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slightly ahead of schedule + book announcement
As Concoda approaches 25,000 readers, I’ve decided to bring forward the “going pro” date originally announced in March. I have adjusted the proposed schedule a few times, but the following one is the definitive program, effective as of today!
an occasional deep dive or explainer
an occasional money market brief, when relevant
and… a (digital) copy of “The Global Monetary Handbook”! (out late 2024)
Yes, I’ve decided to write a book on the mechanics of the global monetary system. Several subscribers have asked me to write one, and I finally gave in. Writing a book, of course, takes a lot of time, so it will likely be finished by the end of 2024 and will be complimentary for subscribers. It also means bringing forward the plan to turn the newsletter into an editorial.1
Moving forward, the articles and accompanying graphics we produce take a lot of time to craft and perfect, and considering what’s on offer and what we’ve shared for free over time, the price of admission is more than reasonable.
Pricing for full access:
Monthly — $10 per month
Annual — $100 per year
Due to Substack’s functionality, if you are already subscribed, you will stay on your previous rate, until the next time you cancel .i.e if you were subscribed for $50 per year, you still pay $50 onwards, not the new rates above. This is because Substack does not have the functionality to upgrade existing subscribers to new rates unless they re-subscribe.
Moreover, if you have benefited greatly from our work — perhaps you happened to short some rather dubious tech names in 2022, or you are an institutional investor or CEO, consider the supporter “pay whatever” option.
And of course, as promised before, we’ll still be releasing our coveted “megathreads” in full for certain articles on Twitter, as usual.
Thanks to everyone who has shared and supported my work so far.
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Money market briefs will be applicable to the content Concoda will be producing over the next few years. Plus, some graphics published within these briefs may find their way into the book. So we’ll keep publishing those. But as for the Macro Brief, as we’ve said before, producing a release and providing updates takes a chunk out of our week to create more articles/graphics, which, looking at the newsletter’s stats, the latter is what most want from this newsletter. What’s more, due to Substack’s discovery engine, people are finding the Macro Brief and possibly subscribing, unaware we announced it’s eventually no longer being released. Thus, we’ve decided its best to cease its publication earlier than expected. R.I.P. Macro Brief. We’ll miss ya!