Listed among the top wealthiest people, Ray Dalio outlined the philosophy behind his highly successful investment firm Bridgewater. By Brett Milano Harvard Correspondent. Date February 22, August 30, Few people are more qualified to dispense business philosophy in Cambridge than investor and hedge-fund manager Ray Dalio, a Harvard Business School HBS graduate and one of the richest people in the world. Summers, the Charles W. Summers said that Dalio had already become a successful trader before coming to Harvard — making his first purchase of Northeast Airlines stock at age
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This simple but not simplistic video by Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, shows the basic driving forces behind the economy, and explains why economic cycles occur by breaking down concepts such as credit, interest rates, leveraging and deleveraging. This article is for folks who are interested in economics, especially about how monetary and fiscal policy will work differently in the future. This report is an examination of populism, the phenomenon how it typically germinates, grows, and runs its course. An in-depth look at productivity and structural reform and what it means for whether countries succeed or fail. Dalio is sharing a briefing paper that he and his research team prepared. Download the podcast through iTunes. Ray Dalio sits down with one of his greatest heroes, Paul Volcker, to talk about the state of the economy and U. Government as well as learn about the principles that guided his incredible career.
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Working at Bridgewater. Follow Us. All rights reserved. How the Economic Machine Works. The economy is like a machine. At the most fundamental level it is a relatively simple machine, yet it is not well understood. Below we explain timeless insights of how it works and share long term perspectives that illustrate these forces playing out. How the Economic Machine Works How does the economy really work? This simple but not simplistic video by Ray Dalio, Founder of Bridgewater Associates, shows the basic driving forces behind the economy, and explains why economic cycles occur by breaking down concepts such as credit, interest rates, leveraging and deleveraging. The laws of physics give us the concepts of potential energy and kinetic energy.