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Funds Managing $1.1 Trillion Are Dumping Junk Bonds

Even before Ray Dalio doubled down on his warning that the US has become as dangerously fragmented as during the pre-World War II days of 1937, prompting him to "tactically reduce" risk, some of the biggest names on Wall Street were selling.

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Gundlach: Bond Wipeout Is Just Beginning

It was already a jittery day for fixed income investors, with a bond rout which started after today's French auction was poorly received, unleashing a selling scramble and sending Bund yields above 0.50% for the first time since January 2016, and breaking out above a key support level, then crossing the ocean and slamming both US stocks and bonds. And according to Jeff Gundlach, who recently doubled down on his vocal bond bearishness on Twitter...

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Gundlach: "The VIX Is Insanely Low"

Having kept a relatively low profile for the past month, suddenly anywhere you look, there's Jeff Gundlach - between his presentation at Ira Sohn, his recent appearance on Twitter, and his latest DoubleLine webcast, the bond king has something to say. Today, as his preferred medium, he picked Reuters, where he told Jennifer Ablan what he said previously, namely that European and emerging markets equities are more attractive than U.S. equities, he also opined on volatility, saying that the VIX is "insanely low."

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Jeff Gundlach's Complete Ira Sohn Presentation

One day after Jeff Gundlach delivered his Ira Sohn presentation, in which as we posted yesterday he pitched a SPY vs EEM pair trade, he was busy interacting on twitter with his brand new 10+ thousand followers, and also learning how to upload his profile picture as the following series of tweets reveals.

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Jeff Gundlach's Latest Webcast "The Byrds": Live Updates

Having taken a one month break since his latest February webcast, the time has come for DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach to take the microphone again for his latest address to his investors (and everyone else) - titled this time "The Byrds", and hopefully provide some insight into this increasingly more confusing market.

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