Jeffrey Gundlach

Jeffrey Edward Gundlach (born October 30, 1959) is an American investor and businessperson.wikipedia
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50 Most Influential (Bloomberg Markets ranking)

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In 2012, he was included in the 50 Most Influential list of Bloomberg Markets Magazine.
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Amherst, New York

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Jeffrey Gundlach was born on October 30, 1959 and is a native of Amherst, New York, where his father was a chemist for Pierce and Stevens Chemical Corp.
Jeffrey Gundlach, bond manager, graduated from Amherst High School

Americans

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Jeffrey Edward Gundlach (born October 30, 1959) is an American investor and businessperson.

Entrepreneurship

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He is the founder of DoubleLine Capital LP, an investment firm.

TCW Group

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He was formerly the head of the $9.3 billion TCW Total Return Bond Fund.

Dartmouth College

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He is a graduate of Dartmouth College where he graduated summa cum laude in math and philosophy in 1981, and attended Yale University for a Ph.D. in theoretical mathematics before dropping out.

Latin honors

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He is a graduate of Dartmouth College where he graduated summa cum laude in math and philosophy in 1981, and attended Yale University for a Ph.D. in theoretical mathematics before dropping out.

Yale University

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He is a graduate of Dartmouth College where he graduated summa cum laude in math and philosophy in 1981, and attended Yale University for a Ph.D. in theoretical mathematics before dropping out.

Barron's (newspaper)

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In a February 2011 cover story, Barron's called him the "King of Bonds".

CNBC

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On March 9, 2011, Gundlach was quoted on CNBC that "Munis Are The New Subprime."

Bloomberg Markets

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In 2012, he was included in the 50 Most Influential list of Bloomberg Markets Magazine.

Los Angeles

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He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Porsche

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Gundlach's Santa Monica home was burgled in his absence in September 2012 and several pieces of art were taken along with some wine, five designer watches, cash and a prized 2010 red Porsche Carrera 4S. Some days after the theft, Gundlach added to a $200,000 "overall" reward a $1 million reward for the Piet Mondrian painting amongst the missing and a $500,000 reward for the Jasper Johns.

Piet Mondrian

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Gundlach's Santa Monica home was burgled in his absence in September 2012 and several pieces of art were taken along with some wine, five designer watches, cash and a prized 2010 red Porsche Carrera 4S. Some days after the theft, Gundlach added to a $200,000 "overall" reward a $1 million reward for the Piet Mondrian painting amongst the missing and a $500,000 reward for the Jasper Johns.

Jasper Johns

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Gundlach's Santa Monica home was burgled in his absence in September 2012 and several pieces of art were taken along with some wine, five designer watches, cash and a prized 2010 red Porsche Carrera 4S. Some days after the theft, Gundlach added to a $200,000 "overall" reward a $1 million reward for the Piet Mondrian painting amongst the missing and a $500,000 reward for the Jasper Johns.

Albright–Knox Art Gallery

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In 2016, Gundlach agreed to donate $42.5 million to Albright–Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, as part of their capital campaign and expansion project.

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In 2016, Gundlach agreed to donate $42.5 million to Albright–Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, as part of their capital campaign and expansion project.

Sohn Conference Foundation

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2014 NFL season

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The bidders for the team included payroll processing magnate Tom Golisano, natural gas tycoon Terrence Pegula, real estate mogul Donald Trump, a consortium including former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly and bond manager Jeffrey Gundlach, and a consortium of Jon Bon Jovi and the principals of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.

Gundlach

Jeffrey Gundlach, investment banker, founder of Doubleline Capital

Marc Stern

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In 2009, he fired Jeffrey Gundlach, an asset manager who went on to establish his own company, DoubleLine Capital.

Amherst Central High School

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Jeffrey Gundlach, investor and philanthropist

Janne Sirén

Under his leadership, the Albright-Knox raised $125 million between June 2016 and March 2018, including a $42.5 million matching challenge from businessman and investor Jeffrey Gundlach, the largest single philanthropic gift in the history of Western New York.

Wall Street Week

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The first episode featured special guest "bond king" Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital and panelists Liz Ann Sonders (who was a frequent panelist on the original "Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser") of Charles Schwab and Jonathan Beinner of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.