Astoria Interviewed By CNBC On Dividend Yielding Stocks, Portfolio Construction, & Factor Investing

Oct. 23, 2019 1:41 PM ET
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Astoria Portfolio Advisors LLC ("Astoria") specializes in the construction, management, and sub-advising of ETF Managed Portfolios. When constructing our portfolios, Astoria utilizes a quantitative and cross asset investment framework. We stress test our models through various quantitative risk models in order to understand our portfolio risks and to help determine when risk budgets should be expanded or minimized. Astoria's founder, John Davi, has 18 years of experience spanning across Macro ETF Strategy, Quantitative Research and Equity Derivatives. John was Head of Morgan Stanley’s Institutional ETF Content where he produced hundreds of strategic content pieces over an 8-year period. It was a Multi-Asset job and involved developing investment ideas to add alpha to investors’ portfolios. For more information on Astoria, as well as important disclaimers, visit our website: www.astoriaadvisors.com/disclaimer


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Astoria's Founder and CIO, John Davi, appeared on CNBC TV on October 21, 2019 to discuss:

  1. Investing in high Dividend Yielding ETFs

  2. Portfolio Construction

  3. Factor Investing

Best, Astoria Portfolio Advisors

Astoria Portfolio Advisors Disclosure: As of the time of this writing and TV interview, Astoria held positions in QVAL, EDIV, IVE, and DGRW across a variety of our ETF model portfolios. Note that this is not an exhaustive list of our ETF holdings across either Astoria’s dynamic or strategic ETF portfolios. Our holdings will vary depending on risk tolerances, tracking error bands, and client mandates. For full disclosure, please refer to our website.

Photo Source: CNBC TV

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