Investment has always been a risky undertaking. One can end up making a good profit or losing all their savings. Today with the number of scams on the internet it is likely that people are not ready to try new things as most of the times they are scams. Freedom Checks a new investment by Matt Badiali has been viewed with suspicion considering it promises high returns with very little work. Unlike most investment opportunities advertised online this one is genuine and legal. Matt Badiali is a geologist who combines his education and his knowledge of finance to help ordinary people make investments with good returns.
The United States has been working on reducing its dependence on foreign oil and the Fracking boom has made it possible for oil as well as gas to be produced in the country. So, local companies are likely to see increased profits in a few years. Investing in Freedom Checks means that one could benefit from a share in these profits. Matt Badiali research shows that there is a possibility of 39,832% profit for investors meaning that if one invests one thousand dollars they stand to make more than three hundred thousand. These high numbers are why the Freedom Checks may appear like a scam to the unenlightened few.
Master Limited Partnerships are companies that give up to 90% of their earning from the production of oil and gas to their investors. Certain companies give them to employees and distribute checks which are what Matt Badiali has chosen to name Freedom Checks. In the United States today there are 568 firms that issue checks to the investor either quarterly or monthly. They work a lot like dividends and are not taxed even when selling them returns are not taxed using the rates used for income but those used for capital gains which are lower. Freedom Checks are a great investment and Matt Badiali has made a lot of money investing in them.
About Matt Badiali
Matt has a bachelor’s degree in GeoScience from Penn State University and a masters degree in Earth Science from the Florida Atlantic University.