Joe Gits

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Joe Gits
Occupation CEO
Employer Social Market Analytics, Inc.
Location Chicago
Twitter @smainfo
Personal Twitter @Joseph_gits
LinkedIn Profile

Joe Gits is a data professional who is the co-founder and CEO at Social Market Analytics, Inc.[1]


Gits worked for Quantitative Analytics, Inc. before it was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2007.[2] He remained with the company as executive vice president until 2012 when he co-founded Social Market Analytics, Inc.


Gits received his Bachelor's Degree in Finance from the University of Iowa. He furthered his education at Depaul University, where he received an MBA in Finance from the Charles H. Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.[3]

Video Interviews[edit]

Joe Gits discusses how to make money in the stock market using social media. By reviewing the top 20 companies being discussed on twitter along with the bottom 20, predictions can be made as to which stock prices will increase and decrease. #Making Money in Social Media: Interview at Fox Business

MarketsWiki Education[edit]

Gits participated in the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in New York at Nasdaq in July of 2017.


  1. The Team. Social Market Analytics, Inc..
  2. Making a Break Count - College of Business at Illinois.
  3. "Joe Gits' Linkedin Page".
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