PIMCO Total Return Outflows Top $64B: Morningstar
Another month, another period of declining assets for Bill Gross and the bond shop, according to the latest research.
Sunglasses-Wearing Bill Gross Says He’s a ‘Cool Dude,’ Forecasts 3%-5% Return
PIMCO’s Gross speaks of “The Manchurian Candidate” and the press, says Total Return fund is outperforming, and waxes on “New Neutral” of real Fed rates.
More Than 1,000 Advisors Attending Morningstar Conference; Gross, Asness Highlight Speakers
Also, Rick Ferri will dialogue with Chris Brightman of Research Affiliates—beehive of smart beta—on alternative indexing: desirable for honey or dangerous for its sting?
PIMCO’s Gross Cruises Into ‘New Neutral’
PIMCO leader mixes metaphors as he explores Fed’s “New Neutral” goal and what it means for investors. Oh, he also doesn’t own a cellphone.
PIMCO Brings Back McCulley
Bond group rehires popular economist Paul McCulley in hopes of stemming outflows, rebuilding leadership in wake of El-Erian's exit.
PIMCO Funds Bled $5.5 Billion in April: Morningstar
In contrast, Vanguard attracted $10.1 billion last month, Morningstar reported.
Quick QE Exit Unlikely, but Do Get a Bond Haircut: PIMCO, Loomis Sayles
"A bond and equity investor can choose to play with historically high risk to principal or quit the game and earn nothing,” says PIMCO's Bill Gross.
PIMCO to Add 3 ETFs With Bill Gross as Active Manager
PIMCO is adding bond king Bill Gross as co-manager on all three of its new actively traded ETFs, SEC filings say.
PIMCO’s Bill Gross: ‘If the Fed’s So Smart, Why Are Some of Us Still Poor?’
In his latest outlook, Gross quotes Alan Greenspan’s question—"How do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values?"—and answers with some questions of his own.
PIMCO’s Gross: Credit Supernova Will Burn Out Money Economy
In what may be his most apocalyptic monthly letter in a series that for years now has been explicating the “new normal,” Gross says that America’s money economy is like a supernova—a bright shining star that suddenly burns out.