Noah Barrett, CFA

Research Analyst

Noah Barrett is a Research Analyst at Janus Henderson Investors and lead on the firm’s Energy & Utilities Sector Research Team. Prior to joining Janus in 2015, he served as vice president with Institutional Capital LLC specializing in analysis and stock recommendations for the energy and transportation sectors. Mr. Barrett’s experience also includes working as an equity research analyst with Fiduciary Management Associates, LLC and as an associate in the credit risk management department at Morgan Stanley.

Mr. Barrett received his bachelor of arts degree in economics from Boston College, where he graduated cum laude. He holds an MBA with concentrations in finance, accounting and economics from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. He also completed the General Course at the London School of Economics. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 15 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Energy Companies Choose Different Paths Through Crisis

Energy Companies Choose Different Paths Through Crisis

In a disrupted environment, energy companies are being forced to adjust in the short term while staying mindful of positioning for future growth.

Battery Storage Solutions Key to Renewable Energy Transition

Battery Storage Solutions Key to Renewable Energy Transition

Why battery storage will be key to speeding the transition to renewable energy sources, and what it means for investors.

Navigating Uncertainty in the Energy Sector

Navigating Uncertainty in the Energy Sector

In the near term, investors may want to take a cautious approach to energy stocks as the sector grapples with both supply and demand shocks.

Energy Outlook: A Tale of Two Halves in 2020
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Energy Outlook: A Tale of Two Halves in 2020

The world has an oversupply of oil, but the second half of 2020 could present a different picture. Learn what the change could mean for beleaguered energy stocks.