Cointelegraph Markets launches new YouTube channel


Cointelegraph is proud to announce the launch of the Cointelegraph Markets and Research YouTube channel, a place that will hopefully become every trader’s first stop for breaking markets news, insights and alpha from Cointelegraph’s team of experts and guest analysts from the crypto industry. 

The Cointelegraph Markets and Research channel features three unique shows — The Market Report, Market Talks and Macro Markets — which stream live weekly at 12:00 pm Eastern Time (5:00 pm UTC) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, respectively.

The Market Report 

Every Tuesday at 12:00 pm ET (5:00 pm UTC), Bitcoin (BTC) evangelist Joe Hall hosts The Market Report, a weekly market update and analysis livestream featuring two of Cointelegraph’s resident experts, analyst and writer Marcel Pechman and business editor Sam Bourgi. 

Each week, The Market Report team discusses the latest headlines and events in the crypto market, providing valuable insights, analysis and opinions in a way that is easy to understand and keeps viewers up-to-date about the most impactful happenings in the space.

Market Talks

Crypto advocates focused more on trading and the macroeconomic and crypto-specific forces impacting digital asset prices can tune in to Market Talks on Thursdays at 12:00 pm ET (5:00 pm UTC).

Market Talks, hosted by Cointelegraph head of markets Ray Salmond, is a live show where protocol builders, notable traders and professional analysts from the crypto and blockchain industry share their perspectives and analyses on emerging trends in the market.

Market Talks zooms in on the specific influences that shape the markets, the latest crypto news and price breakthroughs. Its primary focus is straightforward: no shilling, tough and inquisitive questions, and deep insights into trending markets-related topics.

Macro Markets

On Macro Markets, a prerecorded show that airs Fridays at 12:00 pm ET (5:00 pm UTC), Cointelegraph analyst Pechman takes a top-down view of traditional markets and explains why they matter to crypto. 

Many traders think the S&P 500, oil, gold, foreign currency or even real estate don’t matter because they’ve got “diamond hands,” but Pechman says traders should think otherwise.

Pechman uses his 17 years of experience in traditional finance to explain in simple terms the factors moving traditional markets and how they impact the crypto market. From central bank digital currencies and the U.S. Dollar Index to tech stocks, wars and international conflict, Pechman explains it all.

The best thing about the show: There’s no technical analysis nor high-level jargon that listeners need to know to keep up. For Pechman, markets are driven by simple cause and effect — i.e., what happens in the macro environment always impacts crypto.

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