Bill Gross Blasts ‘Hostile’ Investing Climate, Says ‘New Neutral’ Rate Now Zero
The Janus manager argues that the investing environment is so inhospitable that he is reduced to trading more than owning bonds to deliver shareholder return.
Bill Gross: ‘The Good Times Are Over’
The Janus manager locates the current market at the end of a decades-long, credit-fueled supercycle, noting “the time for risk taking has passed.”
4 Predictions by Billionaires for 2015: Soros, Icahn, Others
Based on shareholder letters and other writings from George Soros, Carl Icahn, Steve Mandel and other billionaire investors, here are four things to expect.
Tony Robbins Slams Critics, Says He’s Not a Financial Advisor
Supercoach Tony Robbins, who invites seminar attendees to walk over hot coals, is now raking RIAs over the coals for taking “pot shots” at him.
Hedge Fund Manager Paulson Has Another Record Year
$5 billion in profits in 2010 outpaces gains made from housing crisis.
THE RISK WITHIN
Owning multiple asset classes is the foundation of sound investment strategy. As commonly analyzed and practiced, however, multi-asset class diversification may offer fewer risk management...
The Second Dropped Shoe? Credit-Market Losses May Hit $1.6 Trillion
The $400 billion or so of credit market-related losses posted thus far is only the beginning, according to a research report from Bridgewater Associates Inc....