Here's a quick look at some of the top videos, cartoons, market insights and more from Hedgeye this past week.
Contributor Call: Get Long $CTO Says Harvard Financial Analysts Club "Stock Pitch" Winners
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough talks with two members of the Harvard Financial Analysts Club (HFAC) who had the winning idea in a Stock Pitch Contest co-hosted by Harvard University and Seeking Alpha.
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough talks with two members of the Harvard Financial Analysts Club (HFAC) who had the winning idea in a Stock Pitch Contest co-hosted by Harvard University and Seeking Alpha. Kevin Li and David Reading walk through their long thesis on Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. (CTO) and field questions from Keith.
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Hedgeye's Morning Macro Call with CEO Keith McCullough 12/8
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HEDGEYE IN THE MEDIA
McCullough on Fox Business: U.S. Becoming a "Gigantic Centrally Planned Project"
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough appeared on Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo Thursday morning.
In the segment below, he talks about the better than expected retail sales numbers, where the economy is now, and what to expect from the Fed moving into 2015.
Regarding cost of living, Keith reiterates that despite some savings at the gas pump, two thirds of the U.S. is not feeling the economic recovery thanks to central planning.
Speaking of central planning, Keith talks about the impact of ECB President Mario Draghi's behavior on U.S. equities and what's next for European markets.
Lastly, Keith discusses the regulation of the financials sector, and why it's important to stay long the long bond:
(Not So) Happy Meal
McDonald's takes it on the chin as the fast-food giant posts its biggest domestic same-store sales drop in over a decade.
The epic crash in oil continues with crude down over -40% since June.
Tizzle In The System
POLL OF THE DAY
Poll of the Day: Will Oil Prices Fall Below $50 in 2015?
Oil prices have plunged 40% in the last six months. Is the steep decline over or will the sell-off continue? We wanted to know what you think.