A few years ago, it might have been a bad time to buy up stocks or other ETFs in oil or energy companies due to the oil glut that occurred. But now there’s a whole new incentive for these companies to perform well as taxes and regulations get slashed, and energy companies start seeing profits increase significantly with a greater push than ever to increase domestic production and end oil importing. But people who really stand to benefit from this are investors in freedom checks. If you happen to be one of these people, you could be set to see massive payouts coming as oil and natural resource companies are predicted to hit big profits. Read more at Agora News about Freedom Checks.
By now, you’re probably wondering what freedom checks are. While many advertisements you see for investments that promise extreme riches are scams such as penny stocks or multilevel marketing gigs, this investment is not a scam and has been verified by a trustworthy financial news source in Banyan Hill and one of their editors Matt Badiali. They are technically not checks, but like regular stocks and other investments you can receive a check in the mail whenever a dividend payout is made. Read this article at metropolismag.com.
The first thing investors should know about freedom checks is there is no age or personal income requirements associated with buying them. Practically anyone can buy them up and sell them later. The second is that the companies your investing in are master limited partnerships (MLPs) which are mostly in the oil and mining Industries, and they’re required to pay out at least 90℅ of their income. With that in mind, it’s easy to see why Badiali is excited about them, but that isn’t even the best part.
The best part about freedom checks is you pay no taxes on the dividends you get from them because they are returns on capital and not income. It basically is possible to make over 30,000% on the highest returning freedom checks and have that money tax free. You can typically get in on these investments by finding them on trading platforms, and Banyan Hill has more information on them.