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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.

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