Matt Badiali: Gold As A Hedge Against Inflation

Posted on April 24, 2018 By

Whenever you think of a trained scientist, you would really think of an individual who produces some of the world’s best natural resource investment advice. Matt Badiali is an individual who meets this description. While he has worked for Banyan Hill Publishing Company and the investment advice industry for the majority of his career he is also a career academic. In fact, many years ago Matt Badiali probably would have never seen himself in the investment advice industry. He originally went to school and received his Bachelor’s degree in Earth sciences. He later received his Master’s degree in geology from Florida Atlantic University. He was in the process of pursuing further higher education at the University of North Carolina where he wished to receive his Ph.D. while he also taught classes in geology at the University whenever he was first contacted by an individual in the finance industry it was building a team of researchers. Follow Matt on Facebook.

This individual offered Matt Badiali a position on his research team that would allow Matt Badiali to travel the world in order to observe firsthand corporations operations in the quest to discover unique investment opportunities in the natural resources sector. He has since traveled the world and gained a significant insider knowledge into the natural resources and commodities markets. He has used this knowledge in order to create several investment advice columns that have generated readers significant returns on their investments over the years.

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Matt Badiali has recently stated that gold represents a great investment opportunity in current markets. However, in order to understand why it represents such a good opportunity at the current time, you must first understand a little about gold and money itself.

Gold is one of the most durable metals in existence, and almost all of the gold that has ever been mined is still around. This is due to gold being a relatively stable element. It does not rust, and it does not break down under natural conditions. Gold is one of the most common investments of all time and has been valuable since the dawn of human society. In bear markets whenever paper currency typically loses its value gold has been known to hold and even increase in value. The reason why is while there is potentially an infinite amount of paper currency created by the world’s government they are is and only ever will be a finite amount of gold in circulation. View Matt’s profile on Linkedin.

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