Matt Badiali Shines When It Comes To Natural Resources

Matt Badiali knows a thing or two about the world of natural resources and how to investment them. He combined them in the best way with his newsletter Real Wealth Strategist. How is he able to do this? When he joined Banyan Hill Publishing company in 2017, Mr. Badiali created his successful newsletter. It covers natural resources, oil, energy, metals, and much more. The chief resource investment expert brings his ideas to life by bringing his audience on a journey. Not any journey, but the story of the financial expert’s life experiences, especially when it comes to traveling across the globe to see these natural resources in action.

Matt Badiali has been to Hong Kong, Haiti, Switzerland, and many more countries. He will probably continue to be a globe trotter into old age. Mr. Badiali is on top of the latest news when it comes to the science/natural resource. The rapid change of energy consumption has captured his interest. It’s primarily what energy sources people use and how it’s changing. Out with the old and in with the new. The other fascinating part of our changing energy use is how the world will use batteries on a major scale in the near future. Some batteries can power a whole town or city.

Matt Badiali has worked in the field of science in many different ways. He is a geologist/analyst at Stansberry Research. Matt has also taught geology at the University of North Carolina. In addition, Mr. Badiali worked as an environmental geologist in Miami, Florida. It was his worst and most dangerous job to date. He recalls the experience very well. To break it down, Matt Badiali had to gather contaminated dirt and water samples. Needless to say, this propelled him to continue his education and get a Ph.D at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Previously to earning his Ph.D, Mr. Badiali earned a BS in earth sciences and geology at Pennsylvania State University. Then he earned his Master’s degree in the same major from Florida Atlantic University. Matt Badiali currently lives in Delray Beach, Florida with his family.

JD.com Continues to Invest In Their Business

JD.com does not stop moving as quickly as possible, year after year they have been proving that they will continue to be a strong e-commerce market player as is evidenced by their different strategic moves. Year after year they continue to invest their earnings into their business and use it to grow their business, they keep proving to investors that they are invested for the long-haul. If Jingdong continues on the current path it is certain to add to their cash base and will likely a significant store of value as a long-term asset. Their recent quarterly earnings were quite promising and their announcements don’t seem to slow down on a quarterly basis either. Let us take a look at a few of their recent announcements.

Jingdong and the Farfetch Connection

Jingdong will continue to stick with its specialties and move forward with branching out with partners who are more focused and specialized in a specific business vertical. As most JD.com investors would know, a few of the most valuable aspects of Jd.com is that of their real estate possessions, their platform, their logistics, and their treasure trove of immense data that they have collected over the years. These different components provide them with significant value and have contributed to the rise of the revenues on a regular basis. The value of the JD.com platform is evidenced by the Farfetch connection.

First, in a strategic move, Jingdong invested in Farfetch, it is one of the strongest shareholders in the company, second, Jingdong partnered with Farfetch to launch their brand, Toplife in 2017.  They relied on their partnerships with people like Farfetch to enter the luxury market in a more concentrated manner and thwart the creeping of competitors such as Alibaba who has launched their own luxury-focused segment. JD.com is able to provide Farfetch with its platform, and provide the brand with the treasure trove of data JD.com has compiled over the past few years. JD.com and Farfetch seem like they are headed in the right direction as incomes rise and more individuals are able to spend and purchase luxury items. They are laying down the foundation to be powerful consumer-centric brands in the near future.