The global economy and investment landscape is undergoing drastic, structural changes. Characterized as the French Revolution of Wall Street, the GME short squeeze and retail investor empowerment are a symptom rather than the cause of a much more complex set of underlying trends that are redefining the way we interact with markets, money, technology, and society. Was it the advent of smartphone-based brokerage apps? The market crash of 2008? The dotcom bubble and the propagation of internet technology and culture worldwide? This blog strives to unpack the convoluted threads of this story in order to make more sense of today’s uncertain world.
Macro-Global Disruption will strive to provide commentary, analysis, and context to inform your decision-making in a rapidly-changing world. Ranging from a discussion of emerging trends in tech and sustainable industry to the impact of geopolitics and society on markets, Macro-Global Disruption is dedicated to expanding the horizons of our understanding for informed and responsible investing. All views reflected herein are personal opinions of the author, and should not be taken as investment or financial advice.