Bill Gross, who runs the world's biggest bond fund at Pimco, said he favors high-quality, short duration and inflation-protected bonds and dividend-paying stocks with a preference for developing over developed markets. He also favors commodities whose prices rise with inflation and are limited supply.

Gross made these recommendations in his latest investment outlook, published on Tuesday. In ultra-low interest rate climate where global growth and inflation would stay mild, investors "must take risk in some form," Gross wrote.

Source: Reuters

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