A key measure of U.S. economic health is plumbing its worst lows since 2008. History suggests that’s excellent news for stock market bulls.
The Dow Jones rallied again to start the week, and CNBC believes their new index explains why. But “Bond King” Jeffrey Gundlach begs to differ.
The stock market sell-off is likely to continue in the coming months, as fear of a deep and long global recession are mounting. Investors should move forward with caution.
Hedge funds are in deep negative territory. Many blocked withdrawals to avoid forced selling. They will sell on rallies to liquidate holdings. This is bad news for the market bulls.
Jeffrey Gundlach says the market is pricing in a Sanders presidency. But coronavirus causing supply chain disruption is why stocks are down.
‘Bond king’ Jeffrey Gundlach says a Bernie Sanders presidency is possible in 2020. Here’s what it could mean for the stock market.
Despite worries of an impending global recession, Jamie Dimon is still feeling rather positive about the state of the U.S. economy — but his sentiment might be misguided. The J.P. Morgan Chase chairman says his gut feeling is that the American economy isn’t nearing a turn for the worse — telling reporters at the Business … Read more
The fear of a US recession has been on the rise of late. Notable economist Robert Shiller recently said that he “wouldn’t be at all surprised” to see the US go into a recession next year, and now he is being joined by billionaire investor Jeffrey Gundlach. The likelihood of U.S. recession before the 2020 … Read more
By CCN.com: Jeffrey Gundlach, who in addition to being the CEO of DoubleLineCapital is known as the Bond King, is famous for his strong opinions. A vocal critic of politicians on both sides of the aisle, the hedge fund boss aimed at the Democratic candidates for the 2020 election in a blistering attack during the … Read more