Gary Gordon

Certified Financial Planner Gary A. Gordon, MS, is the president of Pacific Park Financial, an SEC-registered investment adviser in California. He has more than 25 years of experience as a personal coach in money matters, including risk assessment, small-business development and portfolio management, and has taught finance in Mexico, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S. He wrote the draft copy for Maverick Investing, a McGraw-Hill publication, and writes commentary for Seeking Alpha in addition to ETF Expert, for which he also hosts the ETF Expert Radio Podcast.

Recent Articles By The Author

When Exchange-Traded Investments Recover

When Exchange-Traded Investments Recover

There are times when enough evidence comes to the forefront to make a rational re-entry into certain ETFs, such as commodities.

3 ETF Trends That Might Shock the 'Risk-On' Mindset

3 ETF Trends That Might Shock the 'Risk-On' Mindset

Think long bonds, China and steep yield curves.

How Low P/E ETFs Can Become Less Risky

How Low P/E ETFs Can Become Less Risky

The cheap can always get cheaper.

3 New Year's Resolutions an ETF Investor Can Keep

3 New Year's Resolutions an ETF Investor Can Keep

Stop the bleeding, think globally and question common sense.

3 ETFs That Will Benefit From Capital Shifting Abroad

3 ETFs That Will Benefit From Capital Shifting Abroad

A perception that foreign countries are still loosening monetary policy while the U.S. may be tightening and/or maintaining its monetary stance could lead to a changing of the guard.

How Diversified ETF Portfolios can Make You Feel Like a Loser

How Diversified ETF Portfolios can Make You Feel Like a Loser

Successful investing has never been about throwing the most touchdowns in a single season, it is about making rational decisions to achieve the ultimate goal.

Stock ETFs for the 2014 Battle Against Global Deflation

Stock ETFs for the 2014 Battle Against Global Deflation

Despite talk of deflation, Gary Gordon sees bright spots in dividend-paying U.S stock assets and dollar-hedged foreign stock assets.

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

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

Think value, volume and stimulus.

Regional Bank ETFs Stronger, Financial Sector ETFs Weaker

Regional Bank ETFs Stronger, Financial Sector ETFs Weaker

Why? For one thing, loan growth and loan quality at the regional level are more beneficial to shareholders than the slower loan growth and questionable loan quality at larger institutions.

What Current Fed Policy Will Mean for Stock ETFs in 2014

What Current Fed Policy Will Mean for Stock ETFs in 2014

Brokerage and regional bank ETFs are among those that should do well.