Here's a quick look at some of the top videos, cartoons, market insights and more from Hedgeye this past week.
Real Conversations: Crisis Coming? Stockman on ‘Likely Global Recession’
David Stockman, the outspoken former Reagan budget director and bestselling author of “The Great Deformation,” sits down with Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough to discuss a number of important subjects in this wide-ranging interview including consequences of what the Fed is currently doing and why a global recession may be in store.
EXCERPT | Are Global Central Banks Running Out Of Bullets? A Call with John B. Taylor
This is an excerpt from the Q&A portion of the Hedgeye Macro Team's conference call with Stanford University Professor John B. Taylor.
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COMPLIMENTARY VIDEO | Hedgeye's Morning Macro Call with CEO Keith McCullough 11/12/14
We are pleased to present this complimentary peek behind-the-macro-scenes of Hedgeye's daily Morning Macro Call for institutional subscribers. Watch for a special appearance by retail analyst Brian McGough during the Q&A.
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HEDGEYE IN THE MEDIA
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough Warns About Bull on Fox Business: Beware of "Rainbows In Puppy Land"
Outspoken Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough minced no words and pulled zero punches discussing the bull market run on Fox Business' "Opening Bell' Thursday morning, reminding viewers of the 'fetal position' many were in just a month ago.
Gambling central bankers across the globe are torching their currencies, inflating dangerous bubbles, and threatening markets and economic stability around the world.
On The Other Hand
On the one hand, gas prices have dropped for 46 straight days to their lowest level in four years.
How 'Bout That Weimar Nikkei!
"[T]hose who were long Japanese stocks for a centrally planned “economic recovery” (i.e. those who were down, in Nikkei terms -10-15% at one point this year before Abe/Kuroda devalued, again)," wrote CEO Keith McCullough in Thursday's Morning Newsletter, "have seen a +20% return from Japan’s October 17th low of 14,532 (as the economy continued to slow). 'So,' call being long Japan (or Germany’s stock market in 1924) for the wrong reasons, a win!"
Liquidity Traps = Bearish
POLL OF THE DAY
Does Russia Pose a Threat to Stocks?
According to its top commander, NATO officials have seen Russian combat troops and military equipment entering Ukraine this week. This comes on the heels of increased tensions between Russia and the West over recent months, including a sharp uptick in Russian fighters and bombers flying missions over Europe.