This course is an introduction to one of the most lucrative and robust investing strategies — global macro. You will begin by learning the history of global macro with an introduction to the billionaires who use this strategy to score huge profits year after year. You’ll also learn why global macro is so successful and why it will continue to work in perpetuity.
Next we’ll jump into the nitty gritty of the analysis involved with global macro. We’ll cover the Marcus Trifecta, an analytical framework designed to find the biggest trends in the market. The trifecta includes fundamental, technical, and sentiment analysis. No other investing or trading strategy combines and utilizes all of these types of analysis.
The course will take around 90 minutes to complete and is comprised of slides and charting software with engaging narration on top.
Take this course if you are serious about learning a professional trading and investing strategy that you can use for the long haul.
Learn about the first trader to unlock the power of global macro. He made 100 million dollars during the U.S. great depression!
George Soros is one of the most successful investors and traders who ever lived. He pocketed a billion dollars in one day from shorting the British pound.
Paul Tudor Jones is a billionaire legend who has yet to have a losing year in the markets. Find out what he believes are the most important concepts for a trader to know.
Ray Dalio focuses exclusively on global macro fundamentals. Learn how the most successful investor of all time has impacted investment theory. He's completely changed the way people think about macroeconomics.
Before committing to an investment approach, you want to be sure it’s worth your time. Learn why global macro has the ability to grow and scale along with your trading account.
In this lecture we take a deep dive into the history of markets, trends, and psychology. You’ll see how global macro profits from psychological and economic cycles observed since the beginning of time. By the end, you'll understand why this is such a robust trading strategy.
Global macro involves taking all types of trades in all types of markets. This isn’t just a long equity strategy. With your mind "rewired" for a go-anywhere, trade anything method, you’ll be able to capitalize on any trend around the world, long or short.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, global macro investing actually thrives off the concentration of positions. Learn why diversifying in global macro is your worst enemy.
Part of thinking like a global macro trader involves finding themes in the market. When you start looking for themes instead of single one-off events, you’ll start finding huge trends.
In order to succeed with this strategy, you must learn to cut trades that go against you. You’re doomed without the "trade it don't date it" mindset.
This lecture introduces the nuts and bolts of global macro analysis. You will learn the three areas of analysis that global macro investors use to find attractive trades.
Most of the economic theory that schools teach is not rooted in reality. Learn why models from academia fail in real world markets and why we need to follow the models created by actual profitable traders.
This lecture will introduce you to Ray Dalio’s transactions model. This model is a more accurate example of how economies work. Understanding it is the key to gaining a solid grasp of macro fundamentals.
If you don't understand liquidity, you can’t succeed in global macro. Learn why liquidity is the most important macro fundamental.
Central banks are extremely important because they control liquidity in the financial system. Because of their power, we need to understand their motivations and how they operate. You will develop a basic understanding of these institutions after watching this lecture.
Price charts are incredibly important to global macro traders. Without them, you’re trading "blind". This lecture will teach you how and why we use price charts in this strategy.
Determining the long term trend will keep you from getting run over in the markets. By the end of this lecture you’ll be able to easily identify the long term trend in any market with one simple technical input.
Global macro traders use classical technical analysis to spot ideal chart patterns. Learn the basics behind how to identify simple and robust price patterns that will give you specific entry and exit parameters.
Day trading, although glorified by many, is the "blue collar" approach to trading and investing. Learn how to correctly calibrate time frames on a chart to make the market work for you.
Learn to discover how the most influential traders are positioned in the market. You will explore COT reports and 13F filings in this lecture.
Figure out how to analyze the reaction to the news, rather than the news itself.
This lecture showcases one of our featured billionaires, George Soros, using global macro analysis to spot one of the biggest trends of 2013. He pocketed around a billion dollars on this one trade.
You get to see exactly how I found and executed the crude oil short that netted my firm thousands in profits.
This lecture shows how global macro analysis would lead you into one of the hottest bull market trends of 2015.
A review of everything taught in the Intro to Global Macro Investing Course.
A presentation on what to do after the course! Join a free community of global macro traders and investors from all around the world.
Tyler Kling is the co-founder of Macro Ops, a global macro research and education firm.
Before Macro Ops, Tyler led the proprietary trading desk at a $100 million family office where he oversaw multiple traders and managed the firm's global macro portfolio.
In addition to his duties on the trade desk, Tyler also consulted the family office's in-house fund of funds in the areas of portfolio manager evaluation and overall portfolio construction.
Before trading in liquid markets, Tyler invested and managed distressed real estate projects after the 2008 financial crisis.
Tyler received a CQF from the Fitch Learning Center in London, England where he studied under famous quants such as Paul Wilmott.
He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration with an emphasis in finance, economics, and entrepreneurship from the McComb's School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.