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Bill Gross: It's Been a Fixed-Income Decade

December 30, 2009

Bill Gross, PIMCO co-CIO and manager discussed with Morningstar on guiding the Total Return Fund through the last 10 years, and how he's positioning it today, including a move into German bunds.



Read the transcript of the interview here


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AlbertaSunwapta
AlbertaSunwapta - 6 years ago
"more stable situation... than the US Treasury..."

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If you strike at savings[/b] you at once propagate the idea of 'Let us eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die" (Winston [/b]Churchill[/b], May 19, 1927)[/b]
AlbertaSunwapta
AlbertaSunwapta - 6 years ago
"more stable situation... than the US Treasury..."[/b]"If you strike at savings you [/b]at once propagate the idea of 'Let us eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die" (Winston C[/b]hurchil, M[/b]ay 19, 1927)[/b][color=#3300FB][/color]
yswolinsky
Yswolinsky - 6 years ago
And William Bernstein draws on data which demonstrates that what was the best performer last decade is not the best the best the next decade, and many times the worst therefore fixed income gold and oil will likely under perform stocks over the next decade. ( However, oil prices will be heavily dependent on Government policy)

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