Matt Badiali Examines Why Metal Industry Is A Profitable Paradise

Investors have lots of options when it comes to natural resources, says geologist and investment strategist, Matt Badiali. The race to produce the electric car will also be a race to grab the necessary metals for the rechargeable battery . The battery contains lithium ion cells that convert chemical energy into electrical energy; but lithium is not the only necessary element says Badiali. Different formulations with cobalt, manganese, nickel, aluminum are also needed.

The electric car boom has a lot to do with emissions. Electric cars have no combustion engine and no exhaust, they drive fumes-free. That’s the big advantage in the cities where cars are polluting the air with nitrogen oxides. Even modern gasoline engines need filters because they produce fine dust. The problem does not exist with electric cars. View Matt’s profile on Linkedin.

The influx of electric cars will increase the production of lithium, cobalt, nikel, and manganese by 100 times globally by year 2040. Matt Badiali says for investors, this ratio of high demand and low supply has a big advantage. Even in times of financial crises and fluctuating stock prices, the value of metals remains relatively stable.

Unlike gold, however, metals practical benefits to industry leave it bound to a certain extent to the current economic situation. The better the economy runs, the higher the demand for metals like copper, nikel, and lithium will be. And the current production volumes can also have a strong influence on the current price.

Badiali points out that in addition to trading in commodities, interested investors can also opt for shares of companies involved in the promotion of natural resources. While there are companies all over the world, smaller mines and exploration companies are the better choice as they benefit significantly from high prices in the metals market. Therefore, it is important – just like any other form of investment – to study the current prices and market developments accurately.

Recent years have shown that rare metals can make big profits says Matt Badiali, and emerging innovation is driving the demand up for metals. They are essential components for industry in the production and development of new technologies of the future.

For more than a decade, Matt Badiali has been offering his insight and advice in natural resources and investing opportunities. He earned his geology degree from Penn State, then a Master’s degree in Geosciences from Florida Atlantic University. Since graduating, he’s becoming a mine explorer, evaluator, analyst, and astute investor.

Badiali also writes and produces the Real Wealth Strategist online newsletter, published by Banyan Hill Publishing. Watch: https://interview.net/matt-badiali/

 

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