Matt Badiali has been talking up oil investments in recent articles of his Banyan Hill Newsletter. According to Badiali prices of oil internationally are going to continue to increase in 2019. Investors should care because XOP ETF is very undervalued. So much so that if the price surges stop XOP will still increase. If investors play their cards right than they could stand to make a sizable return.
Matt Badiali has been offering investment advice for years. A professional geologist with years of experience working for top-level oil companies, Badiali uses his knowledge to provide actionable projections for mid-level investors. Loyal readers of his newsletters, Real Wealth Strategist and Front Line Profits, are well aware that Badiali loves using ETFs to cheaply invest in petroleum as it reduces overall risk. As it is not a direct investment it can yield more and take away less. Read full interview of Matt at Inspirery.com.
The XOP Matt Badiali has been talking about is a stock market ticker. It represents SPDR S&P Oil and Gas Exploration and Production’s exchange-traded fund (ETF). According to Badiali the XOP is undervalued because it has not increased very much despite oil prices surging. Eventually, the fact that it is undervalued will be noticed and the XOP will be corrected. So an investor who buys into the XOP now will see their investment increase when the corrections are made.
Matt Badiali also believes that oil prices are going to skyrocket in 2019. This projection is the key push behind his Freedom Checks investment. Since 2017 Badiali has been speculation that oil prices will surge and that a lot will be experienced stateside. The cause is both geopolitical and macroeconomic factors. Any investor who buys in early can see their stock values skyrocket.
Badiali is also making the same claim about cannabis. In another series of his newsletter Real Wealth Strategist Badiali has been picturing what full legalization fo medical marijuana in the U.S. could do to current markets. As with oil, he is suggesting investors buy in early to enjoy success later on. No matter if it is oil or cannabis Badiali certainly sees a big year coming.