Jeremy Grantham Says Bonds Are "Grotesquely Overvalued"

According to panelists on CNBC's Fast Money, noted investor Jeremy Grantham told listeners at the Ira Sohn Conference, which is taking place this evening, that bonds are "grotesquely overvalued." The Ira Sohn Conference is an annual meeting where top hedge fund managers present some of their highest conviction investment ideas. Often times, waves are made in the markets in the wake of this exclusive conference. Jeremy Grantham is the Chairman of the Board of Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo, a Boston based asset management firm well known among institutional investors. If you are interested in going short bonds, consider buying the ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury ETF
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