Bill Gross says the good times are over and it's time to fly to quality

Bill Gross says the good times are over and it's time to fly to quality. In his most recent Investment Commentary for Janus he writes: when the year is done, there will be minus signs in front of returns for many asset classes. Gross argues that the US Federal Reserve will struggle to raise interest rates before (at least) the end of 2015 as falling oil prices and the strong US dollar limit its options. So where should we all be invested? Gross writes with moments of liquidity having already been experienced in recent months, 2015 may see a continuing round of musical chairs as riskier asset categories become less and less desirable. Investors should consider buying and holding quality assets such as US Treasuries, high-quality corporate bonds and shares in companies with limited debt and solid dividends.


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