Welcome to The Macro & Business Research

Nice to meet you and welcome to Macro & Business Research,

I’m Alessandro, a Financial Analyst and specialized in financial markets research for over 10 years.

In this Financial Research Blog you can read or listen together with my podcast the most important topics about Macro and Business Insights which you can have under my point of view after a lot of research.

We are a community of Macro & Business enthusiasts and lovers of Financial Markets.

So if you are a lover of Financial Markets and macroeconomy too I’m sure this is the best place for you.

Read or Listen my researches very carefully because this Financial Research Blog is the result of a lot of research and hard work.

So the material is really valuable and totally free.

Thank you again and start today to change your life by investing and learning, tomorrow is already late.

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Two words about me...

I’m Italian and have a degree in Banking and Finance.

I speak Italian and English perfectly, and I’m studying German (I’d like to be able to speak and understand it one day).

I’ve made specialized courses in finance and financial markets first in Melbourne (Australia) and then in Vancouver (Canada) and in the meantime I did an internship in New York at the United Nations.

I’m an extremely charismatic, resourceful person who loves what he does.

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Why do you need of Scripta Manent?

I’m an avid reader, so I don’t always pay attention to how many papers I read.

But doing two calculations I realized that in a year I read about 300 papers to write my research and insights on the financial markets.

We are talking about something like +400 hours, just to read and deepen them. Not to mention the time to find the most reliable and well-done studies.

My researches will allow you to save not only +400 hours of reading (which not everyone has available) and be always updated on the markets, but to have the best of these papers at hand in a few minutes, without turning around the various topics.

Do you have any tips for me?