Strategas Asset Management Portfolio Managers Courtney Rosenberger and Dan Clifton discuss how we believe the midterms will impact the markets and ultimately how the Strategas Global Policy Opportunities ETF (NYSE: SAGP) is positioned to potentially benefit
Strategas Asset Management Portfolio Manager Courtney Rosenberger appeared on Bloomberg ETF IQ with Katie Greifeld to discuss political volatility as well as dive into how it relates to the Strategas Global Policy Opportunities ETF (NYSE: SAGP)
With inflation proving to be stickier as it moves into "Core" items, the case for further rate hikes is made stronger...
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