This blog presents an introduction to Bitcoin Magazine Pro’s latest report, entitled: ‘July Monthly Report: Long Live Macro.’ You’ll find the full report here.
With 2022 well past the halfway point, it is abundantly clear that long/short macro investing has come back with vengeance. Riding high following the stimulus-frenzied market of 2020/2021, 2022 has been characterised by soaring inflation, hawkish central bank monetary policy, cratering asset prices and increasing geopolitical tension between economic superpowers.
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About the Report
In Bitcoin Magazine Pro’s latest monthly report, Dylan LeClair and Sam Rule dive into the dynamic macroeconomic landscape, which will use a multidimensional approach to analyze financial markets and economic data. Here’s a summary of the report’s contents:
Long Live Macro
- Risk Parity Correlation, Recession
- Inflation, Federal Reserve Policy
- Global Indicators, Eurodollar Curve
- Spending Percentage Of Tax Receipts
- Net Worth, Negative Real Yields
- Compressed Valuations
- Rising U.S. Dollar Risk
- Earnings Projections, PMI Slowdown
Illiquidity And Volatility
- Credit Spreads, Unemployment
- Extreme Tail Risks
- Central Bank Balance Sheets
- Days Below Realized Price
- Put/Call Options, Perps Funding
- Global M2 Growth
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