Drew Voros

Drew Voros has nearly 30 years' experience in financial journalism. He was a longtime business editor for the Oakland Tribune and sister papers of the Bay Area News Group, and finance writer for the Hollywood trade publication Variety. Voros' past roles have also included editor-in-chief at ETF.com and ETF Report.

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Roubini Sees $1,000 Gold, US Growth

While the ‘permabear’ economist doesn’t have much positive to say about commodities, he does see continued higher growth for the U.S. in 2014.

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Roubini Sees $1,000 Gold, Stronger US Growth

While the ‘permabear’ economist doesn’t have much positive to say about commodities, he does see continued higher growth for the U.S. in 2014.

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Schwab Preps Advisors For Fundamental ETFs

As a prelude to the launch of its own suite of ‘fundamental’ ETFs, the company targets advisors for fundamental education.

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Dash: Bloomberg Indexes To Fill Global Void

Index provider takes aim at the fixed-income, currencies and commodities markets.

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Edwards: Asian Currency Disaster Coming

Global strategist for Societe Generale says a potent fiscal storm is looming in Asia that will have wide-reaching impact.

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Van Eck's Foster On Gold & Silver

Analyst for Van Eck talks about the new gold investor dynamic developing and the mining sector.

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Van Eck’s Joe Foster On The New Two-Faced Gold Investor & When Silver’s Production Surge Will End

Analyst for Van Eck talks about the new gold investor dynamic developing and the mining sector.

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Patti: Volatility Proves Hedge Fund ETFs Work

IndexIQ chief says his company’s hedge fund replication has been battle tested during recent market volatility.

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Jeff Christian: Gold & Silver Lows Are In; US Mint Silver Shortages Are Misleading

Founder of CPM Group and frequent market commentator explains the triggers behind heavy selling of the yellow metal and why there really isn’t a silver shortage at the U.S. Mint.