How is the DoubleLine Total Return Strategy similar to the Benchmark? Why does the team prefer mortgage credit?
When Mr. Gundlach started the Total Return Strategy over 30 years ago*, it came as a result of observing that it was potentially … Read More
News that Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has formally withdrawn the extradition legislation that sparked mass protests in the territory must be viewed with caution. The aims of the 13-week long protest movement in the territory have broadened beyond opposition … Read More
Fixated on Federal Reserve interest-rate policy, the risk markets could be missing 90% of the monetary iceberg: the Fed’s $3.8 trillion balance sheet and the more than $3.3 trillion U.S. money market. A decade ago, the central bank embarked on … Read More
As the U.S. approaches the 10th year since the start of this economic expansion, the economy is showing signs of entering the later innings of the business cycle. As measured by industrial production, capacity utilization and durable goods, real economic … Read More
A shrinking Chinese current account surplus poses problems for US public and private sectors. Trade tensions between Washington and Beijing have fixed all eyes on China’s large goods trade surplus with the US. While the likelihood of an outright trade … Read More