Matt Badiali is dedicated to bringing investment opportunities to the public. It is actually his job. As a investment analyst for Banyan Hill Publishing, Badiali is charged with keeping tabs on the natural resource market. His secret is that he pays attention to numbers, and knows what the outcome of those numbers mean. He realizes that a drop in Middle East oil means a rise in U.S. oil. This also brings more profit to U.S. based oil and natural gas companies. This means investing in such companies will yield good returns. Very simple and straightforward if you know what to look for. Such investments are even sweeter considering many natural resource companies use MLPs. Read more at Agora News about Freedom Checks.
Badiali has talked about MLPs often, in commercial for what he calls freedom checks. Freedom checks are actually master limited partnerships. These are percentage stakes that resource companies sell investors to generate capital. Freedom Checks also qualify such companies for huge tax exemptions. As a large amount of companies take part in these perks, over 500 according to Badiali, there is a huge mass of money about to be available. This money comes from a statue that requires said companies to dispense 90% of their revenue to stakeholders. As over 500 companies are taking part that released profit will total in the billions of dollars. Investors who have purchased stakes will get a percentage of this huge payout. The payout will also be influenced by the rise in U.S. oil consumption. According to Badiali, this is due to recent legislation that changed the dynamic. As the U.S. moves away from Middle East oil more money will surge into U.S. oil. Badiali projects this in his commercials, which is why he merits freedom checks will be worth so much.
MLPs are legitimate investments. They operate much like a stock but do not require the parent company to be publicly traded. The stakes sold to the public have no controlling interest and are only for investment purposes. Participating companies have to divvy out the profit to stakeholders before taxes are take, so the investment will yield a monthly to quarterly payout. These payouts are freedom checks. Read this article at metropolismag.com.