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Macroeconomics for investors is long overdue. Finally, a practical book that investors and students of macroeconomics can use to interpret macroeconomic events and their effects on the markets.The first part of the book analyzes the time period of 1970 to 2015 in search of relationships among asset classes (i.e. stocks, currencies, commodities, and bonds) and events findin Macroeconomics for investors is long overdue. Finally, a practical book that investors and students of macroeconomics can use to interpret macroeconomic events and their effects on the markets.The first part of the book analyzes the time period of 1970 to 2015 in search of relationships among asset classes (i.e. stocks, currencies, commodities, and bonds) and events finding unexpected connections, some busting conventional wisdom.Just as the first part is organized chronologically, the second is organized by topic. With a multi-dimensional subject, two passes are necessary to understand in its entirety. The second part seeks alpha in unexpected places.Did you know there are excess returns in the 12 months previous to the nomination of a Federal Reserve chairperson? The incumbent chairperson has incentives to seek favor with the President by decreasing rates. Seems pretty obvious, but does your macroeconomics textbook tell you that?The book also addresses the following: Are there signs of high probability that a recession will occur? How about a devaluation?Can I locate a country to obtain returns from an appreciating currency as well as from the asset itself?What effects does war have in the markets?And many more


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Macroeconomics for investors is long overdue. Finally, a practical book that investors and students of macroeconomics can use to interpret macroeconomic events and their effects on the markets.The first part of the book analyzes the time period of 1970 to 2015 in search of relationships among asset classes (i.e. stocks, currencies, commodities, and bonds) and events findin Macroeconomics for investors is long overdue. Finally, a practical book that investors and students of macroeconomics can use to interpret macroeconomic events and their effects on the markets.The first part of the book analyzes the time period of 1970 to 2015 in search of relationships among asset classes (i.e. stocks, currencies, commodities, and bonds) and events finding unexpected connections, some busting conventional wisdom.Just as the first part is organized chronologically, the second is organized by topic. With a multi-dimensional subject, two passes are necessary to understand in its entirety. The second part seeks alpha in unexpected places.Did you know there are excess returns in the 12 months previous to the nomination of a Federal Reserve chairperson? The incumbent chairperson has incentives to seek favor with the President by decreasing rates. Seems pretty obvious, but does your macroeconomics textbook tell you that?The book also addresses the following: Are there signs of high probability that a recession will occur? How about a devaluation?Can I locate a country to obtain returns from an appreciating currency as well as from the asset itself?What effects does war have in the markets?And many more

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