Q2 Macro Themes Call Today

Q2 Macro Themes Call Today  - 2Q13clients 04.16.13

 

Hedgeye's Macro Team, led by CEO Keith McCullough and DOR Daryl Jones, is hosting its highly anticipated Quarterly Macro Themes conference call with a presentation and a live Q&A session for participants. The presentation highlights the three most important macro trends that our team has identified for the quarter, analyzing potential impacts across multiple scenarios and identifying investment opportunities. The Q2 2013 Macro Themes Call will be held today, April 16th at 1:00pm EDT.              

 

 

Q2 THEMES INCLUDE:

 

#GrowthAccelerating: After a positive growth inflection in the U.S. macro data to start the year, the key risk management consideration from here is whether domestic growth can accelerate in the face of seasonal and fiscal policy headwinds. Alongside strong dollar benefits to discretionary demand, labor market, housing, and birth trends should remain supportive of consumption over the intermediate term. 

 

#StrongDollar: It all starts and ends with the Buck. We see a stronger U.S. dollar deflating Bernanke's commodity bubbles which should boost U.S. consumption. In particular, we highlight a bullish set-up for the USD versus the EUR and JPY.

 

#EmergingOutflows: Consistent with our call for continued U.S. dollar strength and commodity deflation, we think the very early innings of the next round of emerging market crises is upon us. Sustained USD appreciation exposes EMEs to a variety of economic risks that asset allocators have not had to appropriately discount for over a decade.

 

 

CALL DETAILS 

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  • Conference Code: 714341#
  • Materials: CLICK HERE (Slides will download one hour prior to the start of the call.) 


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