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Cheryl Pate on Bloomberg Radio: Bank Earnings Continue

Senior PM Cheryl Pate, CFA shared her views on the banking sector following recent big bank earnings results and highlighted large cap bank standouts to consider in today’s environment. Listen to the full interview segment near the 8:30 mark.

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Sreeni Prabhu on Bloomberg Radio: We See the Best Opportunities in Mort...

Angel Oak CEO Sreeni Prabhu spoke to Bloomberg Radio’s Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney about his views on commercial real estate (CRE) and where he’s finding investment opportunities in mortgage-backed securities.

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Ward Bortz on Schwab Network: Expect 100 Bps of Fed Cuts in 2024

ETF Portfolio Manager and Head of Distribution for US Wealth Ward Bortz highlighted opportunities in the fixed income market in 2024, where we’re headed with inflation and rates, and more.

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Ward Bortz on Bloomberg Radio: ETFs and Investing Strategies

Ward Bortz, ETF Portfolio Manager and Head of Distribution for Public Strategies, joined Bloomberg Radio to discuss opportunities in the fixed-income market, his outlook on housing, and more.

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Cheryl Pate on Bloomberg Radio: Banks Beating Expectations but Higher f...

Senior PM Cheryl Pate discussed actionable investment opportunities with big banks following positive earnings results. Listen at 3:20 for barbell approaches to consider in this environment, her bank earnings outlook, and more.

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Cheryl Pate on Bloomberg Radio’s Drive to Close

Senior Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate, CFA joined Bloomberg Radio to share her outlook on the commercial real estate sector, expectations for regional and community banks, and how Angel Oak is positioned to navigate today’s markets.

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Sam Dunlap in Pensions & Investments: Angel Oak Capital exec predi...

Despite a potential short-lived recession on the horizon, the fixed-income market presents attractive opportunities for investors. In this market outlook piece, CIO of Public Strategies, Sam Dunlap, provides key insights for institutional investors.

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Sam Dunlap in WSJ: Money managers are urging clients to buy bonds while...

CIO Sam Dunlap spoke to the Wall Street Journal about opportunities for investors to boost fixed-income holdings in a traditional portfolio.

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Ward Bortz on TD Ameritrade Network: How to Use ETFs to Invest in Struc...

ETF Portfolio Manager Ward Bortz shares his outlook on interest rates in 2023 and tips for investing in structured credit using an ETF strategy.

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Angel Oak Launches Income ETF Focused on Residential Mortgage Credit

Angel Oak delivered its second actively managed ETF product in as many weeks with the launch of $CARY. Learn more about the fund’s strong bias toward residential mortgage credit in this ETF Trends article.

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