Gundlach: Low Oil Prices Mean ‘Collapse’ in Hiring, Spending
“I bet you dollars to doughnuts, oil doesn’t go up,” the DoubleLine CEO says.
Why Wall Street (Still) Hates Bonds
Investors should consider the gains missed by listening to "expert predictions," Ron DeLegge writes.
U.S. Bond Sentiment Worst Since Disastrous ’09
Experts say 10-year yields could top 3% in 2015, twice the level forecast for 2014.
What QE’s End May (Really) Mean for Bonds
Investors and advisors alike may be surprised at recent fixed-income results.
Gundlach: Don’t ‘Fight This Rally’ in Bonds
In his quarterly outlook, the DoubleLine CEO says forecasts of a rate hike are "almost comical" and holding currencies other than the dollar is "foolish."
Are We in a Bond Bubble? John Mauldin Says Yes, Others...
Millennium Wave Advisors' Mauldin says debt day of reckoning is coming and Dallas Fed's Fisher sees "hyper-robust" bond market, but other advisors think they're crying wolf.
How to Help Today’s Bond Investors
Many have suffered a 33% income slash, but there are some remedies.
Gundlach: Likes Bonds, Not Homebuilders
DoubleLine founder Jeffrey Gundlach prognosticates on gold, the dollar, bonds and more and expands on a view he says gets him "hate mail."
Stocks Gain in May as Nasdaq Rebounds, S&P 500 Hits High
Global equities rise 1.8% for the month, while the Nasdaq 100 soared 4.3%, erasing earlier declines.
Bond Supply to Get Tighter in 2012—Good Thing for Buyers: LPL’s Valeri
LPL Financial market strategist Anthony Valeri predicted that the 2012 bond market will see only ‘negligible’ growth, in a repeat of 2011.