In investment circles Matt Badiali is a well known advisor. He is a respected writer for Banyan Hill Publishing with two popular newsletters, Real Wealth Strategist and Front Line Profits. Badiali is a geologist who offers hands on research in investment prospects. He travels all over the globe to personally interview CEOs and observe natural resource companies in action. This makes his investment advice very reliable as it comes from the source. If is from his extensive knowledge with the natural resource market, that he is currently advocating a new investment opportunity called freedom checks.
Freedom Checks are the stars of those sketchy looking commercials everyone has seen by now. They feature Badiali holding up a big check and claiming that the amount printed on it can be yours. It has all the markings of a scam, but the opportunity Badiali is talking about is a legitimate one. It is actually an investment in one of 568 natural resource companies the take advantage of a unique tax break. This break allows them to partake in a huge cut, and all they have to do is pay their stakeholders.
Freedom checks are actually MLPs, master limited partnerships. MLPs can be purchase for as low as $10 bucks, and they give the purchaser a stake in an actual natural resource company. These companies are involved in transportation of natural resources such as natural gas or oil, and can receive a significant tax break by paying stakeholders 90% of their revenue. This allows them to only be taxed on 10%, and provides a decent regulated payout to stakeholders. This would be the check Matt Badiali is holding, a monthly or quarterly payout to a stakeholder.
Freedom checks are simply an investment opportunity, one that Matt Badiali is offering to all who listen. Matt Badiali is an expert in finding investment opportunities, and freedom checks are just another part of his job. Despite the profits that can be made, the investment is an actual investment and functions as such. Meaning there is the possibility of no return at all. Based on Matt Badiali’s reputation that is highly unlikely.