Bill Gross: German Bunds Are the ‘Short of a Lifetime’
Janus' Bill Gross laid out his case for the move as critics said widespread short selling of 10-year bunds would lead to "financial Armageddon."
Hedge Funds Have Best Quarter Since 2011
Macro strategies steamroll their competitors for the third consecutive quarter, Hedge Fund Research reports.
Investor Confidence Rises for Institutions, but Individuals Disagree
Institutions may be optimistic about stocks, but affluent investors are stashing cash.
Economist: Sell Your Stocks, Take 6 Months Off
It's time investors took a break from the frothy market levels, says Steen Jakobsen.
March Madness: Kleintop’s Sweet 16 Bracket for the Stock Market
“Making stock market predictions can be as challenging as forecasting basketball tournament winners,” Schwab's Kleintop says, but here are the factors he sees playing hardest.
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.
PIMCO Sees Year of Higher Growth, but Fed Rate Hike May Roil Markets
Global monetary easing, lower oil prices and move away from austerity are all net positives, the investment firm argues.
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.
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.
Greece Still Seeking Concessions After Bailout Extension
While markets rose on the news that Greece's bailout was extended for four months, investors aren’t comfortable that they’ll come out of it unscathed.