Since the early 2000s, gold production worldwide has peaked, however, according to geologist and natural resource analyst, Matt Badiali, many personal investors fail to take advantage of the opportunities.
“Everyone debates whether or not to add gold to their portfolios, but then you hear about the one percent of the wealthiest investors purchasing gold shares. Then you wonder, if them, why not me,” says Matt Badiali. For centuries, gold has benefited from its safe haven status. It has also benefited from the depreciation of the dollar. Without a doubt, the appetite of the main buyers of gold never fades away. Read the Q&A session with Matt on Frontline Profits Live.
Badiali, founder of online newsletter, The Real Wealth Strategist says the profitability of gold mining companies have been even better than expected. The world’s largest producers of gold are China, Australia, the United States and Russia and South Africa, although many mines have experienced declining reserves, and are nearing a close. But the industry is booming and its very easy to buy shares, especially by utilizing ETFs.
Although a decline in production is imminent, demand and extractions will remain strong, especially since manufacturers still require gold. “And not every gold mine is declining in extractions,” says Badiali. China, Uzbekistan, Russia, Mexico, and Peru, to name a few, all have stable mining extractions. Badiali’s job as a geology/natural resources analyst is to conducting fundamental research and value potential acquisition opportunities.
For more than two decades, Matt Badiali has been reviewing and analyzing natural resources, including gold mining. Well known, and respected, Badiali has established a reputation as a dependable source of judgement, helping clients with good insight into the natural resources industry. Read more at PRNewswire about Matt Badiali.
Badiali is currently a geologist/analyst at Stansberry & Associates where he uses his expertise to forecast market demand, and empower clients with investing opportunities. Prior to his current position, Badiali worked at Lemenze Environmental Drilling Company. Aside from his day job, he writes tirelessly for The Real Wealth Strategist, published by Banyan Hill Publishing, as well as The Stansberry Research Report, with a focus on precious metals and natural resources in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.