Posts filed under “Fixed Income/Interest Rates”
Today in 1981: Uncle Sam issues new 20-year Treasury bonds at a 15.78% yield, an all-time record-high interest rate for any U.S. government issue. Analysts say they expect that yields will have to go higher “to attract stronger demand.” Yields promptly begin going down, and keep going down for the next twelve years.
With August upon us and many readers likely at the beach, here is some levity from one side of the vocal debate on the future of Fed policy. Please hum the melody of Hey Jude as you read the lyrics. With thanks and credit to the Beatles. “Hey Janet” Hey Janet, don’t make it…Read More
One of the oldest rules on Wall Street is, don’t fight the Fed. When the Federal Reserve is cutting rates, you want to be long equities, and when it is tightening, get out of the way. This has been a cause for concern since the Fed began talking of tapering its program of quantitative easing…Read More
Tapering Is Now Tightening David R. Kotok July 19, 2014 For a long time, as we saw it, tapering and the threat of tapering (as in last year’s taper tantrum) did not constitute tightening. Today we explore why we believe the situation has now changed. In order to understand why tapering was not…Read More
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”).
Play full Radio + Podcast here: