HedgeyeTV Announces Move to Over-The-Top (OTT) Subscription Model with The Macro Show


STAMFORD, Conn., May 22, 2015 -- Hedgeye Risk Management, one of America’s leading independent investment research and media companies, announced today the official launch of The Macro Show, a live, fully interactive morning market discussion hosted by CEO Keith McCullough and analysts from the firm. The show distils the most significant market and economic developments and is followed by a live Q&A session featuring questions submitted from subscribers.


“By far, the most precious asset allocation for investors today is time. My team and I recognize this and created a product that delivers a ton of value in less than thirty minutes,” said CEO Keith McCullough. “Global Macro risk is dynamic, non-linear and constantly changing. My primary job as a risk manager is to prepare my subscribers as best I can and get in front of them everything they need to know before the market opens.”


Hedgeye has hosted a morning macro conference call exclusively for its institutional investor customers since the firm's inception.  Each show takes a close look at current asset allocation, followed by McCullough’s “Top-3 Things” that matter most in the markets, the “Grind” (a systematic look at various key market levels) and a brief market commentary. Each show concludes with a question and answer session. The introductory price is $39.95 for a monthly subscription.


“With the introduction of the Morning Macro show, HedgeyeTV is not only launching its first premium subscription product, but we are also opening up to the wider investing community a hallmark event in the day of many hedge fund and Wall Street investment firms,” said Hedgeye President Michael Blum. “For the first time ever, smaller investors are now able to see what happens behind closed doors at Wall Street firms on every trading day.”


HedgeyeTV was launched in 2013 and produces daily video content, including programs such as Real Conversations which has featured notable guests including investor Mario Gabelli, national bestselling “Currency Wars” author James Rickards, Jim Grant, founder of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab & Co. and Stephen Roach, Yale University professor and former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia.


Here’s a link to a brief explanatory video about the Macro Show.



About Hedgeye


Hedgeye Risk Management is an independent investment research and media firm. Focused exclusively on generating and delivering actionable 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 world's most regarded research analysts, all with buy-side experience, covering Macro, Financials, Energy, Healthcare, Retail, Gaming, Lodging & Leisure (GLL), Restaurants, Industrials, Consumer Staples, Internet & Media. The firm is united around a vision of uncompromised real-time investment research as a service.


Visit the Hedgeye website for more information.

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