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David Winters appeared on CNBC

March 16, 2017

David Winters discusses the effects of rising interest rates on the markets, and what he believes are the benefits of investing in undervalued securities that have pricing power, with CNBC's Akiko Fujita. He also discusses portfolio holdings Heineken, British American Tobacco, and Elbit.


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