Joe Fagan

Former Soccer Star, Now Soccer Fan


September 22, 2018

How Freedom Checks Is Making Investments In The Energy Sector Profitable

In the cyberage, digital scams are the worst nightmare for an investor. Normally, a scammer would lure an investor by promising good money for minimal effort. This has led to people avoiding any lucrative looking opportunities in the current market. This proved to be highly disadvantageous for legitimate businesses who actually provide lucrative opportunities to earn. The latest authentic investment scheme called Freedom Checks is taking over the natural resources market at a steady pace.

Recently a video clip explaining the concept of Freedom Checks educates the viewers on alternatives for the citizens to get rid of dependency in the energy sector. The video was created by renowned Geologist Matt Badiali who currently offers financial advisory services to investors. The concept of Freedom checks originated from companies who deal with natural resources. Recently, due to the sudden decrease in oil imports, the oil and gas companies in the U.S. are working at 100% capacity which has considerably increased the production.

There are around 568 companies or MLPs globally that distribute Freedom Checks to the investors with monthly or quarterly payments. An MLP or a Master Limited Partnerships issues such checks at regular intervals of time. The operations of such companies include the production, processing, transport, and refining of natural resources. The natural resource be it gas or oil, is transported to from wells to oil fields using pipelines for further refining.

The criteria for becoming an MLP requires the company to share 90% of the revenue generated with investors. The payments are tax-free as they don’t reflect as income but as a return on investment. The checks from MLP’s can be received through the mail or directly into the trading account.

Geologist Matt Badiali claims to have made a fortune from this scheme. He has a strong educational background, with a B.S. degree in Geology and a Ph.D. in Sedimentary Geology. By then he acquired an in-depth understanding of the energy sector and natural resource companies. He used his knowledge to study the market and now provides unique strategies and advice to his clients for investing in the energy sector.

September 11, 2018

Tempus Successfully Manages Its Latest Funding Round

Tempus, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois, is a technology firm that is building an operating system to help doctors treat cancer patients. Their system uses machine learning and analytics to give doctors a way to make real-time treatment decisions that are based on data. They have a genomic sequencing service which is based on the patients who have been treated for cancer in the past. This company was co-founded by the entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky after he saw first-hand that the treatment of cancer was lacking when it came to high-tech tools. He is also this company’s chief executive officer. The last funding round for Tempus took part in August.

This was their Series E funding round and Eric Lefkofsky reported that his company raised $110 million. Since this company was founded in 2015 it has raised $320 million in all and is now valued at more than $2 billion. The investors in this round included New Enterprise Associates, Baillee Gifford, T. Rowe Price, and Revolution Growth. Eric Lefkofsky said that the goal of Tempus is to introduce precision medicine across the United States and internationally.

They have made great progress towards that goal and he thanks the staff at Tempus as well as the investors and partners who have been so supportive of what they are trying to accomplish. Their operating system is now being used to treat almost one in four cancer patients in America, just three years after this company debuted. The money raised in this last funding round will be used to expand Tempus internationally. The will also be expanding their operating system to include other diseases beyond cancer. Eric Lefkofsky said the first nations they are looking at expanding to include those in Australia, Asia, and Europe. He said that Tempus will expand in a conservative manner, though, so that they don’t overextend themselves. Learn More.