Podcast: Quarterly Portfolio Strategy Q4 2022: The Fed in the Driver’s SeatOct. 31, 2022
As hikes slowly work their way into the financial system, higher rates continue to be a primary market concern. How can investors combat these persistent challenges? In this episode, Erika Toth and Alfred Lee discuss the latest quarterly Portfolio Strategy and Fixed Income Strategy Reports, which explore the fight against inflation, the Bank of England bailout, the future of the 60/40 portfolio model, and sector opportunities.
Erika Toth is a Director of ETF Distribution at BMO ETFs. She is joined on the podcast by Alfred Lee, Director, Portfolio Manager and Investment Strategist at BMO Global Asset Management.
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