project.
Since then Matt Badiali developed an interest in helping people identify the best investment opportunities. His interest in investment was backed by his childhood memories when he used to see his father struggle with different kinds of investment methods. He writes informative articles on how to successfully invest in metals, natural resources, and energy.
Several years later Badiali launched his newsletter, Real Wealth Strategist with Banyan Hill in May 2017 and immediately began building a huge following of readers who are always eager to hear about his recommendations regarding the stock market and different other investment opportunities.
Where did you get the idea of Startup Newsletter?
Writing newsletters about investing in natural resources is not something easy. It requires skills and a deep understanding of finance, science, and companies. I am lucky that I am a scientist by profession and that together with the business experience have been an instrument to my success. Follow Matt Badiali on Twitter
How does your typical day look like?
I usually wake up at 6:30 a.m. to see my daughters to school. After that, I take my coffee while perusing the day’s headlines. By 8.00 a.m. I am at my office and spend about two to three hours writing.
How do you generate new ideas?
I normally use past experiences to synch with my readers. I come up with real-life experiences which make my writing appear lively to my readers.
What one habit that makes you productive?
I am used to focusing on one important task at a time. I know how to block distractions
and focus on a specific thing.
Is there anything you regret doing?
Yes, there are some investment choices I made which if given a chance would revert.
What strategy has helped you grow your business?
Deliver more than expected. Always offer your clients more than they ask you. If you can give free service once in a while, do it.
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