] is getting some love from Barron’s
for sticking with the tried-and-true and avoiding high beta.
The attention is a little odd, because Barron’s
itself notes that
In particular, the Value Line Income and Growth Fund
and its PM, Mark Spellman
The attention is interesting, because the publication itself notes that Spellman’s fund returned 10.6 percent last year, while the S&P 500 netted 16 percent.
Nonetheless, the interview features Spellman’s insights on a number of stocks and assets such as Gold ETFs.
The full article can be accessed here
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