Holly Newman Kroft, Senior Wealth Advisor, Managing Director at Neuberger Berman, recently appeared on CNBC. Holly shared her outlook on the economy and discussed the importance of diversification. She also shared insight on how her team is positioning portfolios given the current investment landscape.
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