Shockingly, this one is not entitled “Baa Baa Black Restraining Device” or “Humping Dumpty.” Read more »
Bill Gross is a legendary bond investor who co-founded Pacific Investment Management in 1971. He once referred to himself as the Secretariat (as in, the thoroughbred horse) of investing and, at PIMCO, was known for discouraging employees from speaking to him or looking him in the eye. In 2014, he joined Janus Capital Management after a series of, let’s just call them “incidents” led senior employees to tell management is us or this guy.
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Since having his multi-million dollar art collection stolen last year (and putting out an AMBER alert re: their disappearance before doing the cops’ job for them), bond guru Jeffrey Gundlach has put many a protective measure in place. Read more »
Next Time You Come Into Jeff Gundlach’s House You Show Him Some Respect And Eat The God Damn Crudités He Offers YouBy Bess Levin
Just about a month earlier Bill Gross of Pacific Investment Management Co., the reigning master of the bond universe for two decades, requested an audience with Gundlach…“Bill was in his own world,” says a house-proud Gundlach, with a tone of disdain. “He doesn’t say anything [about my place]. Nothing. Doesn’t eat anything or even take a sip of water in three hours.” [Forbes]
Bill Gross Made It Through Entire Job Interview Without Referring To Himself As The Triple Crown Of Newport BeachBy Bess Levin
We Almost Had A Universe In Which Bill Gross Uttered The Words “Yes, Mr. Gundlach, Anything Else Mr. Gundlach?” Monday-FridayBy Bess Levin
In a move that stunned Wall Street, bond guru Bill Gross is joining Janus Capital Group, effective Sept. 29, the company announced Friday. Gross is leaving as chief investment officer of Pimco, the company he founded, after a remarkable 43-year tenure. Bond guru Bill Gross had met with Jeffrey Gundlach to discuss joining fixed income investment management firm Doubleline.1 Five Pimco executives told parent company Allianz they would leave Pimco if Gross did not. [CNBC, earlier] Read more »
Back in August, we learned that bond guru Jeffery Gundlach was “preparing a possible bid” for the Buffalo Bills, his hometown team. When yesterday it was reported that the organization had reached an agreement with Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula who offered $1.4 billion to become the new owners, we wondered how Gundlach would take the news. After all, this is a man known for getting what he wants, be it his art back from the crooks who stole it, for people to address him as the Pope, the satisfaction of throwing a party specifically designed to tell his former employer to suck it, or a vintage edition copy of Ass Traffic Vol. 49. To that end, he has never bit his tongue when commenting on a situation in which he felt he was done dirty or that others were in the wrong. So it was surprising to read the statement he released today, in which he sounded curiously upbeat about losing out on the team. Read more »