VanEck Portfolio Manager and Head of Quantitative Investment Solutions, David Schassler joins NYSE on What’s The Fund to discuss how the VanEck Inflation Allocation ETF works to potentially hedge your portfolio against inflation.
Originally published by VanEck on March 4, 2022.
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