Steph Pomboy 1-on-1 with Keith McCullough

Hedgeye, Released on 5/3/24

We are thrilled to announce that Steph Pomboy, the founder of Macro Mavens, will join Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough for a special edition of Real Conversations. This event will take place in front of a live audience during our 3rd annual Investor Conference Hedgeye Live. Steph and Keith will explore the nuances of the current macroeconomic landscape. They’ll offer their expert insights and forecast how these conditions might influence global markets (and your portfolio) throughout 2024.

Stephanie Pomboy is an economist and founder of the economic research firm MacroMavens. Before launching her firm, Pomboy worked as a managing director at an independent economic research firm ISI Group from 1991 to 2002. She provided timely financial insight and analysis to the country’s most sophisticated and largest institutions. Then, she began her career at Cyrus J. Lawrence LLC’s investment management company after earning a bachelor’s degree in 1990. Pomboy spent over a decade working with Ed Hyman and Nancy Lazar at ISI Group and Cyrus J. Lawrence LLC. In addition, Pomboy hosts a joint podcast called The Super Terrific Happy Hour with Grant Williams of Things That Make You Go Hmmm… newsletter.

Mr. Keith R. McCullough is the Founder and CEO of Hedgeye Risk Management LLC. He covers the strategy sector at the firm. Prior to founding the firm, Mr. McCullough was a Partner, Portfolio Manager, and Managing Director at the Carlyle-Bluewave Partners hedge fund. Prior to that, he was a Portfolio Manager at Magnetar Capital; a Founder, Managing Partner and Co-Portfolio Manager at Falconhenge Partners, LLC; and Partner, Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Dawson Herman Capital Management. Mr. McCullough got his start as an Institutional Equity Sales Analyst at Credit Suisse First Boston. He is currently co-chair of the NYC Bipartisan Policy Center; he writes regularly for Fortune and Forbes and is the author of the popular book, Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager.

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Karl Graz!
Really great if you enjoy hearing people citing a list of statistics.
Watched about five or six minutes and pulled the plug. I’ll find some other way to waste my time.