Master Limited Partnerships, of Freedom Checks, May Be the Best Investment Out There

The investment opportunity Matt Badiali introduces in his circulated Freedom Checks video is legitimate. So, if you were wondering if whether or not it was a scam let’s put that to rest. It is not a scam. It is an investment in a natural resource company that deals 90% of their business in the production, storage, and transportation of natural gas and oil. To be more specific the company is referred to as an MLP, or “master limited partnership”. An MLP is a stake, much like a stock, that grants investors a percentage of company profits. In purchasing said stake, much like stock, the investor grants the company capital to work with. This allows the company to enjoy the kind of cash flow a publicly traded company enjoys and take advantage of a tax break afforded to “business partnerships”. All the company has to do is divvy out 90% of their profits to their investors before taxes. So, if you are an investor you get a monthly to quarterly check that serves as a return of capital. Or, as Matt Badiali puts it, a freedom check.

Freedom Checks are aptly named because they represent financial freedom. Badiali’s Freedom Checks videos are a widespread way to inform people of the investment opportunity currently available. Badiali leads off with the impressive amount a freedom check can be worth to grab attention and entice potential investors by discussing profit first. This profit is somewhat controllable. MLP stakes can be bought for as low as $10 per stake, but if a person just buys one their percentage will not be as high as someone investing $1000 dollars. This is obvious. The amount of the freedom checks given out also rely on the business itself and the market. Badiali is a financial guru and his expertise is in natural resources. He knows the market inside and out and is very accurate at where it is going to go. This bodes well, but it does not take away from the fact that the stake will reflect the profit the business makes. It carries the same risk a stock does, only MLP’s are a little bit more of a sure thing.

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