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December 2020

Shelton Capital Fixed Income Team featured in FA-mag.com

2020-12-21T17:27:35-07:00December 21st, 2020|

The recovery in the high yield bond market since the pandemic-induced lows of March has been nothing short of astounding. However, for advisors and their clients there are still some pockets of value if you are willing to work hard, embrace some complexity, and be patient. Covid-19 hit the financial markets like a tsunami for which we were woefully unprepared. Through swift and decisive monetary action by the Federal Reserve and fiscal stimulus from the Federal Government, massive liquidity was injected into the system, along with an implicit backstop underneath risk assets.

November 2020

October 2020

Shelton Green Alpha Fund Q320 Update

2020-12-30T10:53:30-07:00October 28th, 2020|

The pandemic era has revealed many things, not the least of which are the roles of innovation in addressing the largest threats to humanity, the environment, and to the global economy. In response, markets have begun rewarding companies at the intersection of innovation, large-scale problem solving, and economic competitiveness. Below is a Q320 update from Garvin Jabusch, Portfolio Manager of the Shelton Green Alpha Fund.

Shelton International Select Equity Fund Crosses $100M in AUM

2020-10-14T13:49:40-06:00October 14th, 2020|

Denver, October 14, 2020 – Shelton Capital Management, a multi-strategy asset manager, today announced that assets under management (AUM) in its Shelton International Select Equity Fund (SISEX/SISLX) have exceeded $100 million, which when added to the AUM in separately managed accounts (SMAs), the total approaches $150 million.

Nick Griebenow, a Portfolio Manager for Option Strategies was featured in FA-mag.com

2020-10-09T09:09:50-06:00October 8th, 2020|

This year we have seen a phenomenal resurgence in volatility after years of historically low VIX while the market continued happily upward. While it is common knowledge amongst option traders that when volatility spikes it makes selling shorter duration contracts far more lucrative, digging deeper reveals insight on how to manage duration effectively in a changing volatility environment. It is true that shorter duration contracts typically provide better daily time decay, but that knowledge alone is insufficient to fully structure the best trade for a given situation. When to put the trade on, how far to extend duration initially, and trade management implications are all factors that still need to be addressed.

September 2020

August 2020

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