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Angel Oak’s Cheryl Pate Believes Financials Will Outperform
Cheryl Pate weighs in on the latest market moves and shares her latest investment ideas in light of today’s CPI data.
Cheryl Pate on BNN Bloomberg: More Cautious on Longer Duration Equities
Cheryl Pate discusses the current market and where she’s seeing value, even as concerns over the Delta variant remain and Fed uncertainty lingers.
Cheryl Pate on BNN Bloomberg
Cheryl Pate shared where she’s finding consumer and mortgage credit focused investment opportunities and how macroeconomic trends are driving her outlook.
Cheryl Pate on TD Ameritrade: Analyzing Regional Bank Stocks
Cheryl Pate shares her outlook for regional banks and the financial sector in the second half of the year.
Cheryl Pate on TD Ameritrade: Areas of Inflation and Fed Tapering
Cheryl Pate shares her outlook on tapering from the Federal Reserve and how interest rates may pose opportunities among the banking sector.
Cheryl Pate Assesses 1Q Bank Earnings
Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate joined TD Ameritrade Network to share her latest insights on banking, credit and other attractive sectors following Q1 earnings.
Cheryl Pate in S&P: U.S. Banks’ Loan Loss Provisions Shrink
Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate breaks down the economic factors supporting strength within the banking sector as banks’ credit loss provisions dip to new lows.
Cheryl Pate on CNBC Power Lunch: Rates Are Likely to Go Higher From Here
Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate joined CNBC to discuss how inflation risks are impacting her overall market outlook and the sectors she believes investors could look to for growth.
Cheryl Pate on Yahoo Finance: How Financials are Positioned for 2021
Cheryl Pate, Portfolio Manager at Angel Oak Capital joins Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman, Myles Udland, and Brian Sozzi discuss the financial sector.
Outlook for Regional Banks in 2021
Cheryl Pate sees community bank debt benefitting from high current income, low duration and the potential for outsized total return. She prefers rated opportunities on larger end of the community bank debt spectrum to less liquid non-rated issuances.