An industry leader when it comes to showing readers how to invest profitably safely and more wisely, Banyan-Hill’s roster of experts have all earned their stripes in the investment field many times over, and no less can be said about Matt Badiali.

Early on, Matt Badiali worked his way from a Bachelors in Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences degree, to a Masters Geology/Earth Science degree. While actively pursuing his Ph.D in Sedimentary Geology, Badiali’s discernment in the scientific sector caught the attention of an industry leader, who approached him with the opportunity to travel and investigate various energy companies, to assess investment opportunities in natural resources, metals and energy.

Like a duck to water, Matt Badiali hopped aboard the investment train. He’s been using his science-fueled smarts to make investors bolder and better at it ever since. Recently, Matt Badiali made the bold assertion that one of the most undervalued metals, platinum, was slated to make a giant comeback.

Trend-watchers have been less than enthused about some metal activity lately, in part due to trade-war threats involving China, China being a huge consumer of raw metal ores. Though platinum is currently at a record low, demand for the metal is outstripping supply, which is a good sign for a boomerang back up in value. Additional factors that make platinum worthy of investors’ scrutiny include the fact that it’s more rare than gold, besides being an expensive metal to produce, making it likely that production will eventually slow and cause a greater need.

Besides its difficult to procure and produce, platinum has uses across the board in numerous industries, adding to its luster as an investment option. Badiali suggests metal investors looking to expand into platinum check out Sibanye-Stillwater, a responsible mining company that is also a major supplier to industrial manufacturers.

The supply and demand factors that make platinum a Matt Badiali pick to go for in 2018 should not be ignored. The former Duke University, Geology professor and Banyan Hill publishing pundit has spoken.

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