7 views on the market from Jeffrey Gundlach
Fixed-income investors have grown complacent
Gundlach said that a sell-off of risk assets could push the 10-year Treasury yield down around 1.5% again and investors should take note of these long-term risks. But he also said that he believes investors are "too complacent" about the downside risks of other fixed-income sectors. “If Treasury bond yields rise further, it’s sort of hard to figure out why you would hold your value on a 4.25% double-B corporate bond,” he said, “so I think they have duration risk, too.
Source: Litman Gregory