Matt Badiali is a leading expert in providing investment advice regarding the area of natural resources. He is the editor of S&A Source Report and publishes a monthly investment publication called Real Wealth Strategist though investment publishing house Banyan Hill Publishing. Matt is also a huge proponent of investors putting their money into Freedom Checks.
A freedom check is defined by Matt Badiali as “a dividend that is paid by one of two types of companies, either a Master Limited Partnership or a Royalty Trust.” Freedom checks trade the way that norman stocks trade. Freedom Checks are a massive trend in the area of natural resource investing and Matt has been spending a lot of time in recent years counseling investors on which Freedom Check providers are the best. He has some simple rules to live by in choosing which Freedom Check providers to do business with. Visit stockgumshoe.com to know more.
Matt Badiali’s Rules for Choosing a Freedom Check Provider:
– The first rule for choosing a Freedom Check provider is to only do business with company’s that have at least $1 billion in assets.
– The second rules Matt Badiali has is the only deal with companies that provide regular, large payments.
– Matt’s third rule is to only deal with companies that have built a well-established record of making their investors a lot of money.
– The fourth rule for Freedom Check investors in finding a provider is only deal with companies after seeing uncontestable evidence that the financials provided are completely legitimate. Read this article about Freedom Checks at Banyan Hill.
A Master Limited Partnership is a limited, publicly traded partnership that combines the tax benefit of a limited partnership while adding the liquidity of publicly traded securities. Royalty trusts are trusts that typically own natural resources such as oil or natural gas. It is required that an outside firm perform the operations of extracting the natural resources.