The housing market won't rise as much as last year, but it's still strong enough for investors in high quality non-agency residential mortgage backed bonds to do well, says Berkin Kologlu, portfolio manager for the Angel Oak Multi-Strategy Income Fund. Kologlu likes these better than agency bonds due to their lower durations. He also is positive on CLOs because corporate fundamentals are strong and these bonds work well in a rising rate environment.

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