To temper Jamie Dimon's bearishness on muni bonds, a bullish note from DoubleLine Capital's Greg...

To temper Jamie Dimon's bearishness on muni bonds, a bullish note from DoubleLine Capital's Greg Whitely, who says a blanket dismissal of the muni sector "would be a big mistake." The end of the Build America Bonds program "creates a very favorable supply/demand dynamic in a sector replete with liquid, high-quality and high-yielding bonds."

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  • miamistorm
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    Just the kind of self serving remarks you'd expect from a firm that manages portfolios, some of which consist primarily of municipal bonds. Expediency anyone?
    Care to publish your firm's management and research skills for the period from 11-07-07 to 02-07-2009?
    It would also be nice to see published your firm's research from 2000 to 2006 that warned your clients and or the investment community of the impending financial collapse. You know the one..... it's the collapse that Ben Bernanke missed and then dismissed. I imagine that your firm was at odds with Bernanke's thinking so I would expect to see lots of material from 2005, 2006 and early 2007 explaining why DoubleLine's 'experts' had determined that Bernanke was dead wrong. Like politicians and banks, the 'average Joe' now knows the games money management firms played upon an unsuspecting and trusting public. The gig is up boys. One need only look at the anemic daily volume numbers to verify the public's displeasure at Wall Street and all it connotes.
    13 Jan 2011, 10:45 PM Reply Like
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