'Bond king' Jeff Gundlach's is betting big on the mortgage market – ‘Bond king’ Jeff Gundlach’s is betting big on the mortgage market. Gundlach has far fewer corporate bonds than the average for funds that track the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Bond Aggregate Index, according to Morningstar, and far fewer Treasury securities.
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Gundlach Bond Fund Trails Rivals as Mortgage Focus Pinches. Updated July 29, 2016 3:47 p.m. ET Star bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach’s flagship fund has been slowed by a rally in the types of bonds it has avoided, putting its performance this year behind most comparable funds. The $61.1 billion intermediate-term DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund has.
The bond titan thinks the 10-year could potentially take out its modern-era low of 1.38%. And we could think of no one better to talk to than the widely acclaimed King of Bonds, Jeffrey Gundlach, who presides over the $64 billion asset-management complex DoubleLine. He is never shy in offering his opinion on all manner of securities in the U.S. and around the world.
One month after his webcast titled optimistically "Drain the Swamp", which was a forward look at the impact of the upcoming trump administration (which one can debate if it "drained" the swamp, or alternatively added to it), today at 4:15pm ET (1:15pm PT), bond king Jeff Gundlach kicks off the new year by holding his first for 2017 monthly doubeline webcast, titled "Just markets."
Bond king Jeffrey Gundlach predicted stocks would end the year negative due to pressure from rising yields on government debt. The DoubleLine Capital founder said bitcoin has been a leading indicator for the market’s direction, with its slump a bad omen for equities.
What changed everything in the market? The prospect of the end of QE. "The Federal Reserve, I think is making a big mistake." Fed governors have been eerily quiet; we haven’t heard from a pure governor since July. An emerging market crisis is a candidate for something that could cause rates to fall.
MBS Day Ahead: Every NFP Week is Important Until Fed Hike (or Lack Thereof) · The most important policy change that QE brought with it was the Fed’s decision to pay interest on bank reserves (IOR). Prior to that, bank reserves paid no interest, but banks were compelled to own them in order to collateralize their deposit base (our fractional reserve banking system required banks to hold about $1 in reservers for every $10 in deposits).
Jeffrey Edward Gundlach is an American investor and businessperson. He is the founder of DoubleLine Capital LP, an investment firm. He was formerly the head of the $9.3 billion TCW Total Return Bond Fund.
Jeffrey Gundlach on Forbes. Gundlach is the cofounder of mutual fund company, DoubleLine Capital, which manages more than $115 billion in assets.