Freedom Checks May Confuse, But the Investment Underaneath is Very Straight Forward

Freedom checks remain an intriguing investment wrapped in a bit of mystery. Although by now most have seen Matt Badiali’s freedom checks videos, the investment behind the check remains mostly unknown. All viewers really understand is that the investment can yield quite the payout, unfortunately the videos do nothing to explain how that payout is generated. Visit to know more about Freedom Checks.

The freedom checks payout is generated through a legitimate investment in what is known as a master limited partnership. Master limited partnerships are natural resource companies that take advantage of a little known tax break. This break comes from a particular statute that creates a very profitable perk such companies use to generate working capital. It also allows them to only be taxed on 10% of their incoming profit. The only catch is these companies have to sell stakes to investors, and then disperse most of those incoming profits to said investors. As an MLP investor all that is needed is to sit back and rake in the incoming profit. This is why Badiali keeps referring to MLPs as a cash grab.


MLP stakes function like stock but bear no controlling interest. They are designed to provide the company issuing them capital, and grant investors a percentage of profit. As this profit must be completely dispersed before taxes are taken, the stakes receive monthly to quarterly payouts known as return of capital payments. Matt Badiali likes to call them freedom checks.

Matt Badiali is a competent investment analyst trusted by many for his accurate market projections. He is a trained geologist with a bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D in the field of earth sciences. Before entering the investment world Badiali was employed by natural resource companies. He uses his expertise to personally look into company operations. He examines drilling, mining, and well operations to vet the companies professionalism. He is able to present first-hand information on the companies viability for the future. Badiali writes two newsletters for Banyan Hill and keep up to date on current trends. His expertise is not just on oil and natural gas but also precious metals and market fluctuations as well. Watch this video at Youtube.