Even with all the regulation to protect investors, the financial world has had its share of fraud and scandals. There are also many people who claim to have a trading system with an absurd accuracy rating and one only must pay a small fee for endless riches. After trying every opportunity with no success, many investors will tend to shy away from investments with enormous profit potential. One such investment that many considered a fraud was “Freedom Checks”. Matt Badiali was the man who was relentlessly promoting this investment opportunity and after a while, it finally caught on that this was a legitimate way to make fantastic gains in the market. It is unfortunate that many people who heard about this investment probably decided not to research “Freedom Checks” and discover why they have the potential to be huge gainers for investors.
Matt Badiali is a financial advisor who specializes in natural resource stocks due to his background as a geologist. Upon stepping into the world of finance, he learned that the companies that paid Freedom Checks to their investors were “Master Limited Partnerships”. He learned that the federal government did not require these companies to pay federal income taxes if they paid ninety percent of their profits to their shareholders. Shareholders can earn a higher distribution from MLPs than they can from other dividend-paying stocks. Also, an investor does not have to pay taxes on the “Freedom Checks” they receive.
Matt Badiali is predicting good times for MLPs and investors wise enough to take advantage of the gains they can make from these companies. Many MLPs are oil and gas related companies and Mr. Badiali believes that the current trend for energy independence in the US will only drive the profits of these companies higher, which will result in higher payouts for shareholders. This will also mean higher share prices for the MLPs, meaning that the investor will profit from stock appreciation as well. Investors should understand that “Freedom Checks” are not a government program. There are hundreds of companies that meet the criteria to be classified an MLP and they are listed on the major stock exchanges.