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Josh Owens

Josh Owens

Writer, Safehaven.com

Contributor since: 21 Mar 2018


Josh majored in International Relations at the University of Edinburgh and is currently the Content Director at Oilprice.com. Josh has over 6 years of writing experience, covering everything from geopolitics to finance. 

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