In the Margins

What's eating Bill Gross this month?

November 18, 2016

By Vanity Fair

Bill Gross apparently is so disturbed by the outcome of the presidential election that his monthly investment outlook is all business, specifically how the next four years are going to be a horror show. Normally, his musings eventually get to monetary policy and other weighty subjects related to his job after first unloading whatever's on his mind. Read the original story from Vanity Fair.

 

 

 

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