President Trump and many energy industry leaders want to see more mi domestic energy resources used in the US to increase fracking production, oil pipelines, and many more uses for natural resources that are being underutilized right now. As part of this push, a potential for big investments to be made is looming for what is known as freedom checks. These are true investments and are not government subsidy checks or welfare payouts. They are a way that you can get in on the push to end foreign oil dependence and pocket some of the profits that will come out of it.
The end of foreign oil constantly being brought into the US and freedom in energy is why investment expert Matt Badiali named dividends paid out by various companies freedom checks. Most people who receive dividend payments on them do so by direct deposit into a brokerage account, but you can opt to receive checks in the mail. But how do you get these checks? Badiali explained in a video that most can be found on normal stock trading platforms, but you need to know the differences between these checks and regular stocks.
Freedom checks are payouts given by companies known as master limited partnerships (MLPs). MLPs are all in the oil and natural resources sector, but what sets them apart is that they follow different regulations, including one that stipulates that they payout 90℅ of their income to their shareholders. This is especially a lot of money when you consider that the profits these MLPs are said to make will be over $34 billion in the next few years. But another part of the returns you make on these investments is that they are treated as a return on capital and not a return on income in your portfolio. As a result, you never have to pay taxes on them as long as you own them; only the lower capital gains tax if you sell them. That’s right, if you buy in while you have the chance, freedom checks can be a way to build wealth tax free. If you want to know more, sign up for Matt Badiali’s newsletters at www.BanyanHill.com.