Gundlach Is Not A Fan Of Socialism, Thinks Apple Is "Over-Bought"

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After last week's presentation, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach (having rotated his spec play from Long Nattie, Short AAPL - which was a winner - to Long SHCOMP, Short SPX) committed the cardinal sin in a great interview this morning with CNBC's Gary Kaminsky. The apocryphal 'new' bond guru noted that he is against big government, doesn't like risk assets at these levels, believes QE will end in higher rates (adding that he would not be surprised to see 10Y yields 100bps higher by the end of the year), but most abhorrently: "the obsession with Apple is a truly remarkable social phenomenon - the stock is over-believed and over-bought. There is NO exit for the Fed, QE3 will be ineffective, and it is more likely that the Fed buys all the Treasury bonds that exist." Two must-see clips covering why buy-and-hold is completely dead thanks to government intervention to his preference for secured credit funds (where have we heard that before?) to the huge risks in buying financial stocks and the vulnerability of risk-assets - as the world realizes the circular financing reality of Europe.

 

A lot of truthiness in these interviews and for once a CNBC host who is not trying to drag the conversation back to 'yeah, but which stock would you buy...'

Part 1... Treasuries, Volcker, Big Government, and Apple...

 

Part 2... Bonds, QE, and Banks...

 

FYI - AAPL vs Nattie post-recommendation.. has had its big moments...