Ray Dalio / Bridgewater
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Speaker: Ray Dalio, Founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer, Bridgewater Associates, L.P. Presider: Maria Bartiromo, Anchor, CNBC September 12, 2012, New York Council on Foreign Relations MODERATOR: Good morning, everyone. Thank you so much for joining us bright and early this morning. We appreciate it. CEO Speaker Series: A Conversation with Ray Dalio
A Conversation with Ray Dalio (Video)
Quarterly Outlook 2012
DEEP THOUGHTS FROM RAY DALIO
There Is No Joy In Muddlethroughville: World's Biggest Hedge Fund Is Bearish For 2012 Through 2028, And Is Long Gold That Ray Dalio, famed head of the world's largest (and not one hit wonder unlike certain others) hedge fund has long been quite bearishly inclined has been no secret. For anyone who missed Dalio's must see interview (and transcript) with Charlie Rose we urge you to read this: "Dalio: " There Are No More Tools In The Tool Kit ."
Ray Dalio: Man and machine And my returns look like this “THE most beautiful deleveraging yet seen” is how Ray Dalio describes what is now going on in America's economy. As America has gone through the necessary process of reducing its debt-to-income ratio since the financial crash of 2008, he reckons its policymakers have done well in mixing painful stuff like debt restructuring with injections of cash to keep demand growing.