RV Blog Macro


In the quest for sustainable market success, traders need a system they can trust. When choosing between a systematic and discretionary approach, it really all comes down to how you make decisions.

In this issue, we’ll cover 3 things:

— The pros and cons of a rules-based trading system.
— Why some investors prefer a discretionary trading system.
— How to personalize a strategy that fits your unique goals and mindset.

Global macro can be intimidating at first glance, but it’s the framework used by some of the best minds on Real Vision… Let’s try to understand why.

In this issue, we’ll cover 3 things:

— How a global macro strategy differs from other techniques.
— The key to forming your macro investing strategy.
— How macro traders “express” their views.

MMT isn’t a solution to all economic problems, and arguments around high budget deficits and the risk of rising inflation expose the theory’s potential flaws. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, elements of MMT are making their way into many economies. The MMT debate isn’t about to cool off, and the intensity will only increase with time.

This economic phenomenon combines two or three negative economic trends that rarely occur together: poor economic growth, high inflation, and high unemployment levels.

The Consumer Price Index is essentially a measure of inflation, or deflation, if prices decrease. Learn how investors use this data to make the right moves.

Not all economists agree on the exact definition of an economic depression. Some say it only lasts as long as GDP growth is negative, but others say it lasts until the country’s economy returns to a normal level.

Hyperinflation tends to be rare, but it has occurred several times throughout recent history. Learn about how hyperinflation can affect the market and your finances.

SPACs don’t always perform according to expectations. Learn more about how special purpose acquisition companies work, and how to tell if they are a good investment.

Whether you’re looking to grow your business or finance bigger projects, you will need working capital. At its core, working capital supports your daily running costs, funds operations, and may help you stay afloat during tough times.

You may see this type of equity referred to by several different names, including net assets, residual equity, or stockholder’s’ equity. Shareholders’ equity is an important aspect of a company’s balance sheet.


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