Something has changed according to Jeff Gundlach. After claiming that a rate hike is "inconceivable" as recently as a month ago, a stance which he softened somewhat in recent days, Gundlach said that the Fed has changed the conditions...Show More Summary
In what is now a weekly tradition for the new bond king, overnight DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach spoke to Reuters' Jenn Ablan following his periodic investor conference call, to discuss such things as the Fed's rate hike, on which he remains understandably skeptical and said the Fed will be "challenged" to raise interest rates this year. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago, long before the outcome of the Indiana primary was known, we first reported that it was Jeff Gundlach's opinion that Donald Trump would be the winner of the 2016 presidential race. For those who missed it, here are the key excerpts from his interview posted on April 22. Q. Show More Summary
There is common ground here.
Jeff Gundlach, the so-called "Bond King" and head of DoubleLine Capital, does not like negative interest rates. Gundlach, speaking at the Sohn Investor Conference, compared negative yield bonds to disorienting optical illusions designed...Show More Summary
"A succesful investor is that which makes all the same mistakes that everyone else makes... but learns from them," explains DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach in this brief but extremely crucial to comprehend interview. If you want to know why you lost in 2008 and 2011 when you thought your 'bond' portfolio would save you... the new bond guru explains... Two words... "negative duration"
In an interview posted on Swiss Finanz und Wirthschaft, Jeff Gundlach unleashes his deep ir, and in traditional style, offloads on both the Fed and all central banks, sayng that "negative interest rates are the dumbest idea ever", adding...Show More Summary
"Bond king" Jeff Gundlach thinks Donald Trump is just a nomination away from the White House. Speaking to The Financial Times' Stephen Foley, Gundlach — CEO of DoubleLine Funds — said if Trump wins the Republican nomination he will win...Show More Summary
As is the case every month, moments ago Jeff Gundlach started his periodic webcast to DoubleLine investors, this time focusing on asset allocation. Among his notable remarks so far is that it increasingly looks like the Fed hike "increasingly...Show More Summary
``According to DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach, this is his favorite chart - backing his perspective that equity markets have "2% upside and 20% downside) from here.''
According to DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach, this is his favorite chart - backing his persepctive that equity markets have "2% upside and 20% downside) from here. In his words: "These lines will converge..." Chart: Bloomberg It should be...Show More Summary
Echoing the less than exuberant credit market and confirming Jeff Gundlach's (and former Fed President Dick Fisher), infamous short-seller Muddy Waters' Carson Block told Reuters that the recent rally in the U.S. stock market feels like...Show More Summary
There's been a lingering fear in markets that outsiders don't really know how China's economy is doing. Among these concerns are questions about whether official data is manipulated. And according to DoubleLine Fund's Jeff Gundlach,Show More Summary
During his presentation today, DoubleLine Capital's founder Jeff Gundlach was downbeat on many things — from oil to stocks. But one thing he was upbeat on was the possibility of a US recession. With talk of a recession bubbling for some...Show More Summary
DoubleLine Capital's Jeff Gundlach hosted a webcast Tuesday evaluating the state of the markets, central banks, and the world economy. The "bond king" Gundlach remains skeptical of the Federal Reserve's plans to hike interest rates,Show More Summary
DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach doesn't think the stock market looks great right now. On his latest webcast discussing his view on markets and the economy, Gundlach said that after a rally in the last month, the S&P 500 probably has about...Show More Summary
One look at U.S. unemployment says the economy isn't contracting yet. But the billionaire bond king is still a market bear.
At 4:15pm ET, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach who continues to do no wrong in the market (even if it means buying stocks at his most doom and gloomish ahead of a record short squeeze), will hold his latest webcast titled "Connect the Dots"...Show More Summary
Stand by for Jeff Gundlach's next big presentation. The DoubleLine Capital founder will start his webcast at 4:15 p.m. ET titled "Connect The Dots". Gundlach's last webcast on markets and the economy in January repeated his call to be...Show More Summary
If you missed Howard Marks this morning chatting with Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg TV, set aside a few moments to learn from one of the masters. If you 77 minutes, go listen to our MiB (Bloomberg, iTunes, Soundcloud). Marks’s Oaktree...Show More Summary