Attention Dip Buyers: Hold The Platter Tight With Both Hands—Your Head Will Be Deposited There Soon!

“If the long end of rates starts to rise, as I expect, and if we break through 3.50% on the 30-year, I think it’s over,” Gundlach added. “Because the competition from the bond market, particularly against a climate of limiting one of the engines of stock price appreciation, which is buybacks, is thought to be potentially in jeopardy.””They bought in, they thought it was a buy-the-dip. They feel emboldened buy it. They’ve gotten an economic and psychic reward so far. Once that buy goes underwater, it will accelerate the selling, because those people will turn into sellers. I think that’ll happen in the corporate bond market t