In addition to his top-rate work as the editor of the Real Wealth Strategist at Banyan Hill Publishing, Matt Badiali regularly contributes interesting articles to the Medium website.
When China’s demand for commodities goes up, it usually sends prices up too. That’s great news for investors in this specific commodity . . .#copper #commodities #china #trade #imports #banyanhill $scco $FCXhttps://t.co/PIl360ekL8
— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) December 12, 2017
Being highly skilled as both a financial analyst and a geologist gives Matt Badiali valuable insights into the energy, agricultural and mining industries. As part of his research work, Mr. Badiali has traveled to many locations around the world, and his work has been presented at prominent geologic conferences.
As an expert in the field of natural resource investments, Mr. Badiali is known for finding profitable investment opportunities within the field. Due to his expertise in the subject, Matt Badiali has also been a teacher of geology at the University of North Carolina and Duke University.
In a recent Medium article about food costs, Matt Badiali mentions how the cost of the average Thanksgiving dinner in 2017 was calculated to be at a five-year low. From his perspective, Mr. Badiali attributes much of the price decrease to oil prices.
According to a new U.S. Farm Bureau survey, the price of turkey is six percent lower than last year, and that has helped to lower the cost of Thanksgiving dinners. In this informative Medium article, Mr. Badiali explains how oil price changes can affect grain prices, which in turn can affect the price of turkeys. Read more at streetwisereports.com to know more about Matt Badiali
More than six billion pounds of turkey meat is expected to be consumed in America this year, and the average price tag for a 16-pound turkey was approximately $22. The lower grain costs caused farmers to produce more turkeys, which contributed to the drop in price.
The price of corn has likewise dropped this year, due to a very large harvested crop. Mr. Badiali says that it is supply and demand, and not the grain costs that set the costs of items such as the turkey and the corn. More info at Talk Markets.
Matt Badiali is a financial and geological professional who maintains a hands-on approach to his work and research. With his decades of experience in the natural resource industry, Mr. Badiali consistently provides readers with useful information that may turn out to be quite lucrative.