Jason Ditz

Jason Ditz


Jason Ditz is the News Editor for Antiwar.com. He has 10 years of experience in foreign policy research and his work has appeared in Forbes, Toronto Star, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Providence Journal, Washington Times and the Detroit Free Press.

Recent articles

Underpants, Ground Beef, and Car Dealerships: A History of Leucadia National

Likely the most well-known of the Mini Berkshires, Leucadia National is still something of a mystery, with a complex history and an array of businesses that can look overwhelming on the surface. Here, we look deeper into the history of the company, and how it came to be involved in so many businesses.

How to Invest in the Opening of Mexico's Oil Market

The Mexican Senate has finally signed off on a bill that will end almost 80 years of state monopoly on oil production. Which stocks are the most likely to get in on this new market?

Europe's Looming Gas Crisis: The Winners and Losers

With fall and winter just around the corner, the unresolved Ukraine gas dispute will soon become a continent-wide crisis, threatening vital imports. Here we examine which companies are in the best position to benefit from this, and who the big losers could be.

Leviathan Gas Deal Could Be a Big Win for Noble Energy

BG Group has signed a letter of intent seeking a major purchase of natural gas from Israel's offshore Leviathan reservoir. Here we examine what this could mean for the primary companies involved in the project.

Drilling for Profits in Oil Services

The latest oil boom has driven the oil majors up to new highs, and while it may be late to start investing there, oil and gas services companies are bargains not yet recognized by the market.

What Gaming Console Company Is the Best Investment?

The transition to the latest generation of video game consoles was awkward, but sales are now picking up speed. We take a close look at where the big three console makers stand in the early going.

Investing in the Iraq Breakup: 3 Stocks to Benefit

Iraq is falling apart, and as al-Qaeda fighters tear through the north and west of the country, a split seems more and more likely. But some companies are positioned to benefit from this.