• 3 hours Standards Go Out The Window As Employers Struggle To Fill Jobs
  • 4 hours The Two Trillion Dollar Markets Amazon Hasn’t Conquered
  • 5 hours Digital Supermodels Outperform Humans
  • 6 hours France Could Lose Billions In EU Trade Route Redirection
  • 7 hours Beer Giants Are Striking Out With Millennials
  • 9 hours What Is Bakkt And Can It Take Bitcoin Mainstream?
  • 11 hours Tesla’s Board Delivers A Stern Message To Elon Musk
  • 1 day Bitcoin Could Challenge Gold As Major Asset Class
  • 1 day Google In Talks With Tencent Over Cloud Business
  • 1 day Tech Giants Charge Deeper Into $8 Trillion Healthcare Industry
  • 1 day Lockheed Stock Soars On $480M Pentagon Contract
  • 1 day Ontario Moves To Slow Cannabis Drive
  • 1 day The Tech That Will Shape The Future Of Megaprojects
  • 1 day What Role Will The Saudis Play In Tesla's Private Listing?
  • 2 days Investors Flee Emerging Markets Amid Lira Crisis
  • 2 days Startup Aims To Attract Young Renters With Savvy Tech
  • 2 days The Last Frontier For Artificial Intelligence
  • 2 days EU Companies Struggle To Pick Sides In U.S.-Iran Dispute
  • 2 days Turkey’s Currency Crisis Raises Fears Of Contagion
  • 2 days Could Gold Fall Below $1,000?

Jake Weber

Jake Weber

Contributor since: 15 Apr 2010

Biography

Jake Weber graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans with a Bachelors degree in business administration with a focus in economics. While in college, he was the bookkeeper for a local restaurant, the director of finance for the Student Government Association, and interned with a commercial real estate research firm in Southwest Florida. In his senior year, Jake caught the attention of the Casey Research team through diligent research and witty articles he contributed to "The Room." In July 2007, he started his position as a full-time research analyst with Casey Research. Jake has recently become the new editor of Casey's Charts and continues to provide research for Casey's Gold & Resource Report and The Casey Report.

  • Chart of the Week: Inflation in the Real World

    Published 26 October 2010 | viewed 0 times

    As is often the case, there is a big difference between what the government statistics are reporting and what's going on in the real world.…

  • Deficit Landmines Dead Ahead!

    Published 13 May 2010 | viewed 0 times

    Hearing President Obama's economic peptalks, you might be under the impression that the U.S. needs to keep spending for just a little while longer to…

  • Sell Now, Buy Later - the ABCs of Short Selling

    Published 15 April 2010 | viewed 0 times

    The catch phrases "Buy low, sell high" and "The market fluctuates" are probably the two most frequently used clichés of the investment world. The latter…