Hedgeye to Host First “Macrocosm” Investor Conference

Exclusive event will feature premier global investors and thought leaders

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

STAMFORD, Conn., November 16, 2015 -- Hedgeye Risk Management announced today that it is hosting “Macrocosm: The Dock Debates” to be held at The Loading Dock in Stamford, CT on November 18th. The conference is the independent financial research and media firm’s first investor conference and will showcase premier thought leaders and investors from across the globe.

 

Hedgeye to Host First “Macrocosm” Investor Conference - z mac

 

A series of speakers and debates will illuminate key market and economic topics and themes that will impact investors over the near and longer term.

 

The Macrocosm Investor Conference will feature hedge fund managers including Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn; Lucerne Capital’s Pieter Taselaar; and Critical Mass Partners’ Mike Taylor, as well as Michael Aronstein, Chairman and CEO of Marketfield Asset Management.

 

Additional speakers include James “Jim” Rickards, bestselling author of “Currency Wars” and “The Death of Money”; Daniel Lacalle, renowned European economist and author; Jurrien Timmer, director of Global Macro at Fidelity Investments and Neil Howe, a historian, economist and demographer credited with coining the term “Millennials” and best known for his work with William Strauss on social generations and generational cycles in American history.

 

Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough will moderate each 30 minute debate. Approximately 15 minutes will be allotted after each presentation for Q&A from conference attendees. The interactive forum intends to give behind-the-scenes access to listen to and interact with some of the greatest minds across numerous fields.

 

“The breadth and depth of the topics we are going to cover at Macrocosm offer a unique learning opportunity that Wall Street simply can’t provide,” said McCullough. “We are bringing together some of the world’s greatest investing minds in a small, interactive setting designed to encourage a free flowing exchange of ideas.”

 

This conference is a private event and is closed to the media.

 

*For more information about Macrocosm please email sales@hedgeye.com

   

ABOUT HEDGEYE RISK MANAGEMENT


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, Housing, and Materials.

 

CONTACT: Dan Holland

dholland@hedgeye.com

203.562.6500


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