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MacroMaven's Conceptual Strategist Sees Vigilantes In Your Future
Stephanie Pomboy, the founder and economist at MacroMavens, has been confounding, challenging, unsettling, jousting with and just generally intriguing the clients of her iconoclastic institutional research service ever since she struck out on her own, way way back in 2002.
Not your typical Wall Street approach to clients, to be sure. But it works for Stephanie. Perhaps because of the nearly dozen years of battlefield experience she had dealing with Ed Hyman and Nancy Lazar’s clients before hanging out her own shingle. [More]
Acute Observations, April 19, 2019
Perceptive Commentary from April 1-19, 2019
4/19/19 8:00 AMMatt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman
Imagine reading this report cold.
Prosecutors describe a president who was preoccupied with ending a federal investigation, a White House that repeatedly told misleading and changing stories, and a presidential campaign that was in repeated contact with Russian officials for reasons that are not always clear.
Even though prosecutors concluded that didn’t amount to provably criminal conduct, the report is astounding in its sweep. [More]
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