This past weekend was the inaugural show of Masters in Business. Its a new Bloomberg radio show (read how it came about here).

The first show was an interview with Jeff Gundlach, who has become one of the bond market’s most influential and savvy investors. His firm, Double Line Capital, manages about $50 billion.

Over the weekend, the stream of the one hour radio show was posted to Soundcloud.

The full & uncut Interview with Jeff Gundlach is now available. Its  about double the length of the radio show. It includes:

• Short intro/explanation of what the show is;

• Full one hour radio interview (Its commercial-free and clocks in at 36 minutes)

• Full half hour podcast.

All told, its over an hour (1:09) of great Gundlachian content. I am very pleased with how this came out!

You can download the entire thing here (click, then scroll down, then right click “Download this link”).

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6 Responses to “Jeff Gundlach: Full Podcast, Now Online”

  1. RPINK says:

    Of course the chat with Mr Gundlach was interesting. He’s a smart guy; believe me if you’re comfortable with Lie Groups or Lie Algebras, you’re smart.

    Coincidentally this listener had, an hour before, read the Lacy Hunt / Van Hoisington quarterly letter, which is a persuasive analysis of reasons to be bullish on long treasuries, an analysis somewhat different than Mr Gundlach’s.

    Thanks, Mr Ritholtz, for airing the interview. And looking forward to future guests. Best Wishes,

  2. intlacct says:

    Great stuff. There is a ripe opportunity for folks who want to deliver interesting interviews in long-form audio format.

  3. pdzxc says:

    Just listened to the whole program Barry and thought it was fantastic! Thanks to both you and your guest, Mr. Gundlach for a very enjoyable and thought provoking hour. I am really looking forward to next week’s program with Mr. Arnott.

  4. SkepticalOx says:

    Great stuff!

  5. That was really fantastic. Great work. I was really surprised how good the pod was from the get-go, in terms of the pod and of this series.

    As a host, I thought you were sufficiently formal and professional but had a real inquisitiveness and engagement with your subject. I honestly can’t imagine it getting much better but I will be listening to the rest and looking forward to being surprised again.

    Really, really, really impressive work.

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