Many times when you hear about opportunities to make big money, you have to be on the lookout for scams because there are a lot of them that come up in the form of mail orders, penny stocks and pyramid schemes disguised as legitimate business opportunities. But there is an investment opportunity out there that actually does have real ways to make money just like buying regular stocks would, but with some very high dividends if you know when and what to buy. This investment opportunity is what’s known as freedom checks, something that’s similar to another investment known as Trump Bonus Checks.
The similarities between these two investments are that they are only titled checks because you can receive dividend payments in the form of paper check if you so choose. Trump bonus checks are not paid by President Donald Trump personally, but an editor at the Agora Financial publication website discovered that there were companies that dealt in certain business areas that could benefit from the Trump administration’s policies that investors should buy into. Freedom checks are investments in natural resource companies, and they’re given their name by Matt Badiali, an editor of the Banyan Hill publication company who realized they could pay high dividends for those looking to invest in energy companies based in the US. This is because the movement is growing to end foreign oil and energy dependence.
Freedom checks are the shares of master limited partnership companies that you can generally buy the same way you might buy Apple or Amazon stocks, but they have some even bigger benefits. The first that Badiali spoke about in a YouTube video was that MLP companies have to pay out at least 90℅ of their income to their investors, and with the fracking and new drilling opportunities coming, that’s going to translate into a lot of high dividends for freedom checks somewhere in the neighborhood of $34.6 billion. To find out which kind of companies you can be on the lookout for in freedom checks, you can signup for Badiali’s newsletter “Total Wealth Insider” at the Banyan Hill website.