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At some time or another you may have heard about Freedom Checks when you are starting your investing journey. This also goes for the benefits they produce as a tax advantage. It’s not uncommon for investors to not trust diving into new opportunities because of the list of scams found in the industry. This overview gives you an idea to the man who introduced the Freedom Checks sensation all across the world and has been telling investors about it ever since.

Meet Matt Badiali is an accomplished geologist and savvy investor who has shared his discovery of Freedom Checks and how it can benefit investors. With a master’s degree in earth science it has taken him all over the world learning from many countries. This has brought him to coal mines where he expects them along with oil fields and several other sources all in an effort to determine their legitimacy. His travels to a list of locations has given Matt Badiali a chance to talk with CEOs that run some of the worlds biggest energy suppliers. When the 2008 stock market crash hit, Matt turned against advice from close family and friends and started his journey by investing in energy stocks worth $0.06 each. In 2010, he was able to unload those stocks for $2.64 each taking him a profit of 4,400 percent. Matt Badiali has become quite known as the the top notch investment strategist within the market.

Overview Freedom Checks

Now that you have a good idea about the man behind the checks, here’s an attempt to explain it a little further. It started with a commercial featuring Matt Badiali displaying a large check and encouraging many to get their hands on the same amount of funds by encouraging them to get their personal Freedom Check.

Overview master limited partnership

Investors receive returns from their Freedom Checks directly from investments that they have made in Master Limited Partnerships. When they set up their MLPs they take advantage of the Internal Revenue Code Title 26, Subtitle F. In plain language, MLPs are made up of a limited partnership that also gives great benefits just like a publicly traded company.

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Over the recent years, Amex has been on the receiving end of stiff competition from both banks and companies such as PayPal. While companies such as PayPal are making considerable growth within the financial market, Amex is finding it difficult to assert its authority in the financial world despite being a player in the industry long before PayPal, a Silicon Valley startup had been established. Currently, the consumer confidence in the brand, as well as profitability, is on the low.

The stiff competition has both investors and stakeholders worried as the there is uncertainty on how Amex will deal with the competition from other banks and the emerging payment options such as Skrill and PayPal which are all e-wallets popular amongst the millennials. Amex has been issuing its clients both debit and credit cards. In as much as the cards are paid off on a monthly basis, the cards can’t match up the competition posed by the firm’s rivals. One thing that has successfully been putting Amex afloat is the loans the company provides to both corporations and individuals.

It is a trend that Amex has been losing a significant portion of its subscribers to its competitors due to the inflexibility of its services. The pattern has lead to a drop in Amex’s market share over the past few years. Amex’s direct competitors are card networks such as Visa and other banks; these institutions have been posting better returns while at the same time increasing their overall market share.

Christopher Burch was an executive at Amex, during his time at the company, Amex was not only profitable, but the company also controlled a more significant market share as compared to now.  Additional article to read on

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During his tenure at Amex, the company adopted a strategy to welcome in millennials while at the same time keeping the wealthy on the company’s portfolio. Since Christopher’s exit Amex has been dwindling. More to read on

Burch has been in the financial industry for more than 40 years. Currently, Christopher Burch is the CEO at his company, Burch Creative Capital. Through his firm, Burch expresses his entrepreneurial values together with his vision for the next frontier business opportunities.  For contact details, head over to

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Chris Burch is an entrepreneur in America who started his career while doing his undergraduate studies at the Itchica College. He is widely known for his constant use of the American Express Co, Cards. In particular, since 1979, he has been a loyal user of these services. He switched almost all of what he spends to the J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.’s Sapphire Reserve card. In this case, he is one of those respected customers since he is also in the Forbes list of the world’s wealthiest individuals in 2014. Thus, it is not easy to retain him as a customer.

Significant contribution in different industries

Mr. Chris Burch is the CEO and founder at the Burch creative capital. He is one of the entrepreneurs that have been active in the investment in a wide range of businesses. He is considered as serial entrepreneur as he is engaged in a diverse range of business backgrounds. These include diverse industries as technology, real estate and fashion.  For his contact info, check on this.

. He is also the co-founder of the luxury fashion brand that is known as Tony Burch. For a long time, Mr. Burch has devoted a lot of his efforts in revealing the power of branding. Currently, he has expanded his focus into sales and marketing and other business interests that include hospitality, consumer products, technology and financial services.  Learn more of his new and follow on investment in this link on

Mr. Burch is an important customer at AmEx

The incoming chairman and the Chief Executive at the AmEx; Stephen Squeri must make a lot of efforts to ensure that he is retained through the provision of quality services. He takes over on Wednesday from the longtime predecessor; Kenneth Chenault at a time when the card giant appears to be building momentum. The ability to satisfy and retain the big customers must be in his top to do list as he takes over the new position as he maintains the already built brand on AmEx.   For additional article, hit on

At the time when the company was facing major challenges, Mr. Chenault made the decision to change the operations of the company from having a lot of banking activities. It focused on making an emphasis on the revenue that is generated from the fees paid in by the merchants when the Amex cards are used by the customers. Mr. Burch who was disappointed by this progress emailed Mr. Chenault in June to express his feelings.

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Nihi Resort is the talk of the town and rightly so. In fact, when Travel & Leisure included the five-star resort in the magazine’s revered list of 100 best hotels in the world, the resort received rave reviews from the magazine’s audience who voted overwhelmingly for the hotel as the number hotel in the world both this year and last year.  For related article, hit on

Nihi Resort (formerly Nihiwatu) has a rich history and modern tourists associate with facilities with an inspirational past. J. Christopher Burch and James McBride are the current owners of the resort, but it was not always so as the two bought the facility just five years ago from Claude and Petra Graves. The former owners arrived on the island in 1988, and after several years, they built a beach hotel. Although the Graves’ business initially picked up well, in the mid-90’s business on the island declined; the then Asian financial crisis and social problems afflicting the Sumbanese people were cited for the downturn. The Graves had to do something or else their business would collapse. In 2001, they founded the Sumba Foundation which would solicit for funds from visitors, businesses, and humanitarian aid efforts; the funds would then be channeled to uplift the locals. The Graves settled on disposing the property alongside hundreds of acres of unprotected land to Burch in 2012. Additional article to read here

Burch and McBride envisioned a unique resort that would appeal to adventurous tourists. When the hotel changed hands, the duo closed it for three years during which renovations worth over $30 million were implemented. Apparently, the hotel benefited from McBride’s expertise as a renowned hotelier as the revamped resort is breathtaking.

Nihi Resort consists of 27 private villas, tree houses with individual plunge pools, and Raja Mendaka (Chris Burch’s private home) to boot. Burch’s private home which costs $14,175 per night is an embodiment of luxury; it consists of a master villa and four other villas all tastefully designed with auxiliary facilities such as private pools.

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The island of Sumba is considered a surfers paradise. Nihi Resort exists to make surfing even better in the island. The hotel offers surfing lessons for $250, and surfers get to enjoy the famous “Occy’s Left” wave for $125. What’s more, only ten surfers are allowed at a time to minimized crowding.  More about the resort on

Burch’s business interests range from fashion, technology, and recently hospitality. He is an avid investor who never misses an opportunity to invest. Hop over to this.  For an overview of his diverse investment,  His investment firm, Burch Creative Capital, funds promising businesses in diverse industries. He is the CEO of Burch Creative Capital.

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