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Matt Badiali

Stansberry Research

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Matt Badiali is the editor of the S&A Resource Report, a monthly investment advisory that focuses on natural resources, including silver, uranium, copper, natural gas, oil, water and gold. He is a regular contributor to Growth Stock Wire, a free pre-market briefing on the day's most profitable trading opportunities. Badiali has experience as a hydrologist, geologist and consultant to the oil industry. He holds a Master's degree in geology from Florida Atlantic University.




Recent Interviews

Russia Invaded Crimea and These US Energy Companies Made a Killing: Stansberry Research's Matt Badiali Shares O&G Investing Strategies (4/10/14) Don't put all your investments in one stock, warns S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali. In this interview with The Energy Report, he shares a basket of companies that are extracting higher margins with ever-evolving shale drilling methods. Find out about his top tenbagger opportunities at home, in the so-called new science and factory shales, as well as his favorites in the far reaches of Kurdistan, where an eventual takeover draft looks likely.

Matt Badiali's Insider Tips from the Energy Fronts in Kurdistan and Tuscaloosa (1/2/14) How can investors get exposure to the hottest new oil and gas plays without getting burned by conflict premiums abroad or regulatory hurdles in North America? Fresh off three months of travelling the globe, S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali shares his insights with The Energy Report readers on how to go where no one else wants to be and make a lot of money doing it.

Matt Badiali: Why Bill Powers Is Dead Wrong (5/23/13) Is this a great time to be an energy investor? It definitely is, according to Matt Badiali, editor of the S&A Resource Report. "You can make a lot of money, unless you're Bill Powers," he says in this interview with The Energy Report. Badiali discusses the true potential for U.S. natural gas, as well as what type of energy really gets him excited.

Recent Quotes

"WZR found oil, vetted it and now has a permit to produce it. That pushes it up into the No. 1, No. 2 draft pick area." (4/10/14) WesternZagros Resources Ltd. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"I was very impressed by WZR; the company is educated on the region, which is critical to success." (1/2/14) WesternZagros Resources Ltd. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"The conservative uranium bet is to go with companies making money at current prices. That's FCU." (5/23/13) Fission Uranium Corp. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"Uranium producers like EFR are going to start popping up on people's radar screens." (5/23/13) Energy Fuels Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"AMM has an ongoing discovery in Mexico and a ton of cash." (4/8/13) Almaden Minerals Ltd. - The Gold Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"PVG has a fantastic deposit run by one of the most successful explorers out there." (4/8/13) Pretium Resources Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"I will definitely look at EFR." (1/24/13) Energy Fuels Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

"Now that we have established the trend, we will start to look at exploration plays like UAX." (1/24/13) Athabasca Uranium Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

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"DML did a good job acquiring FIS, a junior exploration company with a nice discovery in the Athabasca Basin." (1/24/13) Fission Energy Corp. - The Energy Report Interview with Matt Badiali Moreá>

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