George Tchetvertakov — Writer, Journalist, Market Analyst and Business Consultant
George has contributed articles and editorial opinion pieces to over a dozen print and online publications around the world – covering a variety of topics including fundamentals, technical analysis, geopolitics, trading and economics. His understanding of the financial arena and insightful market commentary in recent years has helped thousands of investors attain an edge in today's seemingly unpredictable and highly volatile markets.
In 2011 and 2012, George spoke at length at various lectures, seminars and in his regular market commentary about the dangers of excessive risk-taking in currency markets. He forewarned leading FX industry participants – including the company he was working for at the time (Alpari UK) – of the dangers posed by central banks conducting artificial currency interventions. His analysis and concerns were overlooked while the vulnerabilities he identified were not remedied -- thereby contributing to the infamous "Black Swan" event on 15 January 2015 that led to the collapse of Alpari UK and several other retail brokers.
In 2011, George was voted '30th Most Influential Person in the FX/CFD Industry' by 'The Exchange' magazine.
Over the past decade, George has obtained a proven track record of raising company exposure and valuations, while obtaining significant experience in Investor & Public Relations and producing insightful content covering Australian, Canadian, British, European and US-listed companies. He has written about macroeconomics, mining, commodities, oil, metals, equity, and bond markets and has been published in over 20 publications.
He's delved into a kaleidoscope of poignant themes currently shaping modern cultures such as gene editing, Covid-19, vaccines, identity politics, 3D printing, technocrats, monopolies, online privacy, herd behaviour, medicinal cannabis, hemp, IPOs, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, e-commerce, the Internet of Things, cybersecurity, 5G, automation, roundtable groups, human intelligence and cosmology...
...while also addressing some lighthearted topics such as psychedelics, stock forums, eSports, electric cars, VR headsets, dodgy FX companies, Brexit, corporate culture, the meaning of Love and how to sell a house.
George’s approach to market analysis stems from his natural analytical ability combined with apt scepticism of market consensus that fails to acknowledge or question the dysfunctional and illusory dynamics of financial markets.
Moreover, he possesses an acutely candid and vociferous writing style, which, despite occasionally sparking consternation and cognitive dissonance amongst reprobates, astutely identifies value and assists in delivering dynamic solutions and results.
George sees issues such as fractional reserve banking, market manipulation, corruption, regulatory failure, market collusion and centralisation in most industries as gateways to understanding the interconnected holistic nature of the financial arena, and, society as a whole.
He's been described as a "didactic dazzler scribing pro bona fide in the wild" following his nexus of astonishing revelations on a broad range of subjects spanning both the physical and metaphysical realms; including economics, politics, literature, history, current affairs, philosophy, epistemology, psychology, occulted knowledge of Natural Law, synchrony and morality.
The TraderSphere Blog showcases content contributed by George Tchetvertakov to various companies and publications since 2004. Content includes editorials, research reports, educational material, videos, presentations, satire, poetry and creative writing focusing on socioeconomics, geopolitical events and financial markets.
Given how polarised and tribalistic the world has become, across all sectors, geographies and societies, specific focus is on the dysfunctional nature of the so-called "system" operating in full view but largely misunderstood by most market participants.
Well informed decisions can only be made with an objective sight of reality as opposed to a subjective view ensnared in illusion.