Apart from the basic forces of demand and supply, the investor’s feel is another important thing that determines a market’s prices. Futures or shares will always follow this law. The more investors hate something the more the chances of making good money once the love comes back on – especially if it is a commodity the world cannot do without.
This is exactly what is the case with corn. Investors right now hate corn with a passion and the market prices are at their lowest since end of 2013. While this means that anyone currently holding corn positions is making a loss, it also means that anyone who can jump into the market while it is at its lowest point or just anywhere could potentially make a huge profit once things start swinging up again.
A bountiful harvest pushed the prices down, forcing some people to panic and sell prematurely. However, an investor with the power to cushion a huge shift could easily buy now when everyone is selling low and wait for the prices to pick up in early 2018 before making a neat profit. The only problem right now is buying corn, according to Mr. Badiali might not be a quick money scheme. The prices will still fluctuate over the next couple of weeks before they settle on a steady upwards curve.
Deciphering the Mind of Matt Badiali
Many investors always focus on conventional investment or just look at mere statistics before advising people on where to put their money. Matt Badiali thinks that this approach, though productive, could easily make investors lose out on undiscovered positions that could easily turn into a treasure trove. To fulfill his approach to investments, Mr. Badiali takes a straightforward hands-on approach that puts him on the ground to gather a perfect understanding of where he wants to put his money.
Even though he is an expert geologist who focuses on natural resources like natural gas, oil and other minerals, you will still find him prospecting on produce like corn when need there be. What sets him apart is his plan to travel to pertinent locations before making a decision. If Badiali wants to make a ground shaking one-time oil investment, he will take his time to visit a couple of oil wells or even visit the countries he believes will swing the market.
This approach has not only seen him travel far and wide but also gives him an advanced warning radar that tells him of impeding market changes long before other mainstream investors catch wind of what is going on.
— Matt Badiali (@Matt_B_Guru) November 17, 2017