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Ray Dalio and the Changing World Order

Money For the Rest of Us
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What are the forces that lead to the rise and fall of nations. Why does the U.S. appear to be in decline and what investors can do to prepare.

Topics covered include:

  • An overview of Ray Dalio and Bridgewater Associates' investment process
  • Why human productivity is the most powerful force for creating wealth.
  • Additional forces that contribute to nations increasing in power and wealth.
  • Why being the reserve currency is an exorbitant privilege.
  • What are factors that indicate a nation's influence and power is in decline.
  • What are 5 important monetary principles all investors should understand.
  • What are the questions you should ask to gauge your economic well-being.
  • What investments should you own to prepare for a changing world order.

Thanks to LinkedIn Learning for sponsoring the episode.

For show notes and more information on this episode click here.

May 27 2020



The Path Forward: The Economy | Bridgewater Associates' Ray Dalio

Washington Post Live
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Ray Dalio, co-chief investment officer and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, joined The Post to discuss the coronavirus and the economy.

May 21 2020



Legendary Investor Ray Dalio Breaks Down Everything You Need to Know About the Current World Economy

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
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History’s patterns repeat, but many things (like truly severe pandemics) may only happen once in a lifetime. So if you only think about what you’ve personally experienced, you will be unprepared for the future. As a dedicated student of history, Ray Dalio is on a mission to help us weather a coming economic storm that may be even worse than what happened in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s. In this episode of Conversations with Tom, Ray Dalio and Tom Bilyeu discuss the current severe recession and the debt crisis that preceded it. And while Ray does advocate planning for the worst-case scenario, he also offers a powerful reminder that you don’t have to do this alone.

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There’s a pattern to history, but some things only happen once in a lifetime [0:41]

Ray discusses debt crises and the problem of money creation [1:29]

The Federal Reserve is part of the government but outside of politics [5:38]

Money is digital. So how do we know it’s going to be of value? [7:37]

Ray talks about the large wealth gap and the rise of China [10:04]

Look at your income, expenses and savings, and then do a stress test [12:31]

Ray advocates intelligence and non-antagonism in politics [17:07]

Ray discusses the success of FDR in dealing with depression and debt crisis [19:47]

Ray strongly advocates for the virtues of a complete education [22:38]

Tom and Ray discuss the importance of skill acquisition [27:35]

You don’t need to make your decisions in your head. You can ask others. [33:56]

No one is going to come to save you [36:32]

You’re better off knowing that you don’t know than believing you know when you don’t [39:06]

Tom talks about the need for people to aggressively get educated and acquire skills [43:04]

What you don’t know is greater than anything you do know [47:42]

Ray is extremely curious, and he loves learning about the world and then betting on it [50:24]

When Ray was 12 years old, he started investing with his earnings from odd jobs [53:32]

Ray thinks the decline of the US empire will be manageable [57:11]

Ray advocates again planning for the worst-case scenario [59:57]






May 14 2020

1hr 8mins


If Ray Dalio Were President…

Business Casual
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He’s not running. But if he were? The hedge fund billionaire and philanthropist says he would put bipartisanship above all else. Sounds great, Ray, but is it realistic?

On this episode of Morning Brew’s Business Casual podcast and part two of our interview with Ray Dalio, we try our best to figure it out. 

Dalio expertly describes the intersection of markets and politics in today’s crisis, making the intricacies of Fed policy, Wall Street psychology, debt cycles, and more make perfect sense. Plus, Dalio gives a master class in...

  • What’s wrong with capitalism (there are some strong contenders for best pie metaphor of the year in that part)
  • How we should interpret the markets which constitute our broader economy as machines that sometimes need tune-ups

If you missed part one of our conversation with Dalio, go check it out. In this second part, he expands on his thesis that students of history could’ve seen this pandemic coming. Are you sold?

Listen now and let us know.

Apr 30 2020



Ray Dalio: Predicting Our Future Using Our Past

Business Casual
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Ray Dalio, billionaire philanthropist and hedge fund demigod, thinks we can utilize historical precedent to insulate ourselves from the inevitable pain points life throws at us. Do you?

Part I of our two-part interview with Dalio will help you make a decision. 

In this episode of Business Casual, Ray makes a case for becoming a voracious student of history. And yes, Ray thinks we could have seen today’s global health and economic crisis coming—he even goes as far in the episode as to divulge what he would have done differently if he’d paid a little more attention to the history books. 

Because as far as he sees it, there is such a thing as a formula for success. He shared that formula, plus tips for…

  • Learning how to make decisions even when armed with imperfect information at best
  • Positioning yourself to take advantage of your weaknesses as much as you do your strengths
  • Understanding what the role of the billionaire class should be in times of global panic

Listen to the episode now. And make sure you’re subscribed so you don’t miss Part II of the interview, up next from Business Casual.

Apr 28 2020



What coronavirus means for the global economy with Ray Dalio

The TED Interview
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"I'm a capitalist. I believe in the system. I believe you can increase the size of the pie and you could divide it well," says Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates. He offers wide-ranging insight and advice on how we might recover from the global economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis -- and use it as an opportunity to reform the systems that help grow our economy. This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and business curator Corey Hajim. It was recorded on April 8, 2020. To learn more, visit

Apr 09 2020



A Restaurateur in Crisis and Hedge Fund Titan Ray Dalio

Squawk Pod
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“I don’t want people to mass panic, I want people to think.” Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, the largest hedge fund in the world, considers the market downturn and what’s needed from investors and the Federal Reserve to relieve economic anxiety. Cameron Mitchell, founder and CEO of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, has closed each of his restaurants in over a dozen states and cut his staff from 4000+ to a mere six. He considers the wide impact of pandemic-prompted shutdowns across the service industry. CEO of Boston Consulting Group Rich Lesser has been speaking with other CEOs around the world; he maps out the long term costs of business slowdown. 

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Mar 19 2020



Robert Breedlove, Founder of Parallax Digital: An Open Letter to Ray Dalio re: Bitcoin

The Pomp Podcast
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Robert Breedlove is the Founder and CEO of Parallax Digital, a professional services firm specializing in Digital Asset Investments and Digital Securities Consulting. In this conversation, Robert and Anthony breakdown the historical perspective of breakdown of money, why gold served that purpose for so long, how free-market capitalism must be allowed to thrive, and go point by point in his open letter to Ray Dalio on why Dalio agrees with Bitcoiners assessment on the macroeconomy; but is missing the importance and ultimate success of Bitcoin.

Check out Robert's full article: 'An Open Letter to Ray Dalio re: Bitcoin'

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Mar 03 2020

1hr 52mins



Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
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Ray Dalio is the founder, co-CIO, and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, one of the top philanthropists in the country, and the New York Times best-selling author of Principles: Life and Work. His new adaptation, PRINCIPLES FOR SUCCESS, is an illustrated and entertaining version for readers of all ages. Ray created a simpler version for parents wanting to share these principles for decision-making with their children. I absolutely loved chatting with Ray about work-life balance as a parent, that learning often begins with failure, and the realization that life's greatest satisfaction is having both meaningful work and meaningful relationships. Ray discusses the lessons he has encountered as a parent and grandparent and the importance of letting children formulate their own opinions and decisions at an early age. 

Jan 14 2020



Episode 410: Billionaire Ray Dalio Predicts The Next Big Market Crash

Valuetainment Podcast
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Raymond Dalio is an American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. Dalio is the founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of investment firm Bridgewater Associates, one of the world's largest hedge funds. Bloomberg ranked him as the world's 58th wealthiest person in June 2019.

Jan 03 2020

1hr 13mins