Next video:
Loading the player...

Hedgeye is an independent, conflict-free investment research and online financial media company. Our all-star research team of over 30 analysts across myriad sectors—from Macro, Energy and Industrials, to Retail, Financials and Healthcare—is committed to delivering actionable investment ideas of the highest caliber through rigorous quantitative, bottom-up and macro analysis with an emphasis on timing. Click here to learn more.

Related Articles
  1. Investing

    New Construction vs. Existing Homes

    Thinking of buying a new home? Consider the differences between new homes and existing construction.
  2. Insights

    What Does "Registered Users" Mean?

    Why are "registered users" such an important digital metric?
  3. Investing

    3 Reasons to Invest in Multi-family Real Estate

    Here are three reasons to consider investing in multi-family real estate.
  4. Insights

    What is the Macro Environment?

    The macro environment is the conditions existing in an economy as a whole, rather than in a single sector or region.
  5. Insights

    Buy Stocks Now? Nope. Here’s Why

    Hedgeye Senior Macro analyst Darius Dale explains the fallacy of Wall Street’s S&P 500 year-end targets.
  6. Investing

    8 Things to Consider Before Buying a Two-Family House

    Renters can help cover the mortgage payments, but property location, price and privacy are just a few of the things to consider.
  7. Investing

    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.
  8. Investing

    Repeat After Me: Valuation Is Not a Catalyst!

    Valuation is a powerful reasoning tool for asset allocation only if you've done the associated fundamental analysis.
  9. Investing

    McCullough: ‘Are You Bearish Enough?'

    Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough explains why most investors aren’t bearish enough.
  10. Investing

    Who Benefits From Bottom-Up Investing?

    Bottom-up investing analyzes individual stocks from a specific company rather than the economy and market cycles.
Hot Definitions
  1. Market Capitalization

    The total dollar market value of all of a company's outstanding shares. Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying ...
  2. Expense Ratio

    A measure of what it costs an investment company to operate a mutual fund. An expense ratio is determined through an annual ...
  3. Mezzanine Financing

    A hybrid of debt and equity financing that is typically used to finance the expansion of existing companies. Mezzanine financing ...
  4. Long Run

    A period of time in which all factors of production and costs are variable. In the long run, firms are able to adjust all ...
  5. Quasi Contract

    A legal agreement created by the courts between two parties who did not have a previous obligation to each other. A normal ...
  6. Wage-Price Spiral

    A macroeconomic theory to explain the cause-and-effect relationship between rising wages and rising prices, or inflation. ...
Trading Center