What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?

What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?

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Website: banyanhill.com
Owner: Banyan Hill Publishing
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What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?

The Magic Metal video opens with Matt Badiali speaking of a mysterious metal with superpowers no other metal has. It doesn’t rust or burn. It’s used in the manufacture of countless essential products from smartphones, cars, trains, and satellites. And, it has medicinal powers as well. This magic metal is used to treat a long list of diseases and health conditions, including diabetes, depression, cancer and more.

What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?What is this mysterious metal and why haven’t we heard about it? Badiali doesn’t tell us. However, he does tell us that his magic metal is worth billions, maybe trillions to the giant pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Badiali claims that according to the World Health Organization, his metal will give nearly a million people “a second chance at life every year…”

After Badiali has hooked us with the story of his magic metal, he tells us that there’s one huge problem concerning this metal. It’s being used up! Demand for this metal is surging but no new deposits have been found since 1990. “There is a massive supply and demand gap.”

According to Badiali, experts warn that known reserves will be gone in 15 years. But, what is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?

The Matt Badiali Magic Metal is…

Badiali doesn’t tell us precisely what his magic metal is, but he does give a big clue. He says his magic metal is used to galvanize iron and steel products.

According to the American Galvanizers Association, zinc is the primary component of the hot-dipped galvanized coating. So, I’m guessing the Matt Badiali Magic Metal is zinc. Travis Johnson at gumshoe.com also believed the Matt Badiali Magic Metal is zinc.

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Why All the Fuss About Zinc?

There may be times in his pitch that Badiali splits hairs between the truth and the untruth, but I suspect on some scale he can claim everything he said is true. But what’s the point?

Why is Badiali telling this fantastic story about zinc? Here’s why. He is using an entertaining and outlandish interpretation of the facts to make you greedy for what he is selling.

I do not recommend what Mr. Badiali is selling, but I do admire his powers of persuasion.

Badiali is selling an investment newsletter. If he can make you feel greedy for his magic metal, you might buy a subscription to his newsletter.

In his newsletter, Real Wealth Strategist, Badiali writes about companies in the natural resource and extraction industries. Implicated in the video is a mining company with a huge reserve of zinc. Also implied is that if you own shares of stock in this company you will be positioned to profit as the price of zinc climbs.

What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?
Zinc at the Beach.

Before you subscribe to Badiali’s newsletter in hopes of striking it rich, allow me to point out a few reasons why you shouldn’t.

Read the Disclaimer!

Beneath the Magic Metal video, at the bottom of the page and written in text that is very difficult to read, you’ll find a disclaimer. It’s easier to read the disclaimer if you highlight it with your cursor.

Buried in the middle of the disclaimer you’ll find these sentences; “Nothing herein should be considered personalized investment advice. …Also, you should not base investment decisions solely on this document.”

Subscribing to a newsletter because someone made you feel greedy, is a poor decision.

If you want to invest in stock, learn how to find and analyze stocks. My article “How to Invest” is a good place to start.

The Danger of Financial Newsletters.

If you don’t have money to invest, Badiali’s newsletter won’t help you.

Also, you should know that not all financial advice newsletters are created equal. Some are written by investment professionals who have stellar SEC credentials. Unfortunately, some investment newsletters have hidden agendas.

A newsletter’s hidden agenda might be that a company paid them for a recommendation because the CEO wants to dump his stock before the company goes bankrupt. That’s what happened with Enron.

It’s not enough that a company is sitting on a large reserve of zinc or anything else. If the company doesn’t also have competent and honest management, solid financials, and a durable competitive advantage it’s a rotten investment.

The point is, you don’t know unless you do your own research and analysis. By the same token, if you know how to research and analyze a stock, you don’t need a newsletter to tell you what to buy.

Investing in Stocks.

If you do it right, investing in stocks can be lucrative. Many billionaires made their fortune with stocks. Warren Buffet started with nothing and built an empire worth over $50 Billion.

You can bet your boots that Warren Buffet did not make his fortune by subscribing to a newsletter pitched by a man who plays fast and loose with the facts.

In fact, Warren Buffet and the thousands of investors who have learned his investment methods, follow a specific strategy called “Value Investing.”

Phil Town, a hedge fund manager and a second-generation student of Warren Buffet, writes about Buffet’s investment strategy in his book “Rule 1 Investing.” Incidentally, Phil Town started with only $1000 and is now a multi-millionaire.

Buffet’s strategy is the only approach to stock investing I recommend. It’s not difficult, but there is a learning curve and it takes a minimum deposit of about $2,000 to open a brokerage account.

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10 thoughts on “What is the Matt Badiali Magic Metal?

  1. I love your post! Thank you so very much for exposing the bs these guys dish out! There is nothing I hate worse than those types of article and I find it very frustrating when I take the time to read an article and it does that kind of thing. I prefer the authentic informative posts about finance and investing any day of the week. Good research on the magic metal. Now I know its zinc, which will save me from wondering.
    I think I would prefer to try some kind of e-commerce type business rather than investing in stocks. I like to have a little more control over what happens and don’t know nearly enough about the stock market. Plus, I find it really boring.
    Thanks again.

    1. Hi, Jill!

      Matt Badiali’s Magic Metal sales pitch would be hilarious if it didn’t also take people’s money. I agree, an eCommerce business is an excellent way to make money and I recommend it. However, when you’re successful at eCommerce, the day will come when you’re making more money than you can reasonably spend. What do you do then? Do you stick it in a bank to earn 2% or do you learn to invest an earn 15% or more?

      If you ever change your mind about investing in stocks, I suggest you focus on Value Investing. The fundamentals are easy to grasp and you only invest in companies you understand and like. For example, what if you enjoy getting beauty treatments at Ulta? With a little legwork, you can determine if it’s a good investment for you. Investing is a lot more real when you own shares of companies you know and like. Rule #1 Investing is a good place to start.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  2. Hi Gary, Having recently read another review of a scam that was created by this same Matt Badiali individual, one would think that anything this person would be endorsing as a way to make money online would be akin to drinking a beverage that had been laced with tasteless odorless poison that once in that person’s system would prove to be lethal.

    This scheme in which Badiali endorses a chemical metallic compound as a way to help a person remain healthy, and avoid any number of diseases most certainly would be something that not in a million years the U.S. FDA would EVER endorse as being safe for human consumption.

    This Badiali individual is the epitome of slime. The type of criminal deviant who will promote everything under the sun; 99.99% of which in some way would only hurt a human being who foolishly would have either consumed it, (put into his/her body), or gotten involved if it were a business venture.

    Not even knowing this individual but only through reading your review in which you bluntly call him nothing but a complete scam, I’d truly be sorry for any person on this Earth who somehow would look at Badiali as being an honest person. Instead, he’s just only selfishly in it for himself so that he could make as much money as possible through the large number of lies and deception that he tries to pull on innocent people.

    The final bit of spoiled, nasty tasting, way-out-of-date glass of milk that Badilia also offers in this scheme is trying to trick people into investing in his newsletter. Bad idea as it is full of nothing but more lies through Badilia’s sick disgusting effort to make more money for himself.

    Please someone throw this guy in jail and somehow lose the key to his cell door. If he already has made money in this or any other con that he has devised, a long prison term is what Badilia most definitely deserves at this point through his various schemes that are illegal.


    1. Hi, Jeff!

      Badiali puts the most outrageous spin on the facts. His sales pitch is hilarious until you realize he’s telling whoppers to take people’s money. In the end, all he has to offer is an investment newsletter with a questionable reputation. Experienced stock investors won’t touch it and neither should anyone else.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  3. Hi, and thanks for the warning.

    This really sounds very suspicious. I actually do still not really understand what this magic metal program wants to serve with.

    Is it to buy and sell zinc? Or just to learn the affiliate marketing business.

    I have just now checked the zinc prices statistics for short and yearly period.

    It doesn’t seem to be climbing the way it should if the claims of Mr. Badiali were true.

    Another guy just trying to get in our pockets I think.

    1. Hi, Stefan!

      Yes, indeed! Mr. Badiali is trying to get in your pocket. The result of all his hype is to sell you a subscription to an investment newsletter that isn’t really an investment newsletter according to their own disclaimer.

      The Zinc story is just a story. Technically, it might be true, if you tortured the facts enough. However, most people do not think of zinc as a metal or that it is particularly precious or rare.

      Agora publishing, the umbrella company over Badiali’s company Banyan Hill Publishing has been around for decades and predates the internet. They have made hundreds of millions of dollars with their business model of promising riches and delivering nothing more than dubious investment advice.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  4. Hi Gary

    The fact that Badiali doesn’t actually tell you what the ‘magic metal’ is, is laughable.

    I guess he’s counting on the fact that some people will be so curious, (or should that read gullible?) that they will buy into the BS.

    The sentences you highlight in his disclaimer should be a flashing red warning light to all who read it, but then it sounds like they might never see it anyway.

    Thanks for the warning Gary,


    1. Hi, Mark!

      I don’t see how Badiali kept a straight face as he told this whopper about a magic metal. After all the known elements are, well, known! There are no secrets with regards to metals.

      It appears to me that Badiali, Banyan Hill Publishing and Agora Publishing are just using outrageous hype to sell what would otherwise be worthless. 

      Incidentally, the financial newsletter industry has been in decline since the internet became popular. I suspect the reason is that people can now easily research the claims made my these kinds of sales videos.

      Thanks for stopping by,


  5. Hi Gary, thanks for the article. I think here you can also apply the idea “if it’s too good to be true, it probably is”.

    Thank you for pointing out this kinds of things, and hopefully more people will learn how to make better decisions on what is actually true in the online jungle 🙂

    1. Hi, Simo!

      As I listened to the Matt Badiali Magic Metal sales video, I was awestruck by the audacity of his claims. I don’t see how he could keep a straight face. It’s clear he and his company, Banyan Hill Publishing, have no respect for anyone listening to the sales pitch. Because of this, they have no credibility and cannot be trusted.

      An experienced investor will see through the outrageous claims, but the layperson who only wants to make money might fall for the charade. 

      Thanks for stopping by,


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