‘Bond king’ Jeff Gundlach’s is betting big on the mortgage market

MBS Day Ahead: Month-End Bond Buying Could Be A Trap European bond market weakness pulled yields higher into the European close, and month-end volatility at home caused a few more swings by the end of the day. If you were to only look at today’s bond market movement relative to yesterday’s, things looked downright volatile. 10yr yields began the day above yesterday’s highest yields and within 2 hours had swung well below yesterday’s lowest yields.

Jeff Gundlach just held his january 2017 investor conference call and offered some predictions on what to expect for 2017. Should we pay attention to what he has to say? Well he did predict a year.

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A home equity loan is a smart choice as rates rise average interest rates for both home-equity loans and lines of credit were hovering around 5.3 percent at the beginning of October 2017. That’s a lower rate than most personal loans, which are often floated as an alternative to home equity loans, and it’s certainly much lower than the interest rate on most credit cards.

Peter Schiff: In The Impending Collapse Everything That Can Go Wrong, Will’. The risk of a big drop in the bond market has never been this high. And what happens if the bond market tanks?. sorta like property taxes, you pay and pay and pay to pay a mortgage and the property taxes, then when your mortgage is paid off you pay and pay.

Jeff Gundlach and Bill Gross. Reuters; Bob Bryan/Business Insider Jeff Gundlach on Tuesday made it clear that, once again, he does not agree with Bill Gross’ view of the bond market.

[Video] Doubleline’s Jeff Gundlach Returns to CNBC, Joins Chrorus Warning on Muni Bonds – Loosely Compares the Situation to Subprime Bonds Posted by Mark at 3:44 PM TweetThis While nowhere as famous (or promotional) as PIMCO’s Bill Gross, Doubleline’s Jeff Gundlach would be considered among the top handful of bond investors in the country.

Interestingly, he concedes that the man who is considered by many to be the new “King of Bonds”, Jeff Gundlach, is back in the camp of calling for rates to recede, at least temporarily. This is after he predicted both the recent bond sell-off and Trump’s election, two very prescient prognostications.

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"The pricing of the market has returned to the levels prior to the scales falling from investors’ eyes regarding the global financial crisis, and I really don’t think that’s appropriate." "It is an awfully easy decision right now to not be making further investments in risk assets."