The Shelton Green Alpha Fund has been recognized by 350.org and their Fossil-Free campaign as a truly fossil fuel-free mutual fund. As 350.org founder, Bill McKibben, has said “You can have a healthy fossil-fuel industry or a healthy planet, but you can’t have both”.
Garvin Jabusch, Portfolio Manager for the Shelton Green Alpha Fund (NEXTX) recently authored the research paper Redefining Sustainable and Responsible Investing which addresses the need for a new approach to economic modeling and portfolio construction in light of the Next Economy. For a free copy of the research paper, please click here.
The Shelton Green Alpha Fund invests in stocks of companies that Green Alpha Advisors (the “Sub-Advisor”) believes are leaders in managing environmental risks and opportunities, have above average growth potential and are reasonably valued. The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve long-term capital appreciation by investing in stocks in the green economy. The fund may invest in companies of all sizes and seeks diversification by economic sector.
Please call us today at 800-955-9988 to learn more at the Shelton Green Alpha Fund.
About Shelton Capital Management
Shelton Capital Management is an independent asset management firm specializing in managing a broad array of investment solutions including benchmark-driven mutual funds, option income strategies and global investment funds. Established in 1985, we offer the experience and sophistication of a large, institutional investment firm with a level of attention only an independent investment boutique can provide
About The Sub-Advisor
Founded in July 2007, Green Alpha Advisors, LLC (GAA) is a registered investment advisor based in Boulder, Colorado. The Green Alpha Advisors team has a commitment to environmentally progressive asset managment.
Portfolio Manager, Garvin F. Jabusch
Garvin Jabusch co-founded Green Alpha Advisors in 2007. Mr. Jabusch holds an MBA in international management and finance from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird).