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We are one year out from the next presidential and congressional elections, and the volume is starting to increase about the scheduled expiration of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) after 2025. For financial advisors, the increased rhetoric on the campaign trail may translate into worried clients with questions about what it means […]
With credit bonds currently yielding upwards of 8% or more yield, many investors are wondering where is the risk? Is the risk in high yield bonds, floating rate notes, or private debt? Tune in to this in-depth interview with Bryan Krug of Artisan Funds, who proves once again, that delivering alpha requires deep knowledge, an understanding of nuances, and that execution matters.
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