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Jacob Hess

Contributor since: 13 May 2016

Jacob Hess

As a student at Emory University, Jacob studies economics, mathematics, and psychology while engaging in personal studies of the financial markets. His particular interest in the energy sector lead to the birth of his blog, Black Gold Disease, where he writes articles and develops financial models. His writing has been published under the oil and gas sections on Seeking Alpha and Envestor First. Jacob encourages an intermarket viewpoint in economic and financial analysis. Often, his eclectic articles combine techniques from three different schools of analysis, fundamental, technical, and economic, allowing for a dynamic use of the relevant perspectives and data.

Latest articles from Jacob

  • Falling Chinese Demand Could Intensify The Oil War

    Published 15 May 2016 | viewed 17,571 times

    The Chinese slowdown did more than drag down its own economy, it singlehandedly created financial tremors throughout the global financial markets. With consistent growth rates…

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