Buy the Dip Is a Losing Strategy in the Bond Market
The author believes bond yields will soon move higher.
A $4 Trillion Hole in Bond Market May Start Filling in 2018
Once the supply increases, the rates issuers have to pay might increase, a research group says.
MetLife to Acquire Bond Manager
The insurer hopes to work with more institutional investment consultants.
Cross-Asset Quants Bitten by Fed, Facing Worst Losses in a Decade
CTA funds plunge 5.1% for poorest period since '07; selloff in stocks, bonds worry critics of systematic funds.
PGIM's Peters Sees Only Downside in Bank Loans, Favors Junk Debt
A money manager at Prudential's investment arm says junk bonds look better than bank loans.
Gundlach: Get Ready for Higher Yields, Summer Selloff
The DoubleLine CEO also sees oil prices and the dollar weakening, but gold moving in the opposite direction.
Bill Gross: Can Trump Give Us 3% Growth?
We have more technology but also low investment levels and growing global tensions, which make “dreaming of a bygone era” complicated, Janus’ Gross says.
Gundlach: Fed to Raise Rates ‘Until Something Breaks’
The DoubleLine CEO is bullish on some emerging-market debt and Asia equities; bearish on Europe.
Fidelity’s $100 Billion Bond King Banks on Trump Reflation Trade
Ford O’Neil, winner of Morningstar’s 2016 fixed income manager award, discusses his favorite investments.
Harvard Academic Sees Debt Rout Worse Than 1994 ‘Bond Massacre’
Bond market is confronting the "perfect storm," says Paul Schmelzing, and debt investors face a multi-year period of sustained losses.