Financial Sense Market Observation with Gary Dorsch

Gary Dorsch

Gary Dorsch Bio & Archive

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BIO

Gary Dorsch is editor of Global Money Trends, a bi-weekly subscription newsletter and President of SirChartsAlot, Inc. Mr. Dorsch worked on the trading floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for nine years as the chief Financial Futures Analyst for three clearing firms, Oppenheimer Rouse Futures Inc, GH Miller and Company, and a commodity fund at the LNS Financial Group. As a transactional broker for Charles Schwab's Global Investment Services department, Mr. Dorsch handled thousands of customer trades in 45 stock exchanges around the world. From 2000 thru September 2005 he wrote a weekly newsletter called, Foreign Currency Trends for Charles Schwab's Global Investment department. He He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Arizona State University. Gary is also an editorial contributor to FinancialSense.com.

OBSERVATIONS ARCHIVES

06/30/2010 What's behind the Global Flight into Gold?
05/26/2010 Phase #2 of the Euro-Zone Debt Crisis
04/28/2010 Could a Greek Tragedy Morph into a Lehman Meltdown?
03/31/2010 Greenspan Signals Warnings for Bubble-Maniacs
03/17/2010 Canadian Dollar Goes Loonie, Reaching Parity with US Dollar
02/24/2010 Bond Vigilantes Set Sights On Sovereign Debt
01/27/2010 Emerging Markets, Copper, Tumble on Quantitative Tightening
12/22/2009 The Message of the Yield Curve
09/11/2009 G-20 Inflates the Global Economy to Prosperity
08/11/2009 Chinese Red-Chips Show Signs of Fatigue
05/27/2009 Can North Korean Nukes Rattle Global Markets?
05/05/2009 "Green Shoots" Sprouting in Global Markets
03/24/2009 Can the Treasury's Ponzi Scheme Lift the Stock Market?
09/09/2008 "Maverick McCain" and the Resurrection of the US$
08/13/2008 Aussie Dollar Tracking Commodity Markets, Interest Rates
07/31/2008 The Arcane World of Commodities & Currencies
05/29/2008 Is Crude Oil a "Bubble" Ready to Burst?
05/15/2008 Government Inflation Data at Odds With Reality
05/08/2008 G-7 Central Bankers Stymied by "Crude Oil Vigilantes"
05/01/2008 What's Behind the Slide in Gold and Silver?
04/24/2008 US$ Stabilizes as US Interest Rates Bottom Out
04/10/2008 The British Ounce Toppled by Housing Woes
04/03/2008 Tax Payer Bail-Out Ideas Stabilize US Dollar, Trip Gold
03/13/2008 Global "Oil Shock" Rattles World Stock Markets
03/06/2008 Fed Rate Cuts Backfire, Lead to Quagmire of "Stagflation"
02/28/2008 The US Dollar is Sinking Into the "Stagflation" Trap
02/14/2008 Central Bankers Fueling Global Commodity Inflation
02/07/2008 Gold Traders See Thru ECB's "Smoke and Mirrors"
01/31/2008 Is the Psychotic Stock Market a Replay of 2000-02?
01/24/2008 Fed Rate Cuts Can Backfire by Lifting Crude Oil Higher
01/10/2008 Fed Chief Bernanke Signals Rate Cut to Rescue Wall Street
01/03/2008 A "Head and Shoulders" Top for the Dow Jones Industrials?
12/27/2007 "Tricky" Trichet Whipsaws the Euro
12/13/2007 G-10 Central Banks Aim to Cap Libor Rates
12/06/2007 Behind the Bank of England's Base Rate Cut
11/29/2007 The Epic Battle Over Crude Oil and the US$
10/18/2007 Global Exodus From US Dollar in Motion
10/11/2007 How High Can Shanghai Red-Chips Fly? - Chinese Red-Chips
10/04/2007 The Bernanke Put Lifts Aussie Dollar to 18-Year High
09/27/2007 Markets Betting on More Fed Rate Cuts
09/20/2007 Bernanke Fed Strikes Out: US$ Plunges, Gold Soars, T-Notes Sink
08/30/2007 The "Commodity Super Cycle" Stalls Out
08/23/2007 Hopes for an Easier Fed Policy Boost the Euro and Copper
07/31/2007 Dow Jones Industrials Skating on Thin Ice
06/07/2007 Bank of Japan Signals Summer Rate Hike
05/31/2007 Have Global Stock Markets Become China Centric?
05/24/2007 Guru Greenspan Turns Bearish on Shanghai Red-Chips

Contact Information

Gary Dorsch SirChartsAlot, Inc.
Editor, Global Money Trends
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