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Gregory Dorsey is editor of Leeb's Real World Investing and a contributor to several other Leeb Group publications, including The Complete Investor. Dorsey has spent more than 25 years analyzing stocks and writing on an array of investment topics. He has written for and edited several award-winning newsletters during his career and has become adept at boiling down complex, often arcane issues into concise, easy-to-understand language, a rarity on Wall Street these days. He specializes in providing readers with in-depth analysis of undervalued resource stocks and small cap shares. Dorsey also serves as a portfolio manager for a New York-based investment firm. Before joining the Leeb Group team, Dorsey ran an investment management firm that he founded. Prior to that, he worked for more than a decade at a leading investment newsletter publisher, researching stocks and providing clients with expert investment advice. With Stephen Leeb he co-authored "Red Alert: How China's Growing Prosperity Threatens the American Way of Life," which was honored with a prestigious Axiom Business Book Award for 2012, recognizing it as one of the world's best business titles published during the year.
These Three Triggers Will Produce a Resurgence in Natural Resources Prices: Greg Dorsey (4/17/13) Three trends will light a fire under natural resource prices and equities in the coming years, according Greg Dorsey, editor of Leeb's Real World Investing. Buying small- to mid-cap equities now and holding them as a long-term option against the metal price is a winning strategy, whether you are talking about gold, silver, copper, platinum or palladium. In this interview with The Gold Report, Dorsey shares the names of favorite companies that could profit from the expected surge.