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1. Under 60 Seconds: Tiffany's Earnings Report | $TIF (3/18/2016)
Hedgeye Retail analyst Brian McGough highlights three key points from Tiffany's latest earnings report.
2. Why This Presidential Election Will Be A ‘Bare Knuckle Brawl’ (3/18/2016)
In this brief HedgeyeTV video excerpt, Potomac Research Group Chief Political Strategist JT Taylor recaps Super Tuesday, with Hedgeye Director of Research Daryl Jones, and discusses who will be the next Democratic and Republican nominees.
3. REPLAY on HedgeyeTV | Tom Tobin on What's Next For VRX and Much More (3/17/2016)
Healthcare Analysts Tom Tobin and Andrew Freedman were live in the studio earlier today. Watch the replay below.
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Topics will included:
- JOLTS release this morning
- Update on MEDNAX (MD)
- Key takeaways from their proprietary maternity tracker
- And what's next for Valeant (VRX)
4. McCullough: The Belief System Is Breaking Down (3/16/2016)
In this excerpt from The Macro Show this morning, Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough responds to a subscriber’s question on investing in a world riddled with global central bank interventionism.
5. REPLAY | Restaurants & Consumer Staples Q&A (3/15/2016)
Our Restaurants and Consumer Staples analysts Howard Penney and Shayne Laidlaw were LIVE in the studio Wednesday. The duo discussed key issues affecting investors including industry trends, recent developments and provide an overview of their best ideas.
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6. Rickards: Why Gold Is Going To $10,000 (3/15/2016)
Bestselling author Jim Rickards sits down with Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough to discuss his new book “The New Case for Gold” and why a cocktail of factors makes it more critical than ever for investors to protect their portfolios with gold.
7. McCullough: Beware the Reflation Trade Risk (3/14/2016)
In this brief excerpt of The Macro Show earlier today, Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough discusses this week’s Fed meeting, the recent reflation trade bounce and takes a deep dive into commodities markets.
8. Young Guns | How Slowing U.S. Growth Impacts Sectors (3/19/2016)
In this edition of Young Guns, Hedgeye’s millennial-aged analysts Andrew Freedman (Healthcare), Alec Richards (Retail) and Ben Ryan (Materials) discuss how current macro trends are impacting their sectors – the balance between macro and fundamentals, the economic trends that matter, and stocks that outperform in a slow growth environment.
Editor's Note: Please see highlighted in yellow below the trend range for Pimco 25+ Year Zero Coupon US Treasury ETF (ZROZ). Enjoy your weekend.
Trade :: Trend :: Tail Process - These are three durations over which we analyze investment ideas and themes. Hedgeye has created a process as a way of characterizing our investment ideas and their risk profiles, to fit the investing strategies and preferences of our subscribers.
- "Trade" is a duration of 3 weeks or less
- "Trend" is a duration of 3 months or more
- "Tail" is a duration of 3 years or less
Our cartoonist Bob Rich captures the tenor on Wall Street every weekday in Hedgeye's widely-acclaimed Cartoon of the Day. Below are his five latest cartoons. We hope you enjoy his humor and wit as filtered through Hedgeye's market insights. (Click here to receive our daily cartoon for free.)
1. Herd mentality (3/18/2016)
Definition of "Herd Mentality" via Wikipedia:
"Herd mentality, or mob mentality, describes how people are influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors, follow trends, and/or purchase items. Examples of the herd mentality include stock market trends, superstition and home décor... Driven by emotional reactions such as greed and fear, investors can be seen to join in frantic purchasing and sales of stocks, creating bubbles and crashes."
2. Cukoo Markets (3/17/2016)
Markets remain at the mercy of a mercurial Fed.
3. Atlas shrugged (3/16/2016)
The most recent round of permabull narratives rests on an increasingly shaky foundation.
4. crude or crud? (3/15/2016)
Oil prices continue to fall despite Wall Street's continued predictions otherwise.
5. Fed Day (3/14/2016)
Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough wrote in this morning's Early Look:
"... On cyclical stuff that has been crashing for 1-3 years, we’re “off the lows”, bros! And the Fed is going to be hawkish about that on Wednesday because:
- Deflation In Commodities has had another short-term “reflation” (isn’t that “transitory” btw?)
- Late Cycle Employment reports (while slowing in rate of change terms) are still “good”
In this edition of Young Guns, Hedgeye’s millennial-aged analysts Andrew Freedman (Healthcare), Alec Richards (Retail) and Ben Ryan (Materials) discuss how current macro trends are impacting their sectors – the balance between macro and fundamentals, the economic trends that matter, and stocks the outperform in a slow growth environment.
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