Archives: November 2018

Matt Badiali Has a Unique Perspective on Investing

Matt Badiali’s career began in a rather unconventional way. He studied the sciences in college and earned a B.S. in earth science from Penn State University, and then a Master of Science in geology from Florida Atlantic University. He then spent 5 years working for a Ph.D. This is when his career, and life, took a turn. In 2004 a friend of Matt Badiali, who worked in the financial sector, asked Matt to help him find ways to help the average investor. Badiali decided to use his unique education and talents to help his friend toward this goal. To tackle this challenge of helping the average investor Matt had to come up with a strategy.

Matt discovered that writing as if he was talking to his father was the best way to write for the average investor. Matt witnessed his father struggle with amateur investing and realized that if he could write to help him, it would help others. Matt has continued on this career path. In 2017 he launched his newsletter, Real Wealth Strategist, with Banyan Hill. Matt Badiali has built a strong core of dedicated readers in the months since he started his blog. His approach to writing is unique because he travels extensively to speak to experts. He has been to, Peru, Hong Kong, Iraq, Singapore, and many other countries.

Within these countries he has visited mines, oil companies, and corporate headquarters, in the search for new investment ideas. When asked about a trend that excites him Matt Badiali believes that the switch to an electric-centric world will change everything. He believes it will be one of the most impactful changed in human history. He believes that this won’t occur until we create a battery big enough to power an entire city, but he predicts that the technology is forthcoming. Matt Badiali has taken an unusual path on the path to being a respected investment expert. He uses his scientific education and life experience to gain a unique perspective on investing. He then imparts that knowledge onto his readers and clients.

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Hair care, like many aspects of our lives, is going through a revolution right now. Women (and men) everywhere are starting to think outside the ‘lather, rinse, repeat’ box, and that is a good thing.

 

Hydration is key to healthy and youthful-looking hair. Shampoos contain harsh detergents and chemicals that strip hair of naturally occurring oils and can leave locks dehydrated and damaged. Who wants that?

 

Enter cleansing conditioners. These new-age magic potions leave hair feeling clean and pack a big punch of hydration in a little bottle. Made with cucumber, tea tree, pomegranate and essential oils like lavender, mint, and sweet almond oil, cleansing conditioners are all the hair care rage now, with results to show.

 

Many come with special instructions, including using a certain number of pumps of the conditioner and double-washing or dividing hair into sections to wash it. Though some of us like to shun the rules, these are here for a reason and its best to follow the label to get the most from the product.

 

Chaz Dean (https://chazdean.com/chaz/about) is the de facto father of cleansing conditioner. He has not used shampoo on himself or his salon clients since 1993, according to Chaz Dean website. And WEN by Chaz Dean is some of the highest rated beauty products on Amazon.

 

Cleansing conditioner by WEN is one of the oldest and most well known in beauty circles. All of his products are 100% natural, and he lists all the ingredients on the Wen.com website, so you know what you are putting in your hair, and it is not a lot of unpronounceable chemicals.

 

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