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Gary Dorsch (http://seekingalpha.com/by/author/gary-dorsch/) originally worked for Charles Schwab, and his analysis of the markets have been read for years by hedge fund managers and other professional investors. He now writes Global Money Trends (http://sirchartsalot.com/newsletters.php), a respected investment newsletter covering global asset markets. We think Gary is exceptional: he's one of the few writers who covers global markets with insight and brevity, and shows US-based investors how to invest in them. You'll find his work on ETF Investor and the international blogs.
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Sir Chartsalot Global Money Trends newsletter, published every Friday afternoon, after the NYSE close, with the latest updates, analysis, and Predictions of the (1) top Stock markets around the world, (2) Commodities - crude oil, coal, gold, base metals, and key Indexes, (3) Foreign currencies, - Australian dollar, Brazil ...More
Real, Chinese Yuan, the Euro, Japanese yen, Canadian $, and Mexican peso, etc (4) G-7 global bond markets and key central bank lending rates. Learn about “Inter-Market Technical Analysis” highlighting the dynamic inter-relationships between the foreign currency, commodity, interest rate, and stock markets from around the world, with many colorful charts. (5) See Hard-to-get Charts on the money supply, central bank interest rates, Treasury yield differentials, exports, crude oil inventories, etc, that influence the volatile commodity and global money markets. Follow the “Jawboning” exercises of central bankers, designed to influence trader psychology, and "Intervention" operations used to manipulate global currency and stock markets.
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