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Billionaire Ray Dalio is one of the world’s richest hedge fund managers. Here are his best quotes on everything from the markets to meditation.
Ray Dalio who founded Bridgewater Associates, made a whopping $2 billion last year according to the Institutional Investor's Annual Rich list.
JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon joins Ray Dalio, Mark Cuban, and other billionaires sounding the alarm on inequality in the US
Business leaders are highlighting the need for better childcare, more paid sick leave, and higher wages for American workers.
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Three billionaires sounded the alarm on high valuations in stocks this week, including Stanley Druckenmiller, Chamath Palihapitiya, and David Tepper.
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Billionaire Ray Dalio says America’s jarring inequality is a ‘national emergency’ that is threatening capitalism
According to the billionaire, capitalism as we know it is in crisis, and there needs to be bipartisan support for new policies.
‘The world will look different’: Billionaire investor Ray Dalio predicts the pandemic will ultimately boost savings and drive self-suffici...
The Bridgewater Associates boss said US reliance on masks, ventilators, and other critical equipment from China was a "vulnerability."
Ray Dalio, Adam Levinson, and other hedge fund bosses posted record losses in an ‘epically turbulent’ March
"Many funds are going to be throwing up gates and going into survival mode," Ed Rogers, head of Tokyo-based Rogers Investment Advisors told Bloomberg.
Ray Dalio says investors would be ‘pretty crazy to hold bonds’ right now as central banks continue to print money
Dalio said that he likes gold, stocks, and some corporate bonds of companies with strong balance sheets in the current environment.
"I believe that cash, which is non-interest-bearing money, will not be the safest asset to hold."
Ray Dalio was blindsided by the coronavirus market rout, and now his flagship fund is down 20% this year
"We're disappointed because we should have made money rather than lost money in this move the way we did in 2008," the hedge fund billionaire said.