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Bill Gross says 35-year bull market in stocks and bonds coming to an end
Janus money manager says attempt by global central banks to cure a debt crisis with more debt doesn't have much further to run.
Jeffrey Gundlach places big bet on Puerto Rico
DoubleLine Capital chief more than doubles holdings in island's junk-rated debt.
The housing market steps up to provide a needed economic boost
Breakfast with Benjamin: The solid housing market stands in contrast to the dismal first quarter GDP numbers.
Lessons to learn from the last Nasdaq bubble
Breakfast with Benjamin: The Nasdaq is back to 2000 levels, but everything else is different.
Retail brokers are shut out of the SEC's market reform efforts
Breakfast with Benjamin: Retail brokerages are shut out of the SEC's advisory committee for market reforms to protect retail investors.
BlackRock alternative credit fund hopes to play rising rates to its advantage
Hedging out rate risk puts the focus on credit opportunities ... and manager sees plenty of them ahead.
Citi Private Bank adjusts equity allocations with eye toward end of the bull market
Global CIO Wieting says 'significant market drop' likely by the end of the decade.
Bond investors not ready for a rate hike in September: Pimco
Manager of the world's biggest bond fund says 70-75% chance of fall increase vs. market's 30-35% probability.
Go-anywhere bond funds not for the faint of heart
Managers' ability to seek returns in multiple markets sounds great but comes with risks
Bill Gross says he will short the German bund, eventually
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bill Gross calls out the 10-year German bund, but you'll want to wait more than a year for the end of Europe's easing.
Bracing for the Greek exit
Breakfast with Benjamin: Now might be a good time to start bracing for a Greek default, as the probability has never been as high.
Don't let duration blind your analyses of bonds
Applying the same set of tools for all fixed-income options will lead to confusion, bad investments and disappointment.
Bond ETFs' resiliency surprises many investors
Despite curveballs from central banks catching the greater bond market off guard, bond ETFs enjoyed a positive Q1
With one quarter down, Bob Doll still likes his 2015 outlook
In a first-quarter checkup on his 2015 economic predictions, Bob Doll, chief equity strategist at Nuveen Asset Management, is giving himself a passing grade, while betting on a lot of help from consumers to carry through the rest of the year.“It's my contention that this is the least believed bull
The riddle and the dilemma of global bonds
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bond bulls continue to shrug off logic, claiming it's different this time, even despite negative yields.