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``The filing confirms Dalio's view on gold, as he started recommending investors have between 5% and 10% of the yellow metal in their portfolio. ''
Until last quarter, the world's biggest hedge fund had, curiously, never held a position (according to our records) in any of the most liquid gold ETFs, whether the SPDR Gold Trust, the GLD, or the iShares Gold Trust, the IAU. That changed...Show More Summary
Reverting to one of his favorite topics - namely how the application of a statistical average of a sharply bimodal sample tends to muddle the resulting signal, something Ray Dalio expounded on as recently as last month- on Monday morning,...Show More Summary
Ray Dalio's number-two is reportedly kinda handsy; Forbes says Wilbur Ross lied to them about being a billionaire for years; Dick Fuld is back, baby; Bjork wants to give you cryptocurrency; and more.
While Jamie Dimon, Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio and Larry Fink have all revealed themselves to be skeptics of bitcoin, accusing it of being a bubble, at best, and a fraud, at worst, one longtime investor who made his name scooping up “value”...Show More Summary
Billionaire Ray Dalio, the founder, co-chairman, and co-CIO of Bridgewater Associates, discusses the investment environment with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and David Gura on Bloomberg Radio and Television Ray Dalio Says the Worst Asset You...Show More Summary
‘Principles’ is a gift that keeps on giving.
Casting his vote in the ongoing debate of which is a bigger bubble, bonds or stocks, Bridgewater's billionaire founder Ray Dalio, who has continued his whirlwind of media appearances in recent years, said that he sees a "significant amount of risk in the bond market" envisioning a growing risk to stability as the U.S. Show More Summary
Ray Dalio is one of the world’s most successful investors and entrepreneurs--but he is also one of those people who transcends the industry in which he has been successful.
Nothing has ever scared the guru more than having to interview his own guru.
Ray Dalio, the founder of the largest hedge fund in the world, told Henry Blodget that every investor should have 5-10% of their portfolio in gold. During that same interview Dalio called bitcoin a "speculative bubble" and said thatShow More Summary
When the “hedge fund king” and a former Obama administration adviser agree on something, it is worth taking note. In this case, the issue is income inequality and its threat to our economic and political stability. Ray Dalio, who heads Bridgewater Associates, divided the country into the top 40 percent and bottom 60 percent. The […]
Mark Johnson ruins it for the rest of the forex world; Klarman has Baupost at 40 percent cash; Ray Dalio is talking wealth transfers; Amazon but for weed; and more.
Every quarter, the Fed's Flow of Funds report discloses - among many other things - the total U.S. household net worth, and every quarter for the past two years this number has steadily gone up, hitting fresh all time highs with every...Show More Summary
Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater, the world's largest hedge fund, just published a note on the state of the US economy. He noted that the bottom 60% of Americans are struggling, listing a litany of depressing statistics to makeShow More Summary
Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, shared a chart in a LinkedIn post showing that the top 0.1% of households now hold about the same amount of wealth as the bottom 90%. He notes that today's wealth gap is similar to that...Show More Summary
Great compilation today by Raul Illargi. On the derivatives-clearing issue: Calling into question the continuity of tens of thousands of derivative contracts, [Carney] stated that it was "pretty clear they will no longer be valid", that this "could only be solved by both sides" and has been "underappreciated" by Europe. Show More Summary
While in recent days Bridgewater has been in the news not for its investing acumen (or lack thereof), or the outspoken, contrarian views of its founder Ray Dalio, but rather the recent spirited attack by Jim Grant who in not so manyShow More Summary
Jim Grant, author of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, first hinted last week that not all is well when it comes to the world's biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio's $160 billion Bridgewater (of which one half is the world's biggest risk-parity juggernaut). Show More Summary