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What Alan Greenspan Is Most Worried About

Jeff Gundlach is not the only person who is feeling "maximum negative" on Treasuries. In an interview, none other than the "Maestro" Alan Greenspan, the man whose "great moderation" policy made the current global bond bubble possible,...Show More Summary

Gundlach: "Sell Everything, Nothing Here Looks Good"

Two weeks ago, an already bearish Jeff Gundlach appeared to hit the "glass floor" of negative sentiment, and smash right through it. On July 13, the new bond king said that there is "big money" to be made on the "short side." Gundlach...Show More Summary

100th Episode of Master in Business Podcast

This weekend, we hit quite a milestone – Jack Schwager was our 100th podcast! (iTunes shows 98, but for some reason is missing Jeff Gundlach of Doubleline and Rob Arnott of Research Affiliates). Having Jack as # 100 is appropriate. As...Show More Summary

Gundlach Gets More Bearish, Says "Big Money" To Be Made On The "Short Side"

As we noted yesterday, in his latest webcast to DoubleLine investors, Jeff Gundlach confirmed the key points from his weekend Barrons which summarized his outlook that "things will get worse in the future, not better." But while Gundlach's...Show More Summary

Is Gundlach Still Bearish? Ask Him In His Latest DoubleLine Webcast

The higher the market goes, the more bearish DoubleLine's "bond king" Jeff Gundlach seems to get. Case in point, just yesterday we showed why according to Gundlach's most recent interview with Barrons, things will get worse in the future, not better. Show More Summary

Why Gundlach Thinks It's Going To Get Worse, And Why He Is "Pretty Sure That Trump Will Win"

Yesterday, when referring to the latest interview Jeff Gundlach gave Barron's, we presented the bearish DoubleLine "bond king's" portfolio which he broke down as follows: "high-quality bonds, gold, and some cash." He promptly added the...Show More Summary

Gundlach Reveals His Portfolio Which Is "Outperforming Everyone Else's"

With the S&P touching new all time highs on Friday, Barron's took the opportunity to ask the recently rather skeptical Jeff Gundlach what he thinks of stocks here. Not surprisingly, DoubleLine's new "bond king", was less than enthused: "Look, I wouldn’t be surprised if the S&P hit a new high. Show More Summary

A Few More Thoughts On The Long Bond Blowoff

Right after I posted “Long Bonds Enter The Blowoff Stage,” Jeff Gundlach expressed some similar concerns to those I shared in that post: Jeff "Bond King" Gundlach: If you're buying long... The post A Few More Thoughts On The Long Bond Blowoff was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Gundlach: "When Deutsche Bank Goes To Single Digits People Will Start To Panic"

Following today's Fed minutes release, Jeff Gundlach had a far less "uncertain" message: “Things are shaky and feeling dangerous,” Gundlach told Reuters in a telephone interview. It's not just stocks that Gundlach was not too excited about, he also had some choice words about buying Treasuries here. Show More Summary

"Renormalization" Is Dead: The Market Is Pricing Just One Rate Hike Over Next 3 Years

Several days ago, Jeff Gundlach said that the "rate hike cycle has left the building". He was right: as of this moment, the Fed's plans to "renormalize" are practically finished, with the market now pricing in just one rate hike over the next 3 years. Show More Summary

Jeff Gundlach: "Things Are Going To Get Pretty Scary"

One day before the Fed's June statement, Jeff Gundlach once again accurately predicted the somber mood that would ensue as a result of Yellen's Wednesday decision and press conference when he correctly said that "Central Banks Are Losing...Show More Summary

Gundlach: "Central Banks Are Losing Control" - His Latest Presentation

In his monthly call with DoubleLine investors, Jeff Gundlach ratcheted up the gloomy rhetoric - and considering the rising voices claiming central banks are rapidly losing both credibility and control, he has been spot on - and saidShow More Summary

GUNDLACH: It's going to be a rocky summer (SPX, SPY, DJI, IXIC)

DoubleLine CEO Jeff Gundlach delivered his latest presentation on markets and the economy on Wednesday. Here were the main points: A summer sell-off is coming, and will be triggered in part by rhetoric around Donald Trump’s possible election win. Show More Summary

'Timing & Strategy': Jeff Gundlach's full presentation on markets, President Trump, and where the world economy is going next

DoubleLine Capital's "bond king," Jeff Gundlach, hosted another closely watched webcast on Tuesday by outlining his views on the world economy and markets. He spent much of his time decrying the effect of negative interest rates andShow More Summary

Gundlach Was Right About The Short Squeeze; Warns Of "Massive Anxiety" About The Market

Jeff Gundlach has reason to celebrate: as of today, his DoubleLine capital, founded less than 7 years ago, now manages $100 billion in assets, a key milestone for the fund - recall that Pimco's Total Return Fund made major headline when it sunk under $100 billion just last September. Show More Summary

"Buying Here Is Like Picking Pennies In Front Of A Steamroller" - 10 Reasons To Be Bearish From Credit Suisse

Just like the ongoing fascination with $50 oil, everyone wants to know if the S&P will rise above the psychological level of 2,100 (or hit Jeff Gundlach's "all green" level of 2,200). To be sure, this comes at an awkward time for the...Show More Summary

This Is What Would Make Jeff Gundlach Bullish

In his latest market commentary, presented by Reuters on Tuesday night, Gundlach remained skeptical on the stock market. Specifically, he said that the rally in U.S. stocks, which began on Monday, feels like a short squeeze and characterized U.S. Show More Summary

Gundlach Feels Like We Are Back In December, Says "Stocks Are Dead Money" After A Short Squeeze

In his latest contrarian comments to Reuters, Jeff Gundlach focused on the recent flipflopping by the Fed and its various speakers who are now positioning the market for an imminent rate hike despite the US economy still treading water,...Show More Summary

Jeff Gundlach Warns That "Something Changed" At The Fed

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

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