Gary Gordon

About the Author Gary Gordon

Gary A. Gordon, MS, CFP® is the president of Pacific Park Financial, Inc., a Registered Investment Adviser with the SEC. He has more than 25 years of experience as a personal coach in “money matters,” including risk assessment, small business development and portfolio management.

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY): Stock Market Anxiety? It’s Not Clinton-Trump, It’s The U.S. Federal Reserve

The financial media rely heavily on advertising sales from financial firms. Conflict of interest?

How to Prepare For The Credit Cycle’s End

An economy begins to grow, picks up steam, peaks, slows down, and eventually contracts. The process is known as the business cycle – …

Stock Market Levity: What Goes Down Must Come Up?

Issac Newton is famous for having said, “What goes up must come down.” He is equally well-remembered for a falling apple striking his noggin, …

Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA): Buy Or Sell? Depends On The “Feds”

A client recently asked me for an opinion on Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). I snickered.

New Highs for U.S. Stocks: A Vote Of Confidence For The Economy?

Wall Street analysts may regard the U.S.

Bonds Say To Stocks, “We’re Just Not That Into You”

Five years ago, several European countries (e.g.

Time In The Markets, Not ‘Timing’ The Markets? At Least Know The Facts

What do China, Japan, India, England, Germany… heck, most of the significant economies around the globe, share in common? Bear market declines in …

Market Overview: Why Stocks Have Gone Nowhere For 18 Months (And Counting)

Some charts are more interesting than others. For example, Rob Isbitts at Sungarden Investment Research pointed out that the three-year return for the S&P 500 …

Low Rates Do Not Justify Perpetual Increases In Stock Prices

Some investors have come to believe that ultra-low interest rates alone have made traditional valuations obsolete. The irony of the error in judgment?

S&P 500: Here’s Why It Makes Sense to Reduce Exposure to Stocks

You cannot make this stuff up. The median stock in the S&P 500 has never been more overvalued on price-to-earnings growth (PEG) and …

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