Joel Baglole

Joel Baglole

Joel Baglole has been a financial reporter for more than 20 years. For five years, Mr. Baglole was a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal, where he wrote articles from Iceland to Indonesia and covered topics ranging from the automotive and airline industries to investment banks and global stock markets.

Mr. Baglole has also worked for The Washington Post and Toronto Star newspapers and contributed to business focused websites such as The Motley Fool and Investopedia. Mr. Baglole lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and three children.

Recent Articles

4 Tips to Invest in the Lithium-Battery Revolution

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4 Pharmaceutical Stocks That Aren’t Worth Their Outsized 2020 Gains

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