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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.
‘One of those once in 100 years catastrophic events’: Billionaire Ray Dalio says coronavirus will ‘annihilate’ select parts of...
Rate cuts prop up demand and asset prices, but coordinated monetary and fiscal policy would more efficiently contain economic fallout, Dalio wrote.
Ray Dalio clarifies his previous comments that the market impact of coronavirus has been ‘exaggerated’
Dalio clarified comments he made regarding the market reaction to coronavirus via a LinkedIn post Wednesday
Ray Dalio says Wuhan coronavirus is having an ‘exaggerated effect’ on markets, and predicts a recovery soon
The billionaire boss of Bridgewater Associates is more worried about political and wealth inequalities.
Rethinking Capitalism: How the 2010s ruined the American Dream — and what should be done in the 2020s to bring it back
Business Insider explores the economic issues that defined the 2010s and will shape the 2020s, like union power, taxes, antitrust, and sustainability.
Goldman noted that "a large portion of positioning has still not moved into equity" from traditionally safer assets including bonds and cash.
The founder of the world's biggest hedge fund argued a weaker dollar and growing money supply would erode the value of cash.
The world’s top 20 hedge fund managers posted their biggest gains of the decade in 2019 — and returned $59.3 billion to their investors
TCI manager Christopher Hohn led his fund to a $8.4 billion windfall last year, the largest return among the group of 20.
The 2019 performance is a disappointing reversal from the previous year, when the Pure Alpha strategy gained nearly 15%.
Bill Gates called for higher taxes on the wealthy in a New Year’s Eve blog post. Here’s a look at the American billionaires and multimilli...
The group includes Mark Cuban, George Soros, Ray Dalio, Abigail Disney, members of the Pritzker and Gund families, and a Facebook cofounder.