If there is a better way to begin your market morning than with The Macro Show we haven't seen it yet. Hosted by Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough at 9:00am ET, this special online broadcast offers smart investors and traders of all stripes the sharpest insights and clearest market analysis available on Wall Street. The icing on the cake is the interactive component at the show's conclusion where our team answers subscriber questions during live Q&A.View Sample
Our non-consensus analysts distill all the latest global market and economic developments and how to position yourself accordingly. We analyze anything and everything under the sun that could possibly affect your portfolio including current market trends, interest rates, commodity and currency movements, central bank policy and much more.
The Macro Show offers serious investors serious bang for their buck. Here’s a snapshot of what to expect:
We have developed a well-earned reputation for being straight shooters unafraid to take on conflicted consensus and make bold contrarian calls. With a subscription to The Macro Show, you get a front-row seat to all the action and ideas. At just over $1 a day, it’s one of the best offers you’ll ever get.View Sample
Our team is made up of some of the smartest, hardest-working and most successful buy-side and sell-side analysts in finance. We bring to the table a robust and deep background in macro and sector specific research. From Energy and Industrials, to Retail and Financials and everything in-between, you’ll be hard-pressed to find an independent research firm which offers such a complete and integrated approach to investing analysis. The Macro Show is a direct beneficiary of this unique combination of talent our firm offers.
Hedgye analysts continue to make some of the boldest and most successful market calls on Wall Street. This includes contrarian economic and market calls, sector turns, as well as successful Buy/Sell calls on companies ranging from Restoration Hardware and McDonald’s to Kinder Morgan and LinkedIn.
Our firm prides itself on creating a close-knit, team atmosphere which encourages free-flowing communication between analysts across all of our sector coverage areas. Hedgeye’s open-office format with analysts sitting in close proximity to one another increases back-and-forth interplay. The end result? Enhanced investment idea generation. The big winner? You.
We have no conflicts of interest like a trading desk and we don’t run any money. What we do have is a proven, repeatable research process and models which are proprietary to our firm. In other words, our customers pay us for our research—end of story. Usually, we get the call right. When we don’t, we aim to “fail fast,” own the mistake, and move on to the next idea with full disclosure.
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough has been a fixture on financial TV and radio for years. The former hedge fund manager was a co-host with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business’ Mornings with Maria, a frequent CNBC market contributor, and regularly appeared on Bloomberg and CNN. He now hosts The Macro Show weekday mornings on HedgeyeTV, where he helps investors distill market and economic developments to benefit their portfolios. HedgeyeTV is also home to some of the most thoughtful interviews you’ll find anywhere. Guests have included everyone from Mario Gabelli and Jim Rickards, to Liz Ann Sonders and David Stockman, just to name a few. Keith was also recently featured in a Huffington Post story, “Meet The Man Who Wants To Build The ESPN Of Finance.”
Hedgeye Risk Management is an independent investment research and online financial media company, focused exclusively on generating and delivering thoughtful investment ideas in a proven buy-side process. The firm combines quantitative, bottom-up and macro analysis with an emphasis on timing. The Hedgeye team features some of the most highly-regarded research analysts on Wall Street, covering Macro, Financials, Energy, Healthcare, Retail, Gaming, Lodging & Leisure (GLL), Restaurants, Industrials, Consumer Staples, Internet & Media, Housing, Materials, Technology, Demography and Washington policy analysis, including Macro, Energy, Healthcare, Telecom & Media and Defense.