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Jeff Gundlach is a renewed bull on bonds, buying "more long-term Treasurys (TLT) in the last...

Jeff Gundlach is a renewed bull on bonds, buying "more long-term Treasurys (TLT) in the last month than in the last four years." The 10-year yield popped north of 2% in February and is back down to 1.87% at the moment. He remains short the yen and long the Nikkei. As for Apple - now below what seemed to be his absurd $425 target just a few months ago - there's no word if he's covered that bet.
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  • thechaser
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    thank you jeff; i bought the tlt in the 115-6 range couple of weeks ago because i see it a 160 in 3 months
    4 Mar 2013, 01:49 PM Reply Like
  • hummerh25
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    If the TLT goes up them the stock market is in big trouble:-)
    4 Mar 2013, 02:33 PM Reply Like
  • Kozhany
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    This is why I use TLT + options to cover my stocks (even if they are mostly defensives ones). I believe that it's better to take positions that are not too offensive than to live constantly in anxiety.
    5 Mar 2013, 04:07 AM Reply Like
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