Shelton Capital CIO Series with Derek Izuel and Barry Martin
Derek Izuel, Chief Investment Officer, recently hosted EQTIX portfolio manager Barry Martin on our second installment of the Shelton Capital CIO Series. In this short episode, Derek and Barry discuss all things options, inflation, rising rates, and the Shelton Equity Income Fund.
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