In this second installment of our recent interview with J2Z Founder and Principal Jay Pelosky, Pelosky lays out the implications of his Tri Polar World (TPW) theme. According to Pelosky, TPW simply means we are now in a world of 1) Insufficient demand; 2) Excess supply; 3) No inflation; and 4) Excess debt. It comes from his view that, “2008 was not only a financial crisis and crash, but it also meant the crash of all major global growth models at the same time.” He speaks with Hedgeye Director of Research Daryl Jones.
Europe's Battles Against Apple, Google, Innovation & Jobs
"“I am very concerned the E.U. maintains a battle against the American giants while doing everything possible to sustain so-called national champions," writes economist Daniel Lacalle. "Attacking innovation doesn’t create jobs.”read more
Energy Stocks: Time to Buy? Here's What You Need to Know
If you're heavily-invested in Energy stocks it's been a heck of a year. Energy is the worst-performing sector in the S&P 500 year-to-date and value investors are now hunting for bargains in the oil patch. Before you buy, here's what you need to know.read more
Amazon's New 'Big Idea': Ignore It At Your Own Peril
"We all see another ‘big idea’ out of Amazon (or the press making one up) just about every day," writes Retail Sector Head Brian McGough. "But whatever you do, DON’T ignore this one!"read more