Dustin Taylor, who’s burdened with $50,000 of student debt after getting his master’s degree in government at Johns Hopkins University, is waiting tables at a comedy club to pay the rent.
It’s mid-October, and Jeffrey Gundlach is giving a stump speech to a luncheon crowd of about 200 financial advisers and investors at Los Angeles’s City Club. The renowned money manager’s theme: the financial catastrophe on the horizon.
Smaller bond funds have an advantage over bigger ones in illiquid markets: They’re more nimble.
State Street Corp. and Jeffrey Gundlach’s DoubleLine Capital LP have teamed to open their first actively managed bond exchange-traded fund to compete with Bill Gross’ Pimco Total Return ETF.
For a fourth day, the benchmark note in Japan’s $9.6 trillion bond market opened late.
Jeffrey Gundlach’s prediction that retiring baby boomers will hold down U.S. Treasury yields is being echoed in Australia’s sovereign bond market.
Bill Miller said investor Jeffrey Gundlach and real estate billionaire Sam Zell are wrong about housing.
Jeffrey Gundlach has some advice for billionaire Elon Musk. Get out of the car business.
Gundlach Bullish on Emerging Market Debt (Audio)