BOND REPORT: Treasury Prices Advance Ahead Of Data
Both Bill Gross' Pimco and Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine Capital have made pushes into actively managed equities in the last three or so years, and if active managers aren't worried yet, they should be.
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."
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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 .
Let failures occur, Rodriguez and Gundlach say. Only then can a fundamentally transformed economy prosper.
T. Rowe Price to close New Horizons to most new investors, Vanguard's fixed-income group head to retire in March, Columbia Wanger's Chuck McQuaid to step down as CIO and Columbia Acorn comanager, and some tragic news at First Eagle.
Thanks to the threat of rising rates, it's no longer a set-it-and-forget-it world. Now advisers have grabbed the core bond fund crown from Bill Gross and Jeffrey Gundlach , taking control over their own bond portfolios.
Announcement comes 10 days after dismissal from TCW.