Gundlach Says Don’t Focus On the 10-Year Treasury

On a recent investor call, DoubleLine chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach argued that investors are wrongly focused on the 10-year Treasury yield breaching 3%, that instead they should be paying attention to whether the  30-year “long bond” goes above 3.22%. This according to an article in Advisor Perspectives. If the 30-year bond rises above that level, he said, “then the 10-year yield will break out upwards,” potentially quickly breaching the 4% mark, which could be… Read More

Jeffrey Gundlach’s Market Worries

 DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach, who “sounded alarms about housing in 2006” doesn’t see any disasters in the offing, according to a recent article in Barron’s. “But that’s no reason to relax,” the article adds. The article outlines comments from an interview with the celebrated bond-fund manager. Here are some highlights: “Periodically,” says Gundlach, “the world is afflicted by mass psychosis,” alluding to the subprime mortgage crisis and the dot com bubble. He cites the cryptocurrency… Read More

U.S. Market Gurus Say Calm is Illusion

Several stock market gurus are “looking at the risks that still lie ahead in the current relative calm,” according to a recent article in Reuters. The article cites comments from experts such as Jeffrey Gundlach who “had been warning for more than a year that markets were too calm.”  With regard to the correction that occurred earlier this month, Gundlach said, “Do you honestly believe today is the bottom?” “Many strategists have been bullish about… Read More

Dalio and Gundlach Say Emerging Markets are Risky

A host of concerns across the globe are raising red market flags for heavy-hitting investors such as Ray Dalio and Jeffrey Gundlach, says a recent Bloomberg article. Among the concerns; rising global turmoil and terrorist activity, valuations that “no longer compensate for potential flareups in North Korea and Venezuela,” and unpredictability on Wall Street. Emerging market shares are among the assets causing worry, given that they are yielding less that U.S. junk bonds for “only… Read More

Gundlach: Bond Market Trouble Ahead

DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach believes the recent bond sell-off is a “sign of more pain to come for Treasury bulls,” according to a Bloomberg article from earlier this month. The rise in bond yields, the article says, coupled with a “Federal Reserve seemingly committed to raising interest rates a third time this year and speculation the European Central Bank could announce a tapering of bond purchases by the end of the year ” spells… Read More

Gundlach: Washington Establishment Trying to Stall Trump Agenda

DoubleLine Capital’s Jeffrey Gundlach thinks Washington is trying to get in the way of President Trump’s agenda by “running out the clock on his administration.” This according to a recent article in Bloomberg. The article outlines comments made by Gundlach during the televised Senate testimony by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in which he argues: The probability of a recession is low. The low volatility in the markets is probably winding down. This summer will see higher… Read More

Guru Feedback from Barron’s Mid-Year Roundtable

Most participants in this year’s Barron’s Roundtable think “the markets will soon get more interesting, and not in a pleasant way,” according to the publication’s recent summary, which includes excerpts from comments by market heavy-hitters such as Jeffrey Gundlach and Mario Gabelli. “After all,” the article says, “U.S. stocks are expensive, the economy is dullsville, and interest rates are about to rise.” Noting that the market’s gains have been unevenly distributed since the last Roundtable… Read More

Gundlach Says Go Long Emerging Markets

Despite conventional wisdom that says rising U.S. rates will strengthen the dollar, Doubleline Capital chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach recommends going short on the S&P 500 and long on emerging market stocks, according to a recent Bloomberg article. At the Sohn Investment Conference earlier this month, Gundlach quipped, “What the heck, let’s have some fun.” In a CNBC interview, Gundlach explained he isn’t predicting that the S&P 500 will fall, but suggested that “this year’s bet… Read More

Gundlach Predicts Continued Bond Rally

Doubleline’s chief executive officer doesn’t envision the yield on the 10-year to surpass 3% this year, says an article in yesterday’s Bloomberg. Jeffrey Gundlach believes a bond rally is likely to continue, with yields dropping to “below 2 ¼ at a minimum on the 10-year, maybe  a little bit lower than 2 and then it moves back up.” [The article notes that these bonds traded at 2.36% yesterday after reaching 2.6% on March 13th, their… Read More

Gundlach Says the Bond Bull Dies at 3%

Jeffrey Gundlach says that a yield of 3% on the ten-year Treasury bond would represent the end of the three-decade bond rally, according to a recent Bloomberg article. The DoubleLine CEO’s threshold differs from the one set by Janus’s Bill Gross, who believes that 2.6% would signal the end of the bull. Yields on 10-year Treasuries surged after the presidential election to as high as 2.59% (on December 15th, after an all-time low of 1.35%… Read More