Perhaps more than any other time in the last six decades, the fate of markets is inextricably intertwined with the ebb and flow of geopolitics. From the ECB’s attempts to use the central bank’s balance sheet to influence political outcomes across the eurozone to Saudi Arabia’s efforts to transform the kingdom’s influence over crude prices into an instrument of foreign policy, it’s become increasingly clear that one simply cannot fully comprehend market movements without a thorough understanding of concurrent political outcomes. Drawing on extensive experience in both politics and finance, Heisenberg will help demystify a world in which investors can no longer hope to conceptualize markets as existing in anything that even approximates a vacuum.
Heisenberg spent a long time in college. Probably too long. Be that as it may, the experience afforded him extensive cross-disciplinary experience.
From Aristotle to Kant to Wittgenstein, from Hobbes to Locke to Rousseau, from plain vanilla equities to FX to CDS, Heisenberg is right at home. With degrees in political science and business, as well as extensive post graduate work in political science and public administration, Heisenberg is uniquely positioned to analyze markets from a holistic perspective. He also has a sense of humor, which allows him to fully appreciate how entertaining it is to talk about himself in the third person.
Heisenberg has traded pretty much everything at one time or another and if he hasn’t traded it, he’s studied it enough to drive himself just as crazy as if he had.
He doesn’t sleep much because the terminal doesn’t sleep and neither, generally speaking, do currency markets.
Enjoy Heisenberg responsibly and do not operate heavy machinery after reading until you know how Heisenberg will affect you.