Investors would lose money in munis if interest rates rise, and on the flip side, could also lose money if a souring economy worsens an already dire fiscal situation, says the Doubleline manager.
Analyst Grady Burkett on Cisco's current business challenges, capital allocation missteps, and the evolving change in investor sentiment surrounding the stock.
A creative bond portfolio will likely outperform equities in 2011 as the possibility of an economic slowdown in the back half of the year rises, says DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach.
Recent moderation in commodity prices bodes well for milder inflation and the economy.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder sees the winding down of consumer, financial, and housing leverage as being a key driver of bond investing during the next 10 years.
Morningstar's head of alternatives research Nadia Papagiannis describes the flavors of long-short equity funds, which can hedge investors' equity risk exposure, along with three funds that top her watch list.
We examine the possibility for higher normalized joblessness, the concerns over long-term unemployment, changes in job-sector composition, and what can possibly catalyze job growth.
Though the data show an undeniable slowing, the real driver of the economy--the consumer--is still holding up, says Morningstar's director of economic research.
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