UPDATE: Crash of 2014: Like 1929, you'll never hear it coming
The world's biggest bond dealers aren't buying a strong start for Treasuries as they grow bullish on the U.S. economy even as investors such as Bill Gross of Pimco and Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital question the strength of the recovery,
Fixed income manager says bond bubble is a myth, Fed policy won't lead to inflation
After an abrupt 2009 departure from TCW Group, Gundlach's DoubleLine has surpassed $50 billion in AUM and runs the "most popular fund in America."
DoubleLine's CEO has uncanny knack for predicting where markets are headed; 'ka-boom' scenario a real worrier
Let failures occur, Rodriguez and Gundlach say. Only then can a fundamentally transformed economy prosper.
Interest-rate fear is a good thing for the recently reopened RiverNorth/DoubleLine Strategic Income fund, says portfolio manager Patrick Galley, who discusses his comanagement with DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach .
A growing number of portfolio managers, including DoubleLine Capital's Jeffrey Gundlach , are re-evaluating their forecasts for rising yields as Treasuries recorded their best annual start since 2008.
Former TCW manager says more information could come in a few days.
Announcement comes 10 days after dismissal from TCW.