Here’s Why Mohamed El-Erian Left PIMCO

Source: Bloomberg

El-Erian: Gross is One of the World’s Best Investors

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Investing, Video

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4 Responses to “Why Mohamed El-Erian Left PIMCO”

  1. VennData says:

    Obamacare! He left because they cut his hours, made him a part timer because of Obamacare, and Dodd-Frank, And the mere threat of minimum wage laws. And Keystone!

  2. Seaton says:

    Previous leaks about personality conflicts seem most obvious reason still, regardless of his “putting-best-face-forwards” responses. Still one of the sharpest knives in the drawer, and Allianz didn’t want to lose him. Time for family? Hmm, minor factor, he’s old enough to be choosy in what he wants to do. Nice interview, next.

  3. A says:

    Great diplomacy. The truth, on the other hand, is reserved for private conversation.

  4. barry says:

    You would wonder why he bothered saying anything….if he wasn’t going to say anything.