David Albrycht, CFA
President and Chief Investment Officer
Newfleet Asset Management, LLC
In his second quarter podcast, Dave Albrycht highlights what he sees as the four major reasons markets have eased since the lows seen in March. In an interview with Virtus chief market strategist Joe Terranova , Dave discusses the role of the Federal Reserve and global central banks, improvements related to COVID-19, valuations, and improved economic data. He also elaborates on why he is optimistic for the future, despite virus-related uncertainties.
Companies discussed may or may not represent positions within any Newfleet portfolio.
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