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It's not all that often that kings get to retire. In the financial markets, sometimes kings do get to do so. Bill Gross has decided to retire from Janus Henderson to focus on managing his personal...
Bill Gross is often called the Bond King. Despite a high-profile departure from PIMCO and move over to Janus, Mr. Gross is still widely followed for his monthly investment outlook reports. These are...
The market is not cheap. Yet it is also nowhere close to historic highs that might bring panic levels. It is quite possible that the market is just in a new no-man's land where valuations might not...
The market rally is putting a firmer bid under some of the top financial companies, which in turn look like they may have turned the corner.
What happens when the king of bonds warns investors that long-term bonds, banks and credit are all getting too risky? Is it possible that there is now no place to hide?
Janus Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE: JNS) may be gathering its assets at a better rate than the stock market wants to credit it for. Maybe adding Bill Gross, a.k.a. the Bond King, to its roster of...
The main point of Bill Gross's outlook in September is rather simple: Get the Fed to raise rates, but just once and then go away for some time.
Bill Gross always has some financial market humor mixed in with the commentary, and many investors would point out that he may have an in on bonds, with little value in his opinions in other markets.
Companies with closed end funds and ETF products have done outstanding, and Jefferies is very positive on these three stocks.
Source: ThinkstockState Street Global Advisors (SSGA) announced it released a new ETF in Tuesday’s trading session, the SPDR DoubleLine Total Return Tactical ETF (NYSEARCA: TOTL). The ETF was...
Source: Janus.comJanus Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE: JNS) released its collective investment outlook for the year ahead, otherwise known as “Straight Talk on 2015.” Investing experts that spoke at...
What stood out about the Goldman Sachs top predictions for 2015 is that they echo many of the thoughts of Bill Gross.
In the first monthly investment outlook from Bill Gross at Janus Capital, he outlines his view on how he plans to manage the Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund.
The movement of Janus Capital shares after Friday's announcement that bond king Bill Gross would join the firm may or may not have been justified.
Source: Jon OggTo say that many of the top closed-end mutual funds managed by PIMCO were being pressured by the departure of Bill Gross to go join Janus Capital Group Inc. (NYSE: JNS) would be a...