Founder & Editor of EPB Macro Research ____________________________ EPB Macro Research: uses macroeconomic analysis to create an easily replicable portfolio of ETFs, specifically designed to limit drawdowns, reduce volatility and improve total return over a long-term time horizon. Background: I earned my B.A in Economics from New York University. Upon graduation, I worked at Morgan Stanley in Wealth Management and after as an analyst at Panorama Partners, a quantitative hedge fund specializing in equity derivatives. I married my diverse background in economic analysis from NYU with my computer programming and statistical knowledge, gained from the hedge fund, to create EPB Macro Research in the summer of 2017. ____________________________ Disclaimer: EPB Macro Research is published as an information service. It includes opinions as to buying, selling and holding various stocks and other securities. However, the publishers of EPB Macro Research are not brokers or acting as investment advisers and do not provide investment advice or recommendations directed to any particular subscriber or in view of the particular circumstances of any particular person. All data is supplied by sources is believed to be reliable, and the calculations herein are made using such data, and that such calculations are not guaranteed by these sources, the information providers, or any other person or entity, and may not be complete. EPB Macro Research does not guarantee that you will out-perform the stock market. The information provided by EPB Macro Research is obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness. At various times, the publishers and employees of EPB Macro Research may own, buy or sell the securities discussed for purposes of investment or trading. Eric Basmajian invests his own portfolio primarily in stocks recommended in the EPB Macro Research newsletter. EPB Macro Research and its publishers, owners and agents, are not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of EPB Macro Research. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future performance.