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George Muzinich: we just don't know how tapering will end

Veteran investor George Muzinich founded his New York credit investment boutique in 1988 and has grown it to $27 billion of assets. 

Its high yield credit portfolios have only endured one default in the last decade and Muzinch explains how his investment philosophy is key to producing that statistic.

Also in this video, Muzinich explains how the investment landscape has changed dramatically over the past few years and what investors need to do to survive the artificially created economic backdrop.

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