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About 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 22 years of experience as a personal coach in “money matters,” including risk assessment, small business development and portfolio management.

Gary is often asked to consult as an educator. He has taught financial concepts in Mexico, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the United States.

As a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®), Gary has distinguished himself as a reputable and trusted investor advocate. He writes commentary for ETF Expert, Green Faucet, Seeking Alpha and The Street. Gary’s participation on local and national radio has spanned more than a decade, and he currently hosts the ETF Expert Show.

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Here are my most recent posts

ETFs Let You Invest With Your Head, Rather Than Your Heart

If anyone would have told me in 2011 that the “China neighbor” theme would struggle for as long as it has, I would have dismissed the argument outright. I had lived in places like ...

Against the Herd: Lower Rates Rather Than Higher Rates In 2014

Bloomberg News surveyed banks and securities companies on where the 10-year Treasury yield would finish 2014. Economist forecasts averaged 3.41%. With 2013 closing near 3.01%, perceived ...

Low P/E ETFs Become Less Risky When They Boast Technical Uptrends

Many value-oriented stock pickers do not see a self-sustaining U.S. economy and they continue to play “Taps” on their trumpets. Commonly cited warning signs include: (1) The 10-year ...

How To Buy Your Favorite ETFs On A Pullback

The search for the last bear grumbling is on and WSJ.com located one of the contestants. Peter Boockvar, managing director and chief market analyst at the Lindsey Group, estimates that ...

3 Reasons Foreign Stock ETFs Can Outperform U.S. Stock ETFs

Some media writers have expressed little surprise by the extent of the run-up in U.S. stocks. It’s one thing to be bullish. It’s quite another to look at 28% year-to-date gains ...

Are Low Volatility ETFs Safer In A Rising Rate Environment?

Headline unemployment has fallen to a 5-year low of 7%. The perception that job growth is strengthening may pressure the Federal Reserve to curb its program of electronically printing ...

Three Potential Surprises To Tempt The “Early Bird” ETF Investor

After eight consecutive weeks of U.S. stock dominance, a few days of selling pressure should not come as a shock to anyone. In fact, it does not matter if the profit-taking is due to ...

ETF Investor Implications Of An Absence In Sector Rotation

Over the last month, investors have witnessed a variety of strange events. The Republican party ungracefully bowed out of its bid to derail Obamacare during the tail end of the government ...

Should Changing Market Dynamics Concern Small-Cap ETF Owners?

For the better part of 6 months, small company stocks have outperformed large company stocks. That’s not unusual for an unapologetic bull rally. Indeed, if investors are embracing ...

Are Metal Miner ETFs Producing Again?

Prior to the collapse of real estate, tradable securities as well as dozens of global financial heavyweights in 2008, investors bet heavily on emerging market growth. Indeed, exporting ...