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What is a good reading list for Global Macro investing? What does Bridgewater, Bervan Howard, Soros, AQR etc. use to teach their staff about macroeconomic investing?

Let us assume a top-class education at the undergraduate level in economics, maths, and economic history so as to avoid the common recommendations of not very useful introductory texts.

Note: Global Macro Investing involves expressing views on commodities, rates, FX, Real Estate, Equities and other asset classes using ownership, futures, or options to find relative value and generate alpha on a global basis.

For example: Short USDTRY on asset outflows from turkey due to geo-political risk and US tightening cycle compared to TRY printing/easing.

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There are quite a few books in the market on global macro strategies, the following could be useful:

  • Bernad Baumohl (2012) The Secrets of Economic Indicators: Hidden Clues to Future Economic Trends and Investment Opportunities
  • Greg Gliner (2014) Global Macro Trading: Profiting in a New World Economy

Also try reading Burstein's book

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