They are called an investment and it’s name is “Freedom Checks.” Apparently, companies are writing them as they engage in natural resources that they produce, store, process and transport in the U.S. The general focus is in the oil and gas industries. The fracking boom has created a overwhelming decline in Middle Eastern oil imports and a huge spike in gas and oil production. This allows U.S. businesses to make large profits in the following years where they will pay upwards of $34.6 billion to investors in the form of Freedom Checks for coming 12 months. Visit stockgumshoe.com to know more.
Matt Badiali discovered Freedom Checks in the first place. He studied natural resources for 20 years becoming a superior expert in the areas such as energy, mining and agriculture. While teaching geology at Duke University and then the University of North Carolina, he began traveling across the world. He went from Singapore, Yukon, Iraq, Mexican desert, Hong Kong then Papua New Guinea. During this time he produced a video about Freedom Checks that went viral. He explains the investment itself is born from the United States determination to get energy independence. Freedom Checks are in fact considered an investment because they trade like a stock and can raise in value. Read this article about Freedom Checks at Banyan Hill.
The Freedom Checks fall under the companies called Master Limited Partnerships. These MLPs go out and find new gas and oil wells, move them through a pipeline and refine all oil and gas coming from Bakken Shale, Marcellus Shale, the Permian Basin and large U.S. fields full of oil and gas. The key part to remember is that the companies must pay out at least 90 percent of their income directly to investors. This is what makes a Freedom Check. When it comes time to filing taxes, investors are exempt from paying taxes on them because they are look at as a return of capital not income. The law that makes this all possible is Statute 26-F. It says that a company can operate tax free is they are a designated agency.
Matt has recommended stocks such as Northern Dynasty and Park Drilling. Further, of the additional 15 stocks he does consider people invest in, 12 have gone up gaining 18%, two that are down only show a loss of -1.01% and -2.47%. He narrows down the Freedom Check providers to a couple rules. One, the company must have 1 billion or in-demand assets. The industry should be in the oil, gas, silver, gold or earth minerals. They also need proof showing they have enriched investors and large consistent payments.