Ray Dalio Interview By Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose does a good job at getting the essence of one of Wall Street’s most successful investors, Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund. Although I have criticized him for some conventional and wrong views about deleveraging, I admire him for his usual, very unconventional thinking.

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2 comments to Ray Dalio Interview By Charlie Rose

  • Squire

    Dalio is right about his job being easier than a policy maker’s job. And he is wrong about the solution.

    He wants to print. He doesn’t want to reform taxes, health care, immigration, energy, social engineering, education, crony government, etc.

    Nobody wants to risk their jobs or their wealth. The status quo rules.

    Flow with it.

  • Squire

    Dalio is a cop out. Right of center people stand up for their position. The cop outs now are the left and they feel they are losing so they go into all that tension and political stand off stuff where nothing gets done stuff.; it is the fault of the political process where contention rules the day.

    This is as it should be. There are two types of people. Those that want the government to make as many people as possible dependent on government and those who want the government to try to make as many people as possible self-sufficient. Remember?
    50% of the population is greek. 50% want to be told what to do. 50% are really argentines (imperial president). 50% are envious of others. It is hopeless