Ouch! DoubleLine Raids TCW Again for More Talent
The focus has now turned to equity analysts, as the fixed-income shop makes a push to broaden its investment horizons.
In Reversal, Gundlach Bullish on Treasuries
The famed money manager has reversed his once-bearish stance on government debt.
Baha, a Gundlach Star, Recalls DoubleLine’s Stormy Beginnings
"There is a 'revenge is sweet' factor, but there was also a religious and spiritual element," Baha recalled about life after TCW..
Jeff Gundlach Investing Advice: Hold Cash, Fold Stocks
DoubleLine CEO warns of ‘Pavlovian response’ when turning to risky assets.
Gundlach Celebrates TCW Firing With Brash Bash
Filet mignon, tuna tartare and revenge were on the menu Tuesday in Los Angeles as DoubleLine investment guru Jeff Gundlach celebrated his firm’s three-year anniversary in an unusual location.
Jeff Gundlach: ‘Financial Catastrophe Just Over the Horizon’
"No early warning, you should be moving now," Gundlach says.
Making It to Hall of Fame; Assessing Year Ahead; Following the Dumb Money: December Research—Slideshow
The December issue of Research features the magazine's 22nd annual Advisor Hall of Fame, a benchmark of industry excellence. The annual Research Roundtable also appears in the December issue, as our expert panel looks ahead to the financial and economic outlook for 2013.
Predictions by Fisher, Gundlach, Rodriguez: Research’s All-Star Roundtable
A Research Roundtable of five distinguished names, including Kenneth Fisher, Jeffrey Gundlach and Robert Rodriguez, serve up their best analytic thinking and forecast how critical situations could shape up next year.
Jeff Gundlach’s Stolen Artwork Found, Two Suspects in Custody
Star money manager and Investment Advisor October cover subject Jeff Gundlach received good news Thursday night.
Jeff Gundlach Offers $1.7 Million for Return of Stolen Art
In a dramatic and at times chaotic press conference in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, star fund manager Jeff Gundlach increased the reward offered for the return of his stolen property from $200,000 to $1.7 million.