Portfolio Manager Jeffrey Rosenkranz, Shelton Capital Management,  Joins Morning Trade Live On TD Ameritrade Network

Stagflation may rear its ugly head again, says Jeffrey Rosenkranz. He discusses the outlook for treasury yields. He examines trends in the fixed income market, as well as the market impact of the Fed’s monetary policy. He also talks about fixed income investing with a hawkish Fed. He then goes over the near-term outlook for the bond market. Tune in to find out more.

Watch the full clip here: Stagflation May Rear Its Ugly Head Again

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Shelton Capital Management is a multi-strategy asset manager with fund administration and digital marketing expertise. With a determined focus on growth, Shelton Capital is active in acquisitions and fund consolidations. Shelton Capital Management has expertise in mutual fund and separately managed account advisor mergers and has completed seven transactions with the goal of improving the financial and economic performance of partner firms. Shelton Capital manages over $3.8 billion of assets as of 3/31/22. For additional information, visit https://sheltoncap.com.

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