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Navid Abghari on CNBC Power Lunch: Walking Clients Through Market Uncer...

Navid Abghari, Angel Oak Capital Advisors senior portfolio manager, and Matt Roddy, Rockland Trust VP and portfolio manager, join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss what they’re watching in markets.

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Navid Abghari on CNBC Squawk Box: Where Investors Can Find Opportunitie...

Navid Abghari, senior portfolio manager at Angel Oak Capital Advisors, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss where he’s seeing new areas of opportunity in the current market.

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Angel Oak Capital Advisors Financial Sector Update

The financial debt sector, one of our highest-conviction ideas in investment-grade corporate credit, was not immune to spread widening in March, but we remain confident in the overall health and soundness of U.S. financials and the banking system in particular, and see it as an area with strong credit fundamentals and opportunities for not only high current income, but also potential total return as spreads potentially narrow to pre-COVID-19 levels. 

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Multi-Strategy Income Fund Video

Chief Investment Officer of Public Strategies, Sam Dunlap, discusses the Fund’s key features and explains how the Fund seeks to provide investors unique opportunities to earn high current income by investing in structured credit.

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UltraShort Income Fund Video

Senior Portfolio Manager Clayton Triick, CFA® discusses the key features of the Fund and its focus on high current income and short duration investing.

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Strategic Credit Fund Video

Senior Portfolio Manager Colin McBurnette discusses the key features of the Fund and explains how the team seeks to maximize total return over the credit cycle by focusing on the best opportunities in structured credit.

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Navid Abghari on CNBC: Fed Holding Rates Artificially Low

Navid Abghari, senior portfolio manager at Angel Oak Capital Advisors, and Tom Porcelli, U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting and what it means for the market.

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2020 Mid-Year Outlook Video

Watch Angel Oak’s portfolio management team discuss the first half of 2020 and share their expectations for structured and corporate credit performance during the remainder of the year.

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2020 Mid-Year Outlook

The COVID-19 crisis reminded all market participants it’s difficult to time credit cycles. Adhering to our philosophy of identifying the best relative value in U.S. structured and corporate credit to maximize risk-adjusted returns over the full credit cycle enabled us to navigate one of the most challenging environments in our careers.

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Podcast: Alternative Investments: An Interview with Cheryl Pate, CFA®

Listen to Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate discuss Angel Oak’s investment thesis and why community banks are well-positioned in today’s market environment.

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