Hello, my name is Petter Hallqvist and I am 21 years old.
For years I have been searching the internet for resources where I can learn about macroeconomics and investing. In my late teens I would have been considered a proverbial Robinhooder, and after falling down the Dunning-Krueger curve I now feel like I know almost nothing. So I am using RealVision as a course in macroeconomics and investing.
Other than taking University courses in economics and history (where I learn very little about actual financial markets) I use RealVision, MacroVoices and following individual people like Grant Williams, Mike Green, Demitri Kofinas etc. I feel like I learn so much all the time - often I spend hours googling concepts I do not understand.
Some things that keep coming up in the conversations I listen to are "long-vol strategies", "carry trades and selling volatility", and how Robinhood call buyers are making levered plays. I can hear whoever is speaking is saying something profound, but I cannot for the love of my life figure out how these options, risk selling/buying spreads work. No matter matter how long I spend on Investopedia. I know you are testing out educational content - trading options and different strategies may be childsplay for many here but given the diversity of your audience I am sure a lot of people like me would find this incredibly helpful.
Other than that, thank you @Weston Nakamura @Raoul Pal @Ash Bennington for providing fascinating content on macro and crypto!... (More)