Gary Dorsch

Articles by Gary Dorsch

October has a reputation as a graveyard for many Bull markets, a reputation that was enshrined by the “Black Monday,” Crash in October 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrials plunged -22% in a single day. And then again in October 2008, the...
After nearly six years of unprecedented intervention by the world’s top central banks, the world’s financial markets are hopelessly broken. What used to be accepted as market gospel and guided investors’ decisions in the marketplace,...
For the Nasdaq-100 Index, the Bull market turned five years old in November. Wall Street hopes the hard-charging NASDAQ Bull - that has more than tripled investors’ money since Nov 2008 is still in good enough shape to keep the gains...
Navigating a metals mining company through the treacherous seas of the global economy is no easy task. There are many headwinds that can capsize a mining company or steer it far off course, if the captain of the ship doesn’t read the...
"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 about, and are least likely to execute. The most important single thing I learned is that...
Investing in the foreign exchange market is like judging a reverse beauty content, that is to say, trying to select the currency that looks the least ugly at any given moment in time. Almost every major central bank is trying to devalue...
More than 100,000 Iraqi soldiers backed up by 700 tanks invaded the Gulf state of Kuwait in the early hours of August 2, 1990. Saddam Hussein threatened to turn Kuwait city into a "graveyard" if any other country dared to challenge the "...
78 percent of the yearly gold supply--is made into jewelry.