Topdown Charts 2021 End of Year Special Report
(50 of our best/worst/favorite charts of 2021 and ones to watch in 2022)
2021 End of Year Special Edition [Free Download]
This report includes 50 of our best, worst, and favorite charts of 2021 and the must-see macro/market charts to have on your radar in 2022…
(n.b. please see the alternate download link if the above attachment does not work)
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This report takes a different format than the usual weekly slide deck: reviewing the key charts of 2021, before going through the ones to watch for 2022. As a holiday treat I have decided to provide the full report free to our followers and supporters.
Specifically, the contents:
Charts That Worked
Charts That Didn't Work
My Favorite Charts
Charts to Watch in 2022
People's Choice Charts
New Asset Class Coverage
I hope you enjoy this selection of charts which I have meticulously handpicked from reviewing all of the Weekly Macro Themes reports of the past year. As an exercise in reflection, this has been extremely useful as I continue to hone my craft and refine the reports (…not to mention giving me a number of ideas to work on in the year ahead!).
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Checkout the last few editions of the Chart of the Week:
OECD Leading Indicator MashUp (and a possible 2022 growth scare)
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People who are time poor: they just want the key points
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What is the Weekly Insights report?
An outline of what’s included in the service, the key features/benefits, and who the service was designed for.
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Comparing and contrasting the entry-level vs the full-service.
Some thoughts and figures on track record (i.e. “why should I trust you?“)
Research Process and Philosophy
How I approach the world of macro and markets, framework and thinking, key beliefs, objectives and scope of the research.
Details on the Quarterly pack, what it is, a free sample, and why it is useful.
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