PIMCO funds like the Total Return Fund, have been a way for people to invest in bonds for decades. Is a Pimco fund right for you?
The PIMCO Total Return Fund remains one of the largest mutual funds and a big way to invest in bonds. Does it make sense for you? That depends.
The mutual fund giant has started to see even more fallout from the loss of its former leader.
Many believe the PIMCO Total Return Fund will leave shareholders with a big tax hit. Find out why.
Real Treasury interest rates remaining at zero or lower may be a bullish catalyst for precious metals.
Whether markets end up higher or lower is anyone's guess, but here are some things worth noting right now.
Income investments will have taken a big hit. Watch for knee-jerk reactions.
The corporate bond space is crucial, says adviser T. Dale, who recommends that retail investors use mutual funds and ETFs to get exposure. He also discusses why debt is likely to rise in the developed world.
Bill Gross, Vikram Pandit, and other notable members of the super-wealthy are sympathetic to the Occupy Wall Street movement -- at least if you take their word for it.