There are endless scams around nowadays. There are multi-level marketing schemes where the only people that make any real money are those at the top. There are endless “work from home” jobs where you end up stuffing envelopes for hours making likely less than a buck an hour doing so. The usual pitch is that you only have to work a few hours a week and you’ll make big bucks doing so.
Due to this fact, people will reflexively run away from anything that even smells a little weird or different. That is actually unfortunate, though, because they end up ignoring valid business ventures and other opportunities. People thought this about Matt Badiali and the “Freedom Checks” he was describing as a way to attain financial freedom. However, even though they sound too good to be true they are anything but a scam as it turns out.
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— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) September 22, 2018
Matt Badiali, a financial analyst who also has a background in geology, says that these have been around for a long time and many people have been earning money from them for years. His career has taken him all over the world as both a geologist and financial analyst. He says he won’t recommend that the readers of his Real Wealth Strategist invest in something unless he has personally seen it with his own eyes. He will physically visit oil fields, gold mines, and offices to make sure it’s a good investment.
Matt Badiali decided to call Master Limited Partnerships (MLP) “Freedom Checks” because it explains what they really are in a catchy way. Matt Badiali says that by law an organization in the oil & gas industry set up as an MLP must return all of their profits to their shareholders. This means you can get big checks deposited in your account on a regular, ongoing basis by investing in these types of organizations. He released a video about this that sounded too good to be true but as it turns out it is, in fact, the real McCoy.