Josh Enomoto

Josh Enomoto

As a financial analyst who has engaged in multimillion dollar projects with Global 500 companies, Joshua Enomoto provides an acute perspective of the investment markets.

A graduate of the University of California, San Diego, his professional experience covers multiple industries, including healthcare, civil engineering, and consumer electronics. Past contributions include leading the resolution of a critical liabilities dispute between two major electronics companies, and being awarded a speaking engagement in Tokyo, Japan, regarding supply chain efficiency protocols.

Currently based in San Diego, Josh is also an avid music composer and audio engineer, and spends his free time with multimedia pursuits.

Recent Articles Needs a Real Deal Between the U.S. and China

On the surface, the trade truce between the U.S. and China bodes well for Chinese companies like However, this entire issue has a credibility problem, which makes gambling on JD stock a risk.

Waiting It Out Remains the Best Call for OKTA Stock

The growing need for identity management solutions has skyrocketed the market value of Okta Inc stock. However, it’s likely that the markets have become too enthusiastic relative to the fundamentals.

Don’t Let the Red Ink in Shopify Stock Tempt You

Shopify stock took a tumble last month, which may attract contrarians. However, if you drill into the numbers, the premium for SHOP still doesn’t align with the fundamentals.

If You Can Stomach It, Hold Onto Aurora Cannabis Stock

Because of Aurora Cannabis’ deep investments into cannabis vaping products, ACB stock has been extremely volatile because of the vaping crisis. But politicians and pundits are reacting too quickly on incomplete information, which suggests an exoneration may lie on the horizon.

JP Morgan Stock Is Hurtling Toward a Reality Check in Q3

JP Morgan has produced some strong earnings results in the past. However, the upcoming Q3 report promises to be a far different test as this is the quarter that saw the introduction of reduced borrowing costs from the Fed.