Gary Smith NewsNation, FOX News, Bio, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Salary and Net Worth

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Gary Smith Biography and Wiki

Gary Smith is an American journalist currently serving as a business contributor at Newsnation. He joined NewsNation in June 2023. Previously, he served as a FOX News Contributor for more than twenty-five years appearing on both FOX News Channel (FNC) and FOX Business Network. Before his work on FOX News, he worked as the contributing editor for The Real Money website and The from 1997 to 2005. Smith even worked as a consulting marketer for IBM from 1980 to 1995 before switching his career. He even wrote various columns for sports illustrated.

Gary Smith Age

How old is Gary? Smith is 71 years old as of 2021. He was born Gary B. Smith on October 27, 1953, in Pennsylvania, United States. His birthday is celebrated on 27th October every year. His zodiac birth sign is Virgo. READ: Jonathan Serrie

Gary Smith Education

Smith attended the Salisbury Senior High School. Later, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in management science and economics from Duke University back in 1979. From there he received his Masters of Business Administration from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1980.

Gary Smith Nationality and Ethnicity

Smith is an American national by birth. He was born and brought up in an all-American middle-class family situated in the United States. He is of white ethnicity/heritage.

Gary Smith Height

Smith stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch. He also maintains an average body weight of around 58 kilograms. However, information regarding his other body measurements is currently not yet available. Moreover, Gary’s hair color is black and his eyes are dark brown.

Gary Smith Family | Parents

Smith grew up in a simple suburban neighborhood situated in Pennsylvania, USA by his parents. He grew up as the son of Bernard Smith (mother) and Phyllis Smith (father). His mother was a housewife while his father served as a New York Times journalist in the early 1960s and 1950s. Gary also has one sister named Tracy Smith. READ: Charo Washer

Gary Smith Wife

Is Gary Married? Smith is currently married to his wife, Nancy Faigen. The two met and dated for a very long time before they got hitched in early 1980. Together the couple is blessed with two daughters named Katherine Faigen and Diana Smith. The Family resides in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

Gary Smith Children

Smith and his wife, Nancy share two daughters. They include Katherine Faigen and Diana Smith. Katherine is a happily married woman and she likes posting pictures of her daughter (Gary’s granddaughter) on her Instagram account while Diana currently lives and works in Washington D.C.

Gary Smith Salary

Smith serving as a business contributor at Newsnation earns an annual salary ranging from $95,000 to $150,000. READ: Steve Wyche 

Gary Smith Net Worth

Gary is a renowned American journalist and conservative commentator with an estimated net worth of around $2 million.

Gary Smith NewsNation | FOX News

Gary joined NewsNation as a business contributor in June 2023, bringing with him the moniker “The Chartman” due to his renowned expertise as one of America’s top “chartists.” With his adept technical analysis, he guides investors toward financial freedom through insightful strategies. READ: Erin Billups

Before joining NewsNation, Gary was a distinguished FOX News Contributor for nearly 25 years, appearing regularly on both FOX News Channel (FNC) and FOX Business Network (FBN). He became a fixture of FNC’s and FBN’s business and financial news coverage, offering commentary on diverse topics ranging from daily market updates to dissecting crucial decisions made by the Federal Reserve.

Prior to his tenure at FOX, Gary served as a contributing editor for and contributed articles to both and from 1997 to 2005. During this time, he also authored a popular daily subscription newsletter for titled “The Chartman’s Top Stocks.” His professional journey began at IBM, where he held various marketing and consulting roles from 1980 to 1995, before transitioning to sports journalism with a stint at Sports Illustrated from 1995 to 1997.