Ritholtz: The Worldwide Deficit of High-Quality Debt
Observers like Jeffrey Gundlach and Gary Shilling expect rates on quality long-term bonds to stay low because of a limited supply, Barry Ritholtz writes.
Fed Drops ‘Patient’ Stance, Opening Door to June Rate Increase
“An increase in the target range for the federal funds rate remains unlikely at the April” meeting, the FOMC said in a statement Wednesday.
Gross’ Replacements Thrive at PIMCO
The new managers of the PIMCO Total Return Fund have been trumping former boss Bill Gross since he left the world’s largest bond fund.
What’s Keeping Investors Up at Night?
USAA's John Jares explains the return of volatility to a market that has placidly delivered high average returns for six consecutive years.
Will Rate Rise Give Fed the Ammo It Needs?
Bond managers from Delaware Investments says a 1%, or even a 2%, rate won't be enough ammunition against economic weakness.
Gundlach: Beware of ‘Blockhead’ Fed on Rates
The fixed-income expert also warns of the effects a strong dollar has on equity markets and sees continued weakness in oil prices.
Gross Sees First Janus Redemptions
The client redemptions that plagued Bill Gross at his old job have followed him to his new one.
Janus Readies ETF; Edward Jones Pushes Back Fund Rollouts
Investors can expect a new fixed income fund led by ex-PIMCO chief Bill Gross and equity products from Edward Jones' Bridge Builder brand.
Bill Gross: Low-Rate Policy ‘Destroys Capitalistic Model at the Margin’
The bond guru says he wants to replicate his PIMCO track record at Janus, sees 25 basis point rate hike in June.
Bill Gross: Hunker Down for Global Currency War
It was actually the U.S. that fired the first shot in a currency war whose risks investors must mitigate through conservative investments, Janus' Gross warns.