Gundlach: Fed Raising Interest Rates ‘Philosophically’
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach is also bullish on gold and thinks oil will fall further.
Gloomy Gross Sees No Return to Normal in His Lifetime
Janus Capital bond manager Bill Gross says the time has come to take some chips off the table.
Geithner Omits Cost of Success in ‘Stress Test’
What Tim Geithner doesn't entirely convey in his new book is that success came at a steep price.
15 Best Finance Tweets of the Year: 2013
A Nasdaq crash, a government shutdown, a whale of a JPMorgan PR fail and more: a look back at the year in tweets.
From Doom to Boom (and Back): Grantham Sees Stocks Soaring up to 30%, for Now
Stock market scold Jeremy Grantham expects the U.S. market to soar 20% to 30% in the next year or two—before the next mega-crash, at least.
PIMCO’s Gross: Will Yellen ‘Shape History?’
The bond king sums her up on Twitter: "More dovish than Bernanke but runnin’ outta ammo."
10 Best Finance Tweets of the Month: September
Josh Brown has his mind in the gutter, pension pros feel love in the air, Larry Summers steps away, and the government shuts down.
Don’t You Worry Your Pretty Little Head
I watch “Mad Men” as much for the anthropological intrigue as I do the storyline. The treatment of women in the workplace, of course, seems offensively quaint. Fast-forward 50 years and they’re exacting their (well-deserved) revenge.
PIMCO’s El-Erian Sees Tiny Taper at Fed Meeting, Yellen as Frontrunner
Mohamed El-Erian says he expects a drop of about $10 billion to $15 billion in monthly asset purchases when the FOMC meets Tuesday and Wednesday.
5 Years After Lehman Crash: ‘Dark Times’ Ahead
Janet Tavakoli and other commentators talk of violated American principles, the death of capitalism and “dark times for the future of the republic.”