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Aug 18, 2022

Brian Huckstep, chief investment officer at Advyzon Investment Management, says that he believes the economy has enough going for it that there will not be a recession, but he expects interest rates to keep rising which will be bad for the long-term bond market, leaving opportunities for outperformance in shorter-term corporate bonds and levered loans. In the Market Call interview, Huckstep says he also believes value investing is due for its time in the sun now, delivering higher expected returns than the growth style. Also on the show, Tom Lydon of VettaFi makes a big fund that invests in preferred securities his ETF of the Week, noting that it can diversify a fixed-income portfolio and goose returns now, and in The Big Interview, Christopher Mizer, founder of Vivaris Capital, discusses investing in alternatives and using assets like life settlements and medical receivables as part of structured products that try to protect against declines while still offering a decent upside in all conditions.