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Troubling Signals Inside The U.S. Economy?
Restaurants, Consumer Staples & Cannabis
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Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 @ 12:00pm ET

Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough sits down with veteran Restaurants, Consumer Staples and Cannabis analyst Howard Penney to discuss critical signals inside the U.S. economy.


Restaurants, Consumer Staples and Cannabis Sector Head Howard Penney’s research coverage focuses on the restaurant industry and other Consumer Staples sectors in the U.S. He has over three decades of experience following consumer related sectors including tobacco, beverage (including Latin America), gaming, and restaurants. Prior to Hedgeye Risk Management, Howard spent 14 years at Morgan Stanley, including working on the Macro team covering small company strategy. During his tenure at Morgan Stanley, Howard was ranked #1 by Institutional Investor (Restaurants) and #1 in the WSJ poll (Tobacco). Following Morgan Stanley Howard worked at FBR and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.


Prior to founding Hedgeye Risk Management, Keith built a successful track record as a hedge fund manager at the Carlyle-Blue Wave Partners hedge fund, Magnetar Capital, Falconhenge Partners, and Dawson-Herman Capital Management. He is the author of the popular book, Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager and regularly shares his market and economic commentary on Fortune, Investopedia and other financial websites.

Keith McCullough
Howard Penney