Josh Dylan is an active contributor to StockMarket.com. His forte is in geosocial events and emerging trends in the stock market today. As an active contributor to other financial outlets like MarijuanaStocks.com, his ability to study current events and determine the potential market reaction is what sets him apart from other writers.
After studying at UC Santa Cruz and earning a bachelor's of art and art history, Josh also went on to start his own business in art resale. Identifying underserved niches like this has allowed him to think outside the box when it comes to applying this approach to the stock market.
His new-age take on social media and branding gave Josh the foresight to apply certain lifestyle trends to market moving topics. This has included the recent trend in the cannabis industry and marijuana stocks as well as following emerging technology such as artificial learning and web-bots. Fundamentals are just as important as momentum in Josh’s opinion. Being able to understand how to apply popular trends to investing is of major importance. If the price of oil is sinking but the price of gold is following along, we want to understand why, not just follow the broader trend.
Josh Dylan makes it a point to not only mention what hot “today” but also find ways to apply that to find future opportunity in the stock market. What’s more is that Josh has become an active part in the StockMarket.com social media team. He works to delivery top research not only one StockMarket.com but also bring it to the readers, directly.
By studying the macro-economic events in the market, Josh makes sure to find events that could shift micro-economic trends. He prides himself on taking a unique approach to information but not taking things for “face value”. When it comes to the stock market, things can change at a moment’s notice and Josh makes sure to stay ahead of that with sound research and diligence. When Josh isn’t writing about the stock market, he enjoys spending time with his family and surfing. He currently calls Southern California his home.
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