• 4 hours Russia Aims To Become World's Top Gold Producer
  • 20 hours Global Tech Stocks On Edge Over Trump TikTok Ban
  • 1 day Cobalt Squeeze Threatens The Electric Vehicle Boom
  • 2 days COVID Has Sparked A Surge In Cybercrime
  • 2 days Precious Metals Bulls Still Have Plenty Of Room To Run
  • 3 days The U.S. Has The Tech To Go Green, But Will It Use It?
  • 3 days Massive Losses Force Russian Commodities Giant To Slash Dividends
  • 4 days Markets Up On Stimulus Hope
  • 4 days UK To Invest In Europe's First Geothermal Lithium Recovery Plant
  • 5 days TikTok Takes Center Stage In US-China Tech War
  • 5 days Are Semiconductor Stocks Overvalued?
  • 6 days Jobs Report Doesn’t Say Much Amid COVID Uncertainty
  • 6 days Crypto FOMO Heats Up As Bitcoin Climbs Above $11,000
  • 7 days Aluminum Is Bouncing Back In China
  • 7 days The Deep-Sea Mining Debate
  • 8 days Markets Trending Down Despite Tech Blow-Out
  • 8 days Big Oil Battered On Dismal Earnings
  • 9 days Russian Billionaire Bails On Mid-Sized Gold Miner
  • 9 days Gold Stocks Gear Up For A Big Autumn
  • 10 days America Is Looking To Bring Nuclear Power To Space

Gary Dorsch

Gary Dorsch

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

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, including Australia, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, the Euro zone, London, Toronto, South Africa, Mexico, and New Zealand, and Canadian oil trusts, ADR's and Exchange Traded Funds.

He wrote a weekly newsletter from 2000 thru September 2005 called, "Foreign Currency Trends" for Charles Schwab's Global Investment department, featuring inter-market technical analysis, to understand the dynamic inter-relationships between the foreign exchange, global bond and stock markets, and key industrial commodities.

  • Is the US-Dollar Headed for a Mighty Crash?

    Published 20 May 2009 | viewed 5,508 times

    Each month, the US Treasury publishes its International Capital account, (TIC) which foreign currency traders and bond dealers use to gauge the flows of money…

  • "Green Shoots" Sprouting in Global Markets

    Published 05 May 2009 | viewed 3,455 times

    An eight-week-long upturn in European, Japanese, US and emerging stock markets since March 10th has sparked a wave of optimistic commentaries in the financial media,…

  • New Bubbles Brewing in Shanghai and Wall Street

    Published 14 April 2009 | viewed 5,044 times

    Since the historic 1987 stock market crash, the Federal Reserve has responded to every recession in the US economy by slashing interest rates, and funneling…

  • Speculators Return to Commodities, Aussie and Canadian Dollar

    Published 02 April 2009 | viewed 4,661 times

    There are times when it pays to be a contrarian, to think outside-the-box, to bet against the conventional wisdom of the crowd, and ignore the…

  • Central Banks Unleash the Nuclear Option

    Published 19 March 2009 | viewed 5,127 times

    Desperate times call for desperate measures. As the global "credit crunch" has grown increasingly severe, central bankers are examining the Great Depression of the 1930's…

  • US-Dollar Shines in a Depression, China buys Metals

    Published 05 March 2009 | viewed 4,784 times

    "De-leveraging" and "Risk Aversion" are the buzzwords cited by many currency analysts, to explain the puzzling strength of the US-dollar, which has climbed by more…

  • Fractures in Euro Currency, Banking Turmoil, Lifting Gold

    Published 17 February 2009 | viewed 5,358 times

    For almost a decade, yields on bonds issued by different Euro-zone governments moved close together. By joining the Euro-bloc currency regime, every member state could…

  • Gold is a Safe-Haven amid Global Depression

    Published 03 February 2009 | viewed 5,166 times

    "If you want to continue to be the slaves of bankers, and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let bankers continue to create…

  • Preserving Wealth during the Global Banking Crisis

    Published 21 January 2009 | viewed 5,170 times

    "Accepting losses is the single most important investment device to insure safety of capital. It is also the action that most people know the least…

  • Searching for a Bottom in Industrial Commodities

    Published 08 January 2009 | viewed 3,730 times

    What was viewed as inconceivable a year ago is now a reality - roughly $30-trillion of wealth was erased from global stock markets, during a…

  • Beware - "Quantitative Easing" is Hallucinogenic

    Published 17 December 2008 | viewed 3,447 times

    American bankers are so fearful of a replay of the 1930's Great Depression, they've finally reached the point of "No-return," - lending $30-billion to Uncle…

  • Central Bankers Open the Floodgates to Fight Deflation

    Published 03 December 2008 | viewed 4,138 times

    In the early 1980's, the Federal Reserve's headlines figures for the M1, M2, and M3 money supply aggregates flashed at the top of trader's radar…

  • Can Central Bankers Prevent the Great Depression?

    Published 18 November 2008 | viewed 6,440 times

    Amid the worst financial crisis and market meltdowns since the 1930's, the world's top-20 central bankers and finance ministers are busy at work, inflating the…

  • After Shocks from the October Meltdown

    Published 06 November 2008 | viewed 3,506 times

    October is famous for stock markets crashes, - the Crash of 1929, "Black Monday" 1987, the Asian Contagion crash in October 1997, and the Sub-Prime…

  • Mixing of US Election Politics with Crude Oil

    Published 21 October 2008 | viewed 3,877 times

    With two weeks left before the US presidential election, is Arizona Senator John "Maverick" McCain's sprint for the White House at a dead-end? His challenger,…

  • Weapons of Financial Mass Destruction

    Published 08 October 2008 | viewed 4,735 times

    The latest downward spiral in the global commodity and stock markets, coinciding with several high profile bank failures, is conjuring up fears of the calamities…

  • Will the US Dollar Drown in an Ocean of Debt?

    Published 24 September 2008 | viewed 5,929 times

    About $3.6 trillion of market value was wiped-out from global stock markets in the three-days between Sept 15-17th, triggered by the bankruptcy filing by Lehman…

  • "Maverick McCain" and the Resurrection of the US$

    Published 10 September 2008 | viewed 5,627 times

    "As soon as you think you've got the key to the stock market, they change the lock," lamented Joe Granville, who is mostly remembered for…

  • Is the "Commodity Super Cycle" Dead or Alive?

    Published 20 August 2008 | viewed 2,798 times

    "Those who had been riding the upward wave decide now is the time to get out. Those who thought the rally would last forever, find…

  • New Buzzword for Commodities - "Demand Destruction"

    Published 06 August 2008 | viewed 3,164 times

    Jesse Livermore, the world's greatest trader used to say, "Remember, the market is designed to fool most of the people most of the time. Sometimes,…