Gold Stock Trades Editor Jeb Handwerger is a highly sought-after stock analyst and best selling writer syndicated internationally and known throughout the financial industry for his accurate, in depth and timely analysis of the general markets, particularly as they relate to the precious metals, nuclear and rare earth sector. Jeb utilizes both fundamental and technical analysis, especially the study of price volume action to understand the long term macroeconomic trends in the natural resource market. A true renaissance man Jeb has a strong background in stock market history, investment psychology, geopolitics, mining engineering and economics.
Jeb studied engineering and mathematics and received his undergraduate degree from University of Buffalo and a Masters Degree at Nova Southeastern University. Teaching technical analysis to professionals in South Florida for over 7 years, Jeb began a daily newsletter which grew to include thousands of readers from over 40 nations such as China, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand amongst many others who are interested in the North American Resource Market.
Before moving into the financial arena Jeb was a professional actor and member of Screen Actor’s Guild and Actor’s Equity Association. Jeb appeared in several Broadway, TV and Film Productions. During this time in the theater, Jeb studied the art of technical analysis and charting, which he shares with his readers on a near daily basis.
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