Publisher description for The bond king : investment secrets from PIMCO's Bill Gross / Timothy Middleton.
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A revealing look at the investment genius of a finance legend
Bill Gross is a living legend among financiers and investors, as well as the undisputed "bond king." In a chaotic financial environment, where weary investors are desperate to just break even, Bill Gross is reaping profits. His investments have made PIMCO's Total Return Fund the largest bond fund in the U.S. In The Bond King, business journalist Timothy Middleton presents the real Bill Gross-blackjack king, fighter pilot, marathon runner, impresario of bonds, and founder of Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), a leading institutional money manager with over $300 billion in assets under management. Filled with interviews and expert insight from Bill Gross, The Bond King shares the lessons that have shaped Gross's successful investment approach, reveals the analysis and decision-making that goes into his investments, and pre-sents his investment outlook for the future. With this book as their guide, readers interested in bonds, as well as professional money managers, will glean the hard-earned knowledge of an investment genius in a matter of hours.
Timothy Middleton (New York, NY) is a columnist for CNBC on MSN Money and a regular contributor to CNBC's Squawk Box. A financial journalist for 25 years, he has been an editor of Dow Jones News Service and Crain's New York Business, and a writer for The Wall Street Journal European edition. Middleton was a Davenport Fellow in Reporting on Business and the Economy of the University of Missouri. A native of the Midwest, he was also a speechwriter for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bonds, Bond market, Investments, Gross, William H