Overnight saw 10Y Treasury yields touch 2.64%, topping the post-election peak to its highest since September 2014 (and crossing Jeff Gundlach's "red line" for stock damage). However, the yield curve's bear-steepening may suggest a turning...Show More Summary
Interest rates are finally rising, and as we observed this morning, the 10Y - now above 2.60% and the highest since last March... ... is now on the cusp of breaking above the 2.63% level which Jeff Gundlach said last week is where stocks...Show More Summary
Least of all stocks.
On Tuesday afternoon, Jeff Gundlach held one of his more exhaustive "Just Markets" calls with investors. Among the numerous discussion points touched upon, the "bond king" who alone predicted Donald Trump's victory one year before the...Show More Summary
The stock market is likely to end its record streak of positive returns this year, according to Jeffrey Gundlach, the founder of DoubleLine Funds. During his "Just Markets" webcast with investors on Tuesday, Gundlach forecast that the S&P 500 would end 2018 without a positive total return. Show More Summary
Nearly three months after his last public address to investors, today "Bond King" Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO and CIO of DoubleLine Capital will host his latest free to the public webcast on the DoubleLine Total Return Fund titled, with with...Show More Summary
10Y Treasury yields just crossed 2017's Maginot Line of 2.40% - the highest in six months... Following Jeff Gundlach's bearish bond perspective, and the signals from the commodity/reflation markets... Citi is warning that 2.39-2.40%Show More Summary
"I'm not a big fan of bonds right now," may seem like an odd way for the so-called Bond King to begin, but in an audience at Vanity Fair's Establishment Summit, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach told Bethany McLean, "I haven’t been really [a...Show More Summary
In the latest update on Trump's search for the next Fed Chair, Reuters reported that the search has narrowed down to 5 finalists - Yellen, Warsh, Taylor, Powell and Cohn (condolences to Jeff Gundlach: his dark horse candidate, Neel Kashkari...Show More Summary
Yesterday, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach, who correctly predicted the election of Donald Trump, unveiled a new surprise forecast: Neel Kashkari would be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve. Speaking Tuesday at a Vanity Fair summit in Los Angeles, Gundlach said Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Fed, was a strong advocate of easy money. Show More Summary
Call it the "bearish billionaire" curse. One month ago, MarketWatch penned "7 billionaires who are worried about a stock-market correction" which listed Carl Icahn, David Tepper, Howard Marks, George Soros, Jeff Gundlach, Warren Buffett...Show More Summary
DoubleLine Capital Founder Jeff Gundlach is holding his quarterly webcast on global markets and the economy. It's titled "Wack-O-Season." In his second-quarter webcast in June, Gundlach advised short-term stock traders to raise cash,...Show More Summary
The newly-reconciled-with-the-Bond-King PIMCO is up; the unreconciled Jeff Gundlach is down.
While Jeff Gundlach's favorite chart continues to diverge, as Treasury yields tumble (10Y at 2.08 lows today) and despite gold's surge, copper's keeping up... Knowledge Leaders Capital blog's Steven Vannelli takes a look at how to value...Show More Summary
Bloomberg: Wall Street Vets From Dalio to Gundlach Warn on Emerging Markets. (video) More investors are joining the cast of Wall Street veterans from Jeff Gundlach to Ray Dalio in warning that risky assets are overvalued. They pointShow More Summary
Lloyd Blankfein can't quit trolling Trump; Jeff Gundlach could use a friend right now; Steve Mnuchin's wife is apparently reprising her role as Marie Antoinette; and more.
Well, the "fake news" article that Jeff Gundlach has been quietly - and not so quietly - raging against for weeks on Twitter, is finally out. Readers will recall that DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach has been engaging in an odd subtweeting...Show More Summary
In the world of giant bond funds, imitation of trades just may be the sincerest form of flattery. Just two days after DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach told Bloomberg and CNBC that he was taking profits in high risk assets, including corporate...Show More Summary
Jeff Gundlach has nailed it again — at least for now. The CEO of DoubleLine Capital who's sometimes described as Wall Street's 'bond king', told CNBC on Tuesday that betting on more stock-market volatility was an easy way to make money. "I...Show More Summary
While Jeff Gundlach has been engaging in an odd subtweeting campaign on Twitter over the past week with an unnamed media outlet that is allegedly being used by a similarly unnamed Doubleline competitor to accuse Gundlach's fund of doing poorly and is suffering outflows, something the "bond king" has said is a "false narrative"... ... Show More Summary