Webinar – 2018 AAM Investment Outlook – Video Replay

Strange Things Happen When You Drive with Two Feet

On Wednesday, February 7, 2018, AAM hosted an Investment Outlook webinar titled, “Strange Things Happen When You Drive with Two Feet.” The webinar included a general economic overview and our sector experts shared their insights regarding Corporates, Structured Products, Municipals, High Yield, and Convertibles.


Webinar Slides:

Strange Things Happen Webinar Slides FINAL

Outlook Commentary by:

Greg Bell, CFA, CPA
Director of Municipal Bonds

Marco Bravo, CFA
Senior Portfolio Manager

Scott Edwards, CFA, CPA
Director of Structured Products

Elizabeth Henderson, CFA
Director of Corporate Credit

Reed Nuttall, CFA
Chief Investment Officer

Tim Senechalle, CFA
Senior Portfolio Manager

Scott Skowronski, CFA
Senior Portfolio Manager



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