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Friday, July 31, 2015|
Gross Prefers Trespassers to Debtors?
Bill Gross prefers trespassers to debtors, at least when it comes to the Lord's Prayer. Oh, and he prefers neighboring dogs to stinky in-house cats.
Those are the latest personal insights revealed by the famous Janus [profile] fixed income PM in his writings, this time in his (slightly early) monthly investment outlook for August. In "Say a Little Prayer", Gross reveals that, "even at 30,000 feet, when the air gets rough," he is no longer "a 'prayerful' type of guy."
As per usual, Gross hits on a host of different topics, economic and otherwise, including: the economic woes of Greece and the rest of the EU; the "desperate patient" that is the Chinese economy, "changing doctors and proposed remedies every other month or so"; zombies; the debate over monetary policy; and the order in which he asked for blessings for different folks in his nightly prayers as a child. Here's that prayer:
"God bless Mommie, Daddie, Chip, Lyn, Mamie, Budgie, Brenda [the neighbor's bulldog], Stinky [Gross' brother's smelly, litter-box-less cat] and everyone in the whole world."
Also as per usual, Gross' latest musings have been widely picked up, by publications including: BusinessInsider, Dealbreaker, MarketWatch, Reuters, TheStreet, ThinkAdvisor, and the Wall Street Journal.
Printed from: MFWire.com/story.asp?s=52329
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