Market Extra: Bill Gross warns U.S. market risk highest since 2008 crisis

Bill Gross thinks the market is in as bad shape as it was in 2008.

As stocks continue their inexorable march deeper into uncharted territory, yet another prominent investor has joined the chorus of experts warning of a catastrophic end to the market’s hot streak.

Bill Gross, portfolio manager of the Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund, on Wednesday warned that the financial markets are at their most vulnerable since the 2008 financial crisis and investors are paying too high of a price for the risks that they are taking.

“Instead of buying low and selling high, you’re buying high and crossing your fingers,” said the bond guru, speaking at the Bloomberg Invest New York conference.

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