Matt Badiali Revisits Failures and Successes

Matt Badiali, the Editor of Total Wealth Strategist, began his career in science – garnering his Bachelor of the Arts degree in earth science from Penn State University, as well as his Master of Science degree from Florida Atlantic University. It wasn’t until 2004 that he decided to shift his career toward investing. While attending The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Matt Badiali was approached by a friend who was seeking to develop new alternatives for investing that would serve the average investor, and due to his extensive knowledge of geology, Mr. Badiali’s friend felt that he would be a top candidate. Over the next few years, Matt Badiali further developed his understanding of investing, and as he combined it with his geological skillset, formed a unique expertise that was essential in success regarding natural resources, energy, and metals investments.

Since joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2017, the Editor of Total Wealth Strategist has garnered a substantial fan base, and he believes that the connection with his audience was founded on his research, which often takes a “boots on the ground” approach, as well as his ability to interweave real-world examples in his articles. This consistent hands-on approach has led him to a number of countries around the world, including Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Haiti, Hong Kong, and Switzerland. He maintains that his commitment to reading is critical to his progress as an investor and as a writer for Banyan Hill Publishing, so he is constantly reading throughout the day, often focusing on publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Mining Journal, and Bloomberg. Many of the trends that he needs to remain aware of are occurring on the opposite side of the map, so the only way to constantly stay abreast of the rapidly changing market is to search as many reputable news outlets as possible. Check more reviews at For Exceptional Investors about Matt Badiali

While Matt Badiali has experienced his fair share of failures, as that is unavoidable in his business, he has mostly seen success, due in part to his diligence regarding maintaining focus, but also because he has maintained the practice of giving his clients more than they ask for. By overdelivering, he constantly grows his clientele because his consistency keeps them satisfied. In the instances that he has failed, he admits that he was wrong about a few stocks, but he was able to mitigate the damage by discovering the failure as soon as possible, and instead of dragging out the process, accepting the mistake and moving on. Learn more about Matt Badiali and his newsletter “Real Wealth Strategist” here:

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