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Reduce Cash and T-Bills: Ditching the 2022 Playbook

As investors begin to move back into the fixed-income market, Angel Oak believes high-quality ultrashort strategies can potentially provide strong total return profiles.

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2023 Estimated Capital Gains

The estimated short-term and long-term capital gains distributions for 2023 are listed below.

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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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Angel Oak Capital Advisors’ UltraShort Income ETF Surpasses $100M in As...

The Angel Oak UltraShort Income ETF (NYSE: UYLD) has grown to more than $100 million in AUM in less than one year since its inception, reflecting the firm’s success in launching its ETF platform one year ago.

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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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Negative Convexity & Opportunities in the Mortgage Market

Angel Oak’s portfolio management team explains why agency mortgage securities trade wider than U.S. Treasuries though both have government backing.

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Lack of Supply on the Horizon

CIO Sam Dunlap and Chief Portfolio Strategist David Wells explain the tailwinds seen in the mortgage securities market as a result of the current rate-hiking cycle.

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Colin McBurnette on The NAVigator Podcast: Investment Opportunities in ...

Senior Portfolio Manager, Colin McBurnette, spoke with Chuck Jaffe about the health of the U.S. housing market and investment opportunities within the securitized credit market.

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Lower Inflation on the Horizon

Sam Dunlap and David Wells share why they believe that the Fed is at or near peak policy and interest rate cuts could be on the horizon.

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Podcast: Senior PMs Cheryl Pate and Johannes Palsson Discuss the Curren...

Senior PMs Cheryl Pate, CFA and Johannes Palsson sat down with Adam Beeler to discuss the investment opportunities they are finding across financials in both equities and debt.

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