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Bruce Zaro

Bruce Zaro

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Over his 20-year investment career, Mr. Zaro has become a highly-regarded technical analyst who runs private client portfolios at Delta Global. For the last 3 years, he served as Managing Director of Granite Wealth Management outside of Boston and spent nearly 15 years prior as a Vice President at Gage Wiley & Co. His current firm is full-service, but specializes in providing international market access as well as alternative investment strategies.

  • Outlook 2007: Commodities

    Published 04 January 2007 | viewed 3,678 times

    In part 2 of this 3-part series on market technicals, Bruce Zaro takes a look forward at the technical condition of a number of commodities,…

  • 2006 in Review December 28, 2006

    Published 28 December 2006 | viewed 2,955 times

    In part 1 of this 3-part series on market technicals, Bruce Zaro takes a look back at 2006 and tries to put it into perspective.…

  • Oil, Gas and Canadian Trusts Update

    Published 10 November 2006 | viewed 2,948 times

    Last week's announcement from Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty that the royalty trust structure would essentially be abolished after 2011 sent the market into a…

  • Commodities: a Technical Update

    Published 27 September 2006 | viewed 3,308 times

    With the gut-wrenching volatility we've seen in commodities markets lately, it seemed an appropriate time to take a look at some key components in this…

  • Oh Canada! Technical Strength Continues up North

    Published 02 August 2006 | viewed 3,077 times

    The S&P Toronto Stock Exchange 60 index (SPTSE) carries a 45% weighting in energy and materials which, like the NASDAQ and technology, makes it a…

  • Mid Term Exam

    Published 25 April 2006 | viewed 3,183 times

    While many of the best and brightest college students are preparing for the final exams, investors may take themselves back a few years to happily…

  • Triangle in Crude Resolves to the Upside

    Published 04 March 2006 | viewed 3,587 times

    In technical analysis, triangle patterns are like a traffic bottleneck; when 3 lanes of highway are reduced to 2 and then 1, driving space simply…

  • U.S. Market: Will the Strong Start in '06 Last?

    Published 12 January 2006 | viewed 4,051 times

    In November, I wrote that the US market needed a pause in its bounce off the October lows. The overbought conditions at that time were…

  • Golden Moves

    Published 11 January 2006 | viewed 2,928 times

    The fundamental reasons gold is rising are numerous and have been discussed over and over on this site and elsewhere: ultimate store of value, jewelry…

  • Thanksgiving Nap

    Published 09 November 2005 | viewed 4,022 times

    Recent market action is very typical of fourth quarter trading. Although we are in the seasonally favorable November to April period (see Yale Hirsch's Stock…

  • Just a Little More Selling

    Published 31 October 2005 | viewed 3,760 times

    One reason the market has been struggling to work meaningfully higher for nearly two years is that we haven't seen any panic-stricken, oversold extremes. Sure,…

  • Commodity Stock Markets: a Technical Look

    Published 29 September 2005 | viewed 4,961 times

    For some time, I've been watching the global commodity trend closely for signs the game has ended. Concerned with the prospect of economic slowdown in…

  • Wait on Biotechs Despite Recent Strength

    Published 11 August 2005 | viewed 2,349 times

    With investor optimism toward the stock market returning, I felt it appropriate to write a follow-up to my most recent article, "Semiconductors Confirming Economic Strength,"…

  • Semiconductors Confirming Economic Strength

    Published 01 August 2005 | viewed 2,782 times

    Technology shares have remained a thorn in investors' sides since the unwinding of the 1995-2000 tech boom and the group, broadly speaking, has left many…

  • Global Stock Market Snapshot

    Published 23 June 2005 | viewed 3,706 times

    Many global stock markets are seeing a late spring recovery rally after a difficult April. Today international equity markets can move in tandem, but at…

  • Commodity Investments - Stress at the Trend Lines

    Published 04 June 2005 | viewed 3,759 times

    Commodity-based investments have historically displayed definitive cycles that experience dramatic peaks and valleys. Technical, chart-based analytical tools that anticipate price movements can give a heads…

  • Commodities Stocks - Trouble or Opportunity?

    Published 14 May 2005 | viewed 4,589 times

    In his 2003 book, Adventure Capitalist, famed investor Jim Rogers reiterated his prediction of a long and profitable run for commodity-based investments. That turned out…