Bond Fund Exodus Continues in September
A rough — some would say devastating — few months for bond funds and ETFs just got rougher, according to TrimTabs.
DoubleLine’s Gundlach Crushes Notion of Great Rotation, Bond Bubble
The Fed and the U.S. Treasury clearly don’t want any customers outside of central banks and active traders like himself, DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says.
PIMCO’s ‘New Normal’ Hasn’t Happened
They didn't foresee policymakers from the Federal Reserve to the People’s Bank of China pumping $6 trillion into the global economy.
PIMCO’s Gross QE4 Warning: Here Be Inflationary Dragons
PIMCO bond guru Bill Gross leads the charge in expressing all the inflation fears that the Fed unleashed with its December QE4 announcement.
Japan to Overtake China as U.S. Creditor
The most recent figures indicate that Chinese holdings of Treasuries have fallen in 2012 through July by 0.2% to $1.15 trillion.
Helicopter Ben Strikes Again! Implications of QE3
The Bernanke put is alive and well, but now the United States must rely on entities other than the Fed to buy its debt.
JPMorgan: Recession Unlikely, So Take Advantage of Extreme Valuations
In a critique of the Fed's Operation Twist announcement, JPMorgan market strategist David Kelly said it was a failure because the markets have reached the point where they must self-correct.
Catching up with… Scott Colyer
If you’re in the decidedly unglamorous, but wholly necessary fixed income business, setting up shop in Monument, Colo., serves as an effective (and breathtaking) counterbalance.
Quiet Stock Market Close on Dec. 31 Contrasts With Roller-Coaster 2010
The Dow was up 7.8 points, or 0.1%, closing at 11,577.51, on Dec. 31, 2010. The Nasdaq dropped 10.11, or 0.4%, to 2,652.87. Volume was light at 560 million shares.
Back to the New Normal in Fixed Income
During the second half of September, following comments by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, the Treasury rally resumed, returning the markets to the new normal.