Gundlach on Shiller CAPE Fund: ‘A Better Mousetrap’
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach and Yale economist Robert Shiller describe why their new fund might appeal to value investors.
‘Great Rotation’ Overblown, Sanford Analyst Says
It’s not that the “great rotation” isn’t happening; it’s just that it’s not happening as most investors expected.
RiverNorth, DoubleLine Reopen $1 Billion Strategic Income Fund
Closed for capacity reasons, the bond fund reopens as opportunities arise in fixed income closed-end funds.
Top Portfolio Products: RiverNorth to Reopen Fund With DoubleLine
Meanwhile, BMO Global Asset Management announced five fund conversions.
Gundlach: What’s Inflation Got to Do With Recent Volatility? Nothing
The rogue bond king and DoubleLine CEO talks about why he's not worried about inflation and what asset he'd pick as a contrarian play.
Gross, Gundlach, Faber Batter Bernanke as Stocks Tumble
Gundlach doesn’t like bond alternatives, Gross doesn’t like the Fed, Faber doesn’t like Obama and Schiff doesn’t like anybody. Judging from Wednesday’s and Thursday’s stock sell-off, they might be on to something.
The 2013 IA 25 Slideshow: CEOs
As the leaders of major firms in the industry, these people could be fairly called the epicenter of influence.
Jeffrey Gundlach: The 2013 IA 25 Extended Profile
After an abrupt 2009 departure from TCW Group, Gundlach's DoubleLine has surpassed $50 billion in AUM and runs the "most popular fund in America."
Jon Sundt: The 2013 IA 25 Extended Profile
Jon Sundt doesn’t have time for pleasantries. He’s in liquid alternatives, after all.
Small Alternatives Firm CEO Casts Large Shadow
Altegris is not a huge company, managing around $3.3 billion in client assets. But the Genworth-owned firm casts a large shadow for at least a few reasons.