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Matt Badiali: Mining the Gold from the Mining Industry

Investment expert, geologist, analyst and investment advisor, Matt Badiali does it all. From oil trends to wealth strategy to financial analysis. Mr Badiali is well travelled and researched in the field of natural resources. The man has worked with drilling and environmental companies looking into the health and potential of the company, its structure and financials.

With a bachelor’s degree in Earth Sciences from the Penn State University and a Masters degree in Geology from Florida Atlantic University, the geologist by training still goes down to the ground to see how experienced drilling crews are.

He combines his education and skills as a geologist with his experience as an investor to determine what companies present the most potential. He joined Banyan Hill Publishers where he is a natural resources expert. He has expertise in drill rig machines, in inspecting mines and in consulting for environmental companies. Matt also writes about natural resource markets, metals and investing in the energy sector.

Matt Badiali’s Facebook speaks for itself as he posts very often on issues investment and about the mining industry. Mr Badiali’s Freedom Check video on YouTube helps companies plan strategically and identify what companies need to buy and invest in. According to Matt Badiali, freedom checks are just payments. Mr Matt Badiali has travelled to many parts of the world including Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Hong Kong, Haiti, Singapore among other countries.

The ‘Real Wealth Strategy‘ sheds light on natural resources. Investing in natural resources includes any commodity that can be mined and has potential to do well. The Newsletter launched in 2017 understands the market; expounding on financial markets and science to help companies invest successfully. What makes the newsletter very engaging is because it’s hands-on provides facts for investors to protect them from making poor choices. The Real Wealth Strategy provides monthly newsletters, access to Matt Badiali’s model portfolio and every stock on his list, trade alerts and weekly podcast updates.


Where Lincolnshire Management Sheds Off the Weight

The lifestyle brand, Holley Performance, leaves from the ownership of Lincolnshire’s equity team.

The transaction promises to lighten the load—and the responsibilities of the private equity firm. Lincolnshire Management has a diverse portfolio of better performing assets to concern itself with. Holley’s sale was completed by Sentinel Capital Partners. Sentinel brings Holley’s performance manufacturing into its own group of companies.

Holley will merge into Sentinel’s own Driven Performance brand, but the details of how were kept secret.

Both, Holley and Driven Performance, manufacture aftermarket parts for the auto industry. Brands like NOS and Racepak are a few labels that come to mind. They come from the web of companies listed under Holley Performance. Its exhausts, sensors and dash parts are now controlled as the innovations of Sentinel Capital Partners.

The Difference in Private Equity

Though Holley Performance generates its own revenue, its privatization keeps it from being sold as a stock. Lincolnshire Management works in private equity as a way of doing safe business. Public markets don’t affect private brands, and this works as a source of protection.

Private companies don’t have to face the major risks of the stock market either. Their market valuations aren’t in the hands of public sentiment. Retail and institutional investors are the clients of private equity firms like Lincolnshire Management. These clients seek funding, acquisitions, capital expansions and diversity.

A Look at the Services

 The daily services of Lincolnshire Management give it 1.7-billion dollars under yearly management. You can find Lincolnshire Management with these services:


  • Recapitalization: Transforming the capital structure of a business requires a financial overhaul. Recapitalization balances the current debt of a company and reduces its deficits.

Management Buyouts

  • Management Buyouts: When managers and executives work to gain a majority share, through a small or large business, it’s called a management buyout.

Corporate Divestitures

  • Corporate Divestitures: Here’s a form of restructuring that rids a business of poor-performing assets. This is essentially what happened through the sale of Holley Performance.

Growth Equity

  • Growth Equity: Growth capital gives businesses the money they need for investments and for completing expensive transactions.

See Lincolnshire Management profile here

Michael Nierenberg: Leading in the Real Estate Investment Front

Michael Nierenberg is the President, CEO and Board chairman at Residential Investment Corp. He took up the position in November of 2013. Michael also serves at Fortress as a managing director. He served as global securitized products head at JPMorgan and global mortgages managing director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch prior to joining residential investment corp. Michael Nierenberg is an expert in finance with more 7 years working for Lehman Brothers and 14 years at Bear Stearns.

The New York-based company Residential Investment Corp specializes in real estate investments especially the division of residential housing. The expertise of the company’s leaders like Michael Nierenberg facilitates attractive returns for its clients. They also help in living up to the company’s goal of using investments to drive risk-adjusted desirable returns.

An investment in real estate is an investment in the community. Nonetheless, it has become difficult for Americans to become home or business owners. However, there exist investment opportunities that allow them to build businesses and homes without being held up the ownership aspect. Michael Nierenberg provides such an opportunity with the New Residential Investment Corp real estate investment trust (REIT).

A REIT is a company that owns or finances a real estate investment with the aim of creating income. New Residential Investment REIT has made it easy for the public to invest by leveraging of the market knowledge to generate great income for the investors. It focuses on assets with conventional capital structures long term and steady cash flows. Recently Michael Nierenberg announced the acquisition a mortgage company Shellpoint Partners for $190m by New Residential Investment Corp. This will lead to the integration of a wide range of real estate services such as insurance of title deeds and a third-party servicing platform.

The success of a REIT is largely determined by a strong leadership team. Michael Nierenberg leads a skilled and informed team conversant with the market of residential housing. The team and the ability to keep up with the dynamics of the market has and continues to make Residential Investment Corp a go-to company for real estate investment needs.

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