The type of recession we’re headed for matters, says Gillman Hill’s Jenny Harrington

The type of recession we're headed for matters, says gillman hill's jenny harrington

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “The type of recession we’re headed for matters, says Gillman Hill’s Jenny Harrington” – below is their description.

Jenny Harrington, Gillman Hill Asset Management CEO and portfolio manager, joins the ‘Halftime Report’ to discuss whether there is a window to buy stocks prior to a recession where she’s seeing opportunity.

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