LONDON, Nov 19- Whether Brexit purists or radical socialists win Britain's election next month, a deluge of fresh debt is set to bloat the country's 1.6 trillion pound government bond pile. In 2010, Bill Gross- then cast as "king of the bond market"- warned that British government bonds were "resting on a bed of nitroglycerine" because of Britain's large budget...
AQR's "The Curious Investor" podcast says its research into investing titans Warren Buffett, George Soros, Bill Gross and Peter Lynch revealed that each exhibited strict adherence to a select few "factors."
Many followed Bill Gross, one of the best bond managers, into unconstrained fixed-income investing. Yet his Janus Henderson fund is now one of the worst in its category, highlighting it is not just stock pickers who have trouble beating the index.
But Janus Henderson CEO Richard Weil also tells CNBC that Gross is "still one of the greatest investors of our lifetime. So, he's just got to work it through."
Bill Gross hasn't changed his investing outlook since his bond fund took a beating recently. Investors just need to be patient, he says.
Janus Henderson Investors Global Unconstrained Bond Fund plunged by nearly 3 percent on Tuesday.
Bill Gross has an "arbitrage type of idea," one that is looking to take advantage of certain deals in the works.
Investors' expectations for three or four rate hikes by the Fed in 2018 are likely overblown, influential bond investor Bill Gross said.
Bill Gross says he is amazed bonds didn't react more significantly to the latest Fed rate hike path.
"As real long-term interest rates rise, stock prices fall," but that's probably not the cause of the wild market swings, Greenspan says.
"It's better to give other collectors a chance to own some of these stamps and to use the proceeds for philanthropy," Bill Gross says.
Bill Gross, Janus portfolio manager, discusses selling his rare collection of U.S. stamps with his stamp advisor Charles Shreve, Robert A. Siegel Auctions director.
Investing guru Bill Gross thinks bonds have entered a bear market and is favoring corporate bonds of short duration across the globe.
PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross is parting ways with rare stamp collection come September.
Bill Gross predicts the 10-year Treasury will go "very gradually but not significantly higher," in the next 12 months.
The great bond bull market that began nearly four decades ago is ending with a whimper, fixed income guru Bill Gross said Wednesday.
Janus Henderson's Bill Gross gives his views on the bond market with a bold call that the bull market is over.
The bond bear market is finally upon us after more than 25 years, bond guru Bill Gross said Tuesday
U.S. government debt yields rose Wednesday as investors eyed climbing national debt and amid a report that China could slow debt purchasing.
Janus Henderson's Bill Gross expects two to three rate hikes in 2018, and thinks raising rates above 2.5 percent could hurt mortgages.