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Josh Young is the founder and portfolio manager of Young Capital Management, LLC. He is also a board member of Lucas Energy Inc. He previously served as an analyst at a multi billion-dollar single-family office in Los Angeles. Prior to that, he was an investment analyst at Triton Pacific Capital Partners. He was also a corporate strategy consultant at Mercer Management Consulting and DiamondCluster. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Chicago.
The Low-Cost, High-Yield Strategy Making Oil Investors Money: Josh Young (8/27/13) Sometimes success is about making the most of what you've already got. The same holds true for North America's shale plays: Companies are saving development dollars by reworking old wells. When it's done right, the rates of return are astounding. That's why Young Capital Management founder Josh Young is investing in redevelopment plays. In this interview with The Energy Report, Young explains redrilling economics and highlights off-the-radar shale basins outperforming those in the limelight.
The Hottest North American Shale Plays: Josh Young (5/15/13) Not all shale plays are created equal, and one in particular is bucking the trend with robust economics and company share prices that show it. But is it too late to buy in? Fund Manager Josh Young doesn't think so, and he sat down with The Energy Report to discuss the hottest (and coldest) North American shale plays. Read on to find out where he's finding bargains that could pay off handsomely.
The New Valuation Paradigm in Small-Cap Energy Stocks: Josh Young (2/5/13) What's more important: the size of the acreage or the amount of oil and gas gushing from it? Josh Young, founder of Young Capital Management, sees investors shifting their attention to the latter category. However, Young is more focused on the risk an investment poses compared to its potential reward. In this Energy Report interview, Young discusses which stocks have him particularly excited and why he sees interesting times ahead for oil—and the small caps that produce it.