Dear Risk Ranges subscriber,

Most investors are motivated by greed and fear. You already know that. They chase asset price bubbles higher and capitulate when those bubbles pop. In other words, most investors fail to follow the most basic investing advice: Buy low, sell high.

There's a better way.

Our Risk Ranges product is based on a proprietary model built on the price, volume and volatility of underlying assets. This tool was developed by our CEO Keith McCullough during his years as a hedge fund manager to augment his team's qualitative research views.

CLICK HERE to read our entire "Macro Playbook."

 The idea is simple: Create a quantitative risk management tool to help investors actually buy low and sell high.

How It Works

What You Get With Risk Ranges

Each day before the market opens, you receive buy and sell levels on major equity and bond markets, commodities and currencies, including:  

Top 15 Tickers
Updated ranges on key tickers-everything from the S&P 500 and VIX to Gold, Oil and the Nikkei. (Click here for the full coverage list.)  

The Wild Cards
A refreshed update of tickers looming largest on our radar screen or submitted by our subscribers (from FAANG stocks to Tesla).  

Our immediate-term levels (Trade) for 20 tickers in addition to Keith's intermediate-term view (Trend), be it bullish, bearish or neutral.

Bottom line is Risk Ranges helps you make better sales at the top end of the range and better purchases at the low end. 

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About Hedgeye

Hedgeye Risk Management is an independent investment research and online financial media company. Focused exclusively on generating and delivering thoughtful investment ideas in a proven buy-side process, the firm combines quantitative, bottom-up and macro analysis with an emphasis on timing. The Hedgeye team features some of the most highly-regarded research analysts on Wall Street, all with buy-side experience, covering Macro, Financials, Energy, Healthcare, Retail, Gaming, Lodging & Leisure (GLL), Restaurants, Industrials, Consumer Staples, Internet & Media, Housing, Materials, Technology, Demography and Washington policy analysis, including Macro, Energy, Healthcare, Telecom & Media and Defense.

The Risk Ranges model uses price, volume and volatility to determine the likely daily trading range for publically-traded assets. Again, it's simple. You sell at the top end of the range and buy at the low end.

To break it down conceptually, if an asset's price and volume is rising while its volatility is falling, that's bullish. It means investors are buying with conviction. In this scenario, an asset's risk range generally narrows as the probable outcome of that asset heading higher goes up.

On the other hand, if an asset's price is falling while volume and volatility are rising, that's bearish. It means investors are selling with conviction. In this scenario, an asset's risk range generally widens as the probable outcome of that asset heading lower goes up.
Keith's quantitative model is also multi-duration. This means it dynamically adjusts to suggest critical thresholds - over our TREND and TAIL durations (see below) - after which, upon breaching these levels, an asset flips from bullish to bearish or vice versa.

If you have any questions whatsoever, please do not hesitate to email our Customer Service Director Matt Moran. He can be reached directly at  

We look forward to working together!

- Hedgeye