Jeff Gundlach: "What In The World Is Going On (Redux)" - Live Webcast

Tyler Durden's picture

A month ago DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach laid out his most recent chartapalooza view of the world and a lot has clearly changed in that brief period. In light of his comments this morning on CNBC that "the liquidation cycle appears to have run its course with Emerging Market bonds, US junk bonds, Munis, and MBS - all of which substantially underperformed Treasuries during the rate rise... July will not be a repeat of May/June in the rate market." We expect to hear more color for this market call during his discussion starting at 1615ET.

 

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Full Presentation to follow:

6-27-13 JEG Market Update

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fightthepower's picture

Fuck you Bernanke!

NOTW777's picture

thats not really going out on a limb - LOL, considering the huge move

PLira's picture

Gunlatch is the same guy that said on CNBS a few weeks back that the 10 yr would never see 2.5% in 2013.

Just another idiot.

Rich idiot yes, but idiot on this call, no doubt...

Hell, what do I know.

Bearwagon's picture

Alright. Move on. Nothing to see here. Disperse!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSjK2Oqrgic

fonzannoon's picture

tell me how we get back down to 2% without going to 100bil/mo plus or taking a thousand plus points off the dow, for starters.

 

kaiserhoff's picture

An asteroid hits China.

The Euro implodes.

All of Japan starts to glow in the dark...

There are ways, but none would be pretty.

 

 

Bear's picture

Daily Contest starts here today ... who's got the best 'Outrage of the Day' ... I submit the following:

http://rt.com/usa/california-man-13-prison-banks-237/

JustObserving's picture

Another beautiful day in fascist USA.  Telling the truth has become a treasonous act - ask Snowden.  Glad to see that mainstream media in the US are covering this story so well.

Richard Head's picture

At least he's getting a jury trial.  Nullification should be easy.

Midasking's picture

Why can't the Bernank just send money to each person according to his need? http://tinyurl.com/mem7o7x

ceilidh_trail's picture

JimGrant just slammed the bernanke on cnbs. Hank paulson now defending the bernanke on same..."the fed has been asked to do a lot because the rest of the government is doing very little."

ceilidh_trail's picture

"Bernanke is a great Amerivan hero."- hank paulson, just now on cnbs

kahunabear's picture

Perhaps, for prolonging the new normal. For making it worse at the end, not so much. Lucky for him, he won't be around to face the music. Who would want the next Fed job?

kahunabear's picture

Great call, major smackdown on Gross's relative performance. This guy makes me money.