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Meet Dylan Jovine

Dylan Jovine

CEO and Founder of Behind the Markets, LLC

Meet Dylan Jovine – Our Founder

  • 1991
    Dylan Jovine started his career on Wall Street in 1991.
    That’s where he was hired by Peter Jaquith, one of the investment bankers who became famous for saving New York City from bankruptcy in the 1970s’. That was a big break for a kid who grew up dirt poor on welfare and food stamps in Queens, New York.

    Although Dylan managed accounts, his passion lied in researching stocks.
  • 1991
    Within three years, Dylan Jovine earned a reputation for picking stocks right before they were taken over.
    This was in the early 1990’s, before the internet bull market. And Dylan Jovine, a 23-year old kid, is picking takeover after takeover.

    With his newfound talent and success, his clients bankrolled him to start his own brokerage firm.

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