If you're wondering what the "anti-element" stock is that Matt Badiali has been teasing then you're in the right place.
He hints at this stock possibly soaring by over 4,000% in price in the near future, and in this quick review I'll be going over what the "green rock", "anti-element" stuff is he's talking about as well as exposing the stock.
There are probably multiple teasers floating around the internet about this investment opportunity. I know it's been around since at least 2019, but it appears they keep updating it to keep things relevant.
Matt Badiali, pictured above holding this strange "green rock", is the guy behind it all. He currently works for Banyan Hill Publishing where he runs investment newsletter services, but used to work as a geologist for over two decades, including having worked for a drilling company and as a consultant to an environmental company. He travels all over to gather front-line intel for the investments he recommends and, in short, knows what he's talking about.
However, him and others from the Banyan Hill Publishing company are always coming out with hyped-up investment teasers, such as his "magic metal" teaser we exposed... so you sometimes have to take what is said with a grain of salt, or as one reader commented, "with a big grain of rock salt".
In this "anti-element" teaser Badiali talks about how this substance will be a "game-changer" for the medical industry.
He mentions that it stops the spread of bacteria like E. coli, staph and MRSA, viruses like influenza, SARS, and even CoV-2 (the COVID-19 virus), deadly fungi, and it even is said to help stop cancer cells.
Furthermore, it's stated that this "green rock" even has "been used to fight epilepsy, heal stomach ulcers and treat various lung infections, including tuberculosis".
Being an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, anti-cancer, anti-ulcer and anti-inflammatory, Matt Badiali calls it an "anti-element".
And of course there is one company that holds the key to amass a fortune..
According to the presentation, one company in particular is positioned extremely well when it comes to the mines for this substance. He hints that this company is running the show.
And, apparently there is a massive shortage of the substance and this one company could solve that.
Badiali goes on to talk about how this company's stock price "soared" by 926% from 2002-2007 and then another 400% after the 2008 recession, and how he believes it is set to soar again at any time.
He claims the situation this company is in reminds him of an investment he made in Kaminak Gold Corporation a while back, before it went up 4,417%...
AND, he even goes on to talk about how you might be able to buy "that dream car you've always wanted" or even be able to afford to "take a loved one on a trip around the world".
A potential 4,417% gain and the ability to travel the world and buy your dream car... but of course all this hype just leads to a sales pitch... and of course we are told that "You have to take action now — as in today".
The sales pitch:
Matt Badiali is giving away a special report that goes over all the details of this opportunity "absolutely free"...
However, in order to get this "absolutely free" report, you first have to buy into his subscription investment advisory service called Real Wealth Strategist. This is basically a follow-along advisory service that provides monthly investment recommendations, and it absolutely is not free... the cheapest price is $47 but they'll push you to purchase the $79 subscription.
*Note: He's also giving away another "absolutely free" report that provides all the details on 3 other companies behind the mining of this green rock.
What The Heck Is This Green Rock?
Badiali makes it sound like some mysterious new substance that was just found at Earth's core... but I guarantee you know what it is... and you've probably touched it hundreds or thousands of times.
The green rock "anti-element" is none other than copper, or copper ore as it's being mined...
As we are told, the demand is going to increase for copper. The main angle Badiali takes here is that it will increase due to need from the medical industry. However, demand for copper is actually increasing from many angles.
Copper is an important component in batteries for electric cars... and the demand here is increasing greatly too. In an article from Barron's a Tesla representative mentioned the electric vehicle industry "could see a long-term shortage".
Not only that, but Matt Badiali tells us that there just isn't enough supply to keep up with the increasing demand, and the shortage will only grow in the coming years...
I'm not sure where he got the chart shown above from, but the bottom line is that the supply doesn't look like it will be meeting the demand any time soon.
The Company He's Teasing
As we know, there is supposedly one superhero company that will solve the whole problem.
Normally you'd have to buy a subscription to his service in order to find out, but I'll just tell you instead. Sound good?
Let's go over some of the clues we're given on this company. Here's what we know:
- it has a "giant mine located on a remote island in Indonesia" that has 1.8 billion metric tons of copper - later mentions this company having "over 4.5 billion tons of reserves" (maybe total in all its mines)
- he mentions that its stock "jumped" by 926% as the demand of copper increased from 2002 to 2007 and that its stock price went up by over 400% after the 2008 recession
Now that really isn't much to go off of, but luckily it's enough.
The mine he's talking about is Grasberg mine in Papua, Indonesia, which is the only large copper mine I could find in Indonesia. This mine has one of the largest known copper reserves in the world and the largest known gold reserve. It's mostly owned by the Freeport-McMoRan company, which matches up well for the stock he's teasing here.
The vague historical stock price data we were given also matches up, which were that its price increased by 928% from 2002-2007 and by over 400% soon after the 2008 recession.
I don't know the exact dates he's talking about, but based on the stock chart below and crunching some numbers, it's a good match...
Not only do these few clues match up, but there just aren't all that many mining companies it could possibly be in the first place, so figuring out that Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) is the stock wasn't all too hard.
Good Investment or Not?
Does it really have the potential to increase thousands of percent? Will it make you rich? If you invest will you be able to travel the world and buy your dream car?
Well, as usual, you shouldn't fall for the hype.
That said, we already know that copper demand is rising and that the supply isn't growing to meet this rising demand, and we also know that Freeport-McMoRan sits on one of the largest copper mines in the world (2nd largest in the world, with the Escondida mine in Chile being the largest).
However, Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine, although massive, hasn't really done all that well over the years and miners are having to search further and dig deeper (more than expected), meaning more work for less copper.
Badiali hypes the heck out of the opportunity, and it still could be a good buy because of how low the stock is trading at right now, but the price forecasts from places like CNN (12-month forecast) certainly aren't the 4,000%+ gains that were hinted at.
Quick Recap & Conclusion
- The green rock "anti-element" that Matt Badiali is talking about is copper
- Demand for copper is already increasing a lot with the rise of electric vehicles and whatnot, and Badiali predicts another big bump in demand from the medical industry due to copper's antimicrobial properties
- He teases one company that "holds a massive amount of this green rock"... and talks about how you could possibly be able to afford your dream car if you invest in it
- In his "absolutely free" report Badiali provides all the details on this company, but first you have to buy a subscription to his absolutely not free Real Wealth Strategist advisory service
- I've just exposed the stock so now you don't have to buy in - Freeport McMoRan (FCX)
Hopefully this review has provided some value to you. As always, let us know what you think of this stock pick in the comment section below. We like to hear back from our readers!