Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.

Jeff Gundlach

Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of DoubleLine.

More information: DoubleLine bio

ASSESSMENT

Mixed   Abs   B'Mark
# Quants (Adj) 4.22 4.22 0.08
RAAER N/A N/A N/A
Excess AER N/A N/A N/A
P-Value N/A N/A N/A
[ ]
EVIDENCE
Page:  1 / 3
About Gold The precious metal, gold.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Equities (Gold) Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “firm continues to hold gold, a traditional safe-haven, along with gold miner stocks.” in www.zerohedge.com on 29th Jul 2016 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About Equities (Global) Global Equities<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “There's going to be another wave down in risk assets and it's happening globally.” in www.zerohedge.com on 4th Oct 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About The Federal Reserve The US Federal Reserve Bank<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Federal Funds Rate (USA) Interest rates in the United States.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “if Fed Chair Janet Yellen goes ahead with this plan (to raise rates for 'philosophical reasons'), she runs the risk of having to quickly reverse course and cut interest rates ... There’s no fundamental reason to raise interest rates, ... My idea is the Fed raises rates for philosophical reasons. That may be short-lived. ... This is the triumph of hope over experience.” in www.zerohedge.com on 28th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About Oil Crude Oil, also known as Petroleum<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Gold The precious metal, gold.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., it was said that Jeff Gundlach thinks: “crude-oil prices won’t recover quickly and called himself bullish on gold, having increased his bet on the yellow metal a couple of weeks ago.” in www.marketwatch.com on 27th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About Investment Strategy Opinion about investment strategy<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “You have to be very patient and wait for the time period where the odds are seemingly almost 100% that new addition to your strategy will be successful. That doesn’t happen very often. It might be once, it might be twice in a decade.” in www.marketwatch.com on 27th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About USD The US Dollar<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., it was said that Jeff Gundlach thinks: “spoke favorably about the underlying fundamentals in the strong U.S. dollar despite its rapid ascent last year and how currency trends can be “persistent and long lived”. However, he candidly stated that “I know it’s a crowded trade. I’m as uncomfortable as everybody else.”” in www.talkmarkets.com on 16th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About Oil Crude Oil, also known as Petroleum<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Politics Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “I hope it does not go to $40 because then something is very, very wrong with the world, not just the economy. The geopolitical consequences could be – to put it bluntly – terrifying.” in www.zerohedge.com on 5th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About USD The US Dollar<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and US Treasuries The debt financing instruments of the United States Federal government.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “USD appreciation will continue as growth stumbles in other parts of the world, making U.S. bonds “all the more attractive” for foreign buyers,” in www.zerohedge.com on 3rd Jan 2015 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About Federal Funds Rate (USA) Interest rates in the United States.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeff Gundlach said: “I think the Fed might raise rates just to see what happens, ... The Fed doesn't want to raise rates, but they don't want to be at 0. They're in a bit of a conundrum” in uk.businessinsider.com on 24th Nov 2014 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!
About US Treasury Bonds vs Bonds (US, Corporate)A marketable, fixed-interest U.S. government debt security with a maturity of more than 10 years.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and US Treasury Bonds vs US Municipal BondsA marketable, fixed-interest U.S. government debt security with a maturity of more than 10 years.<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., it was said that Jeff Gundlach thinks: “singled out the value of Treasuries against corporate and municipal bonds in particular.” in uk.businessinsider.com on 24th Nov 2014 and 0 commented
Commentary
No opinions yet - be the first to add one!