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Brent Donnelly has excelled himself once again, adding Friday Speedrun to his vast catalogue of publications (AM/FX, Alpha Trader, 50 Trades in 50 Weeks and the Art of Currency Trading). Friday Speedrun is a concise read, an excellent review of the trading week, that is packed full of the key drivers and themes that dominated global markets. Brent's natural style and decades of experience on the sell and buy side makes this piece an easy read and is always thought provoking.
We can't say enough about how much we enjoy The Monday Morning Notes from The Blind Squirrel. Whether it's the diligent and honest review of the Acorn portfolio, the array of topics/themes from Australia, TLT, Mercedes-Benz, Crude, Doordash, Regulatory Arb, Private Equity Holdings, IPO's, Uranium etc etc or simply just the exemplary graphics. This content is a joy to read, provides a giggle or two and most importantly is extremely informative.
It's rare to find someone so open about their trade ideas, review their recommendations as well as outline the lessons they've learnt from their drawdowns!
A fan favourite of HarksterHQ, it's been impressive to watch the consistency of his equity future trading style, discipline and core focus on process. Adam's concise daily newsletter offers accurate levels, actionable trading plans and insight into the art and science of trading from the perspective of a professional trader.
The BondBeat is written by an ex-sell side independent rate strategist and macro enthusiast that consumes much of the street’s research and synthesizes it into one extraordinary concise daily piece. It is an exceptionally consistent daily Substack that focuses on the key drivers and narratives of the fixed income markets.
Energy in the crypto space has reignited in 2023, aided by the Nasdaq's outperformance, the Fed's QT, EM devaluations led by ARS/TRY and the new AI infused world. Ecoinometrics navigates brilliantly both the world of traditional macroeconomics and the landscape of digital assets. This newsletter mirrors the essence of Harkster, with a focus on extracting the signal from the noise, separating what matters from what doesn't and to understand what really drives the mkt.
Maybe it’s just the fantastic memes that The MacroTourist opens with, but HarksterHQ always enjoys Kevin Muir's newsletter. His extremely honest approach is well defined by his favourite tag line ... "all I bring to the party is 25 years of mistakes". His cross-asset focus, concise synopsis and open-minded analysis to current market conditions is delivered without a bearish or bullish bias. He looks to highlight and share his best risk/reward trading and investing opportunities.