Loomis Sayles & Co.’s Dan Fuss left rival bond-fund managers including Bill Gross behind in his eighth decade, by using a style generally associated with bargain-hunting stockpickers.
Dan Fuss, whose Loomis Sayles Bond Fund beat 98 percent of its peers in the last three years, said the fixed-income market is more “overbought” than at any time in his 55-year career as he prepares to open a fund to British individual investors.
"If the Fed were to choose to let U.S. rates go up, that would strengthen the dollar by pulling money in from other parts of the world."
- Dan Fuss on Jan 05, 2015
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