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  1. Options & Futures

    4 Equity Derivatives And How They Work

    Equity derivatives offer retail investors opportunities to benefit from an underlying security without owning the security itself.
  2. Trading Strategies

    4 Common Active Trading Strategies

    Active trading entails buying and selling securities with the intent of profiting from short-term price movements.
  3. Markets

    What Drives Oil Prices?

    Have you ever wondered why oil’s price fluctuates more than the value of other investments?
  4. Economics

    Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP)

    A negative interest rate policy is an unconventional monetary policy tool in which nominal target interest rates are set below zero.
  5. Investing

    Why We’re Bearish On U.S. Housing

    Hedgeye analyst Josh Steiner discusses the reasons behind our decision to go from bullish to bearish on the U.S. housing market.
  6. Stock Analysis

    Cerus Corp. May Have Treatment For Zika Virus

    There might be a cure for the Zika virus which is starting to garner widespread media attention as the threat of the mosquito borne disease increases.
  7. Investing News

    Tufts Economists: TPP Will Reduce U.S. GDP

    According to economists at Tufts University, the TPP agreement will destroy half a million jobs in the U.S. by 2025.
  8. Investing

    This Market Indicator Is Predicting a Crash

    Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough highlights how two consecutive quarters of negative profit growth always leads to...
  9. Term

    The Implications of Nonfarm Payroll

    The nonfarm payroll is a key economic indicator that’s closely monitored by analysts and investors around the world.
  10. Forex

    The Consumer Price Index

    Find out how this economic measure can help you make key financial decisions.
  11. Economics

    Why Spiking Inventories Spell Trouble For Stocks

    During this brief excerpt from The Macro Show, Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough explains why rising inventories represent significant risk for companies, equity markets and the U.S. economy.
  12. Personal Finance

    Renovating Vs. Moving: What's the Right Decision for Seniors?

    As seniors age, they often find their once-perfect homes lack the amenities they need to live comfortably and independently.
  13. Professionals

    A Day in the Life of a Public Accountant

    There’s no typical day in the life of a public accountant, but one accountant’s experience may shed some light on what the career entails.
  14. Economics

    Understanding the History of Money

    Money has been a part of human history for at least 3,000 years, evolving from bartering to banknotes.
  15. Home & Auto

    The Pros and Cons of Buying Vs. Building a Home

    Before you decide whether to buy or build a home, you should weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each scenario.
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