Webinar: Investment Ideas for the Current Market – Cash, Commodities, Healthcare & Financials

Date: Monday, July 11, 2022

Time: 2:00pm ET

 
Navigating the current market has become challenging for investors and advisors alike, given the recent rate hikes, concerns over inflation and heightened volatility.

Join us for a webinar to discuss insights and investment opportunities in today’s market environment. What you will learn in this webinar:

• Benefits of high interest savings ETFs
• Resiliency of healthcare stocks during recessions
• Financials in rising-rate environments
• Materials and mining as a potential inflation hedge
• When to utilize covered call strategies

Speakers:

Raj Lala – President & CEO at Evolve ETFs
Kaitlin Thompson – Vice President, Product Strategy at Evolve ETFs

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Looking to invest in Cash, Commodities, Healthcare & Financials? Register for the webinar to learn more about investment opportunities in these sectors.

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