Wilmington WealthWise with Tony Roth Podcasts

Episode 21: Fixed Income: Bursting More with Possibility or Risk?

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Wilmington WealthWise with Tony Roth

October 21, 2020—A demand for income and a reduction in supply of higher-quality instruments have led investors to look beyond garden-variety government and investment-grade corporate for some yield love. Tony welcomes Jeff Katz, Managing Director, TCW/Metwest, to explore what fixed income bubbles have been or are in the process of being created as a result of monetary policy—and whether any of these bubbles are at risk of popping.

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Episode 20: The Fed—Part II
Becoming More or Less Effective?

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Wilmington WealthWise with Tony Roth

September 30, 2020—Tony is once again joined by Charles Plosser, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia from 2006 to 2015, to explore the potential risks of overcommunication from the Fed, and just how reliable rate and inflation dynamics can be two to three years down the road. Hear whether Plosser sees the central bank as becoming more—or less—effective over time.

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Episode 19: The Fed—Part I
Not Enough in Reserve?

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Wilmington WealthWise with Tony Roth

September 30, 2020—It would be hard to overstate how large the Federal Reserve looms in investors’ minds or its influence on financial markets. While the central bank has received praise for its quick and decisive action during the current crisis, focusing on liquidity and keeping capital flowing, questions must be raised about its recent messaging in light of the recently announced most significant changes to its long-term strategy in nearly a decade.

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