Former CNBC Executive Joins Hedgeye

Hedgeye Risk Management, the leading real-time investment research firm, today announced that Jeremy Pink, former Senior Vice-President, Business News at CNBC, has joined the firm as a Managing Director to lead their mass-market product and media efforts.
“We’re excited about having a distinguished executive on our team.  Jeremy shares our vision for redefining the financial media space; the depth and breadth of his experience will help accelerate building out that aspect of our business,” said Keith McCullough, Founder and CEO of Hedgeye Risk Management.   
“Hedgeye’s dedicated team of analysts and researchers creates some of the most innovative and original content about financial markets and macroeconomics of anyone in the world. I am delighted to help bring that original content to retail investors around the globe,” Mr. Pink said in a statement.  “Hedgeye’s analysis and insight promises transparency, accountability and trust; attributes that smart investors demand in today’s volatile global markets.”

Hedgeye is pushing its resources into building its mass-market business with a real-time stock alerts product and daily newsletter to start.  Mr. Pink will be developing more subscription products targeted at this market segment with brokerage accounts, half of who don’t trade at all and an over-whelming majority who trade between just 1-10 times per year.  Hedgeye’s value proposition around real-time risk management and its principles of transparency, accountability and trust, give it confidence that retail investors will inevitably subscribe and become more active in managing their own portfolios.

Hedgeye Risk Management, a leading on-line financial media and information company, delivers real-time research to institutional and individual investors. Hedgeye generates and delivers actionable investment ideas by combining quantitative, bottom-up and macro analysis with an emphasis on timing. The Hedgeye team includes some of the world’s most highly regarded research analysts – united around a vision of independent, un-compromised real-time investment research, as a service.

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