Alan Bush

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Alan Bush
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Occupation Analyst
Employer Archer Financial Services
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile
Website archerfinancials.com

Alan Bush is a commodity analyst for Archer Financial Services, Inc.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Bush has been a commodity analyst since 1976, focusing on the fundamental and technical aspects of precious metals, stock indices, interest rate and foreign currency markets.

He has authored several articles for Futures Magazine and Stocks, Futures and Options magazine. Alan served on the faculty of Oakton College as instructor of a course entitled “Principles of Technical Analysis.”

Bush has been interviewed on many national television programs, appearing on the Nightly Business Report, CNBC, CNN Moneyline, Reuters Television and Web FN. In addition, he has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Bond Buyer and the Chicago Tribune and has been interviewed on Chicago’s WMAQ radio business reports.

Education[edit]

  • Elmhurst College, 1969-73

References[edit]

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