Sean Stannard-Stockton Discusses Impact of Tariffs on CNBC

11 July 2019 | by Ensemble Capital

Ensemble Capital’s chief investment officer Sean Stannard-Stockton appeared on CNBC recently. In the clip below, Sean discusses the impact of tariffs on the US economy, which types of companies are most insulated from this risk, why wage growth may not hurt profit margins, and the history of how the Federal Reserve cut interest rates in two separate periods during the 1990s without the moves preceding a recession.

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