Many investors feel that they can’t find an edge in the markets. Now, one analysts is gaining fans for his unique ability to find special investment opportunities. That analyst, Matt Badiali, is helping tens of thousands of investors find ways to generate income and profit in any market condition.

So who exactly is Matt Badiali? Well, Mr. Badiali is a trained geologist who has spent the last several decades studying the commodities market. Mr. Badiali’s geology training allows him to see things other analysts gloss over. For instance, Mr. Badiali is known for being able to analyze a drilling company by merely studying the drill crew and their ability to produce.

When Matt Badiali is not visiting energy companies in Singapore, Haiti, Turkey and Hong Kong, he is working in his home office, composing his newsletters. Today, Mr. Badiali is an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. His newsletters, Real Wealth Strategist&Front Line Profits, are required reading for investors who want to get ahead in the commodities market.

In a recent interview with Inspirery, Matt Badiali revealed research process and emerging trends that excite him. Early in the interview, Mr. Badiali talked about his workday. Mr. Badiali usually begins his mornings at about 6:45 AM and prepares his kids for the school day. By 8:30 AM, Mr. Badiali is in front of his computer at his home office. For the next 12 to 14 hours, Mr. Badiali reviews his research and composes his newsletters to his investors.

Later on in the interview, Mr. Badiali talked about recent market trends that excite him. One of those trends include the increase in energy efficiency. Mr. Badiali envisions a day when energy sources, like kerosene, become a thing of the past.

From the oil producers to gas transport companies, Matt Badiali has explored more areas of the commodities market than just about anyone else. And his decades of experience has informed his popular newsletters. As he enters his next decade of research, Mr. Badilai will seek to continue to find untapped opportunities in the commodities market.