Ray Dalio on US Dominance, China Financial system, Inflation, Way forward for Bridgewater

Ray Dalio on US Dominance, China Financial system, Inflation, Way forward for Bridgewater
Ray Dalio on US Dominance, China Economy, Inflation, Future of Bridgewater

Bridgewater Associates Founder Ray Dalio says the long run funding image for China is “nonetheless Vibrant.” In an interview with Bloomberg’s David Westin he mentioned China, saving methods and Bridgewater’s legacy following his current departure as Co-Chairman and Co-CIO. He spoke on the Greenwich Financial Discussion board in Connecticut.


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37 thoughts on “Ray Dalio on US Dominance, China Financial system, Inflation, Way forward for Bridgewater

  1. The competition is on and every trader wants to be the best and successful but the truth is not everyone can be successful in trading. But I stand to say Crypto-currency and Stock

  2. Most successful people seek the knowledge and experience of an Professionals who help them track
    issues relating to wealth management and growth but might claim to achieve success themselves without any help.

  3. The "focus" on foreign policy by Biden and the Congress, is hurting the US because all the issues of the Campaign are being ignored: healthcare, student debt, and climate change being the biggest. Money that might have been spent addressing these has been wasted on more weapons. There needs to be an overhaul of the State Department, and a discarding of violent ideologues like Victoria Nuland, and incompetents, like Blinken. If people of this "caliber" had been around during the Cuban Missile Crisis, we wouldn't be having this discussion.

  4. At Dalio’s level and his connections with Chinese officials, he probably does not see the real China. Covid in China, at this juncture, is more about face, politics, and stability control than a national health issue. China is sliding into a “1984” scenario because the technology for Covid control is simply too useful for other purposes to let go, plus the centralized digital currency in a totalitarian state. China’s aggressive behaviors on the international stage has forever changed globalization the way we knew it. Not sure if China can transition to domestic consumption-driven economy smoothly but it would be in big trouble if it doesn’t. China will likely collapse if it decided to invade Taiwan. It would be a war crime against humanity, NOT a domestic issue. Likely China will experience what Japan went through for the last 30 years, except it is a poorer version. Xi is certainly doing a “good job” accelerating CCP to a likely train wreck under his rein. Everything that he claimed to have accomplished, you can argue the opposite is more true, no kidding!

  5. This is interesting because although I see it from their angle they don't understand how America is changing at a rapid rate inside for the better, tabloids are crazy yes but also understand also what makes America on a Micro rather than a Macro. Humanity is at an all time high we must live in a higher vibration rather than a lower pointing the finger one, let's do what's right not what is easy.

    Edit: spelling correction from now to not.

  6. Even if a non dollar-denominated asset sees no real gains during inflation that's still much better than holding cash and seeing your real purchasing power undermined. In other words, sometimes you have to chose between the lesser of two evils.

  7. With inflation running at a four-decade high, recession is now the ‘most likely outcome for the economy and I cannot imagine being a victim of inflation as I will be retiring in two years. A news article I read mentioned a 52 year old that made over $150k in 7weeks, how do I learn these strategies.

  8. ”Wealth gaps” is not a problem. If Jeff Bezos walks into a bar frequented mostly by middle income individuals, the “wealth gap” has suddenly increased enormously. In what way has this made the middle class individuals worse off? The answer is that it hasn’t done this at all.

    In fact, businessmen, investors and entrepreneurs who become very wealthy do so because they make ordinary people far better off than they otherwise would have been by producing products and services that everyone uses in order to improve their lives.

  9. – Dalio: “US is in decline because the 18 parameters indicate…blah blah. China is on the rise because since 1984 the GDP per capita….26x per person, economic power blah…”

    – Also Dalio: [liquidates his stake in Alibaba]

  10. I will forever be indebted to you ?? you’ve changed my whole life I’ll continue to preach about your name for the world to hear you’ve saved me from a huge financial debt with just little investment portfolio thanks so much Mrs Kristina Graham.

  11. With inflation currently at about 10%, my primary concern is how to grow my reserve of $240k which has been sitting duck since forever with zero to no gains, sure I'm all in on the long term game, but with my savings are lying waste to inflation and my portfolio losing gains everyday, I need a remedy asap.

  12. I used to be a fan of this guy. Until I learned that he and his fund are massively invested in China. He has a huge conflict of interest. Essentially sucking up to China. He is a sell out. U can see that by him avoiding answering anything about China 😂.

  13. Stop electing RINOs and democats. Stop paying attention to liberal media. Produce more spend less. Cut ties with China. Ignore the green fear mongers.

  14. The problem with what hes saying is that the world order is structured to take away wealth from everyone else but a select view but a select view and that's always been the way it's been every century.. The fundamental thing that needs to be corrected is that the American middle class has to be protected and nurtured and grown the middle class is the heart beat is is the heartbeat of American civilization station the elites are too stupid and self centered and greedy To accept this if they were smart they would try to help the middle class prosper and in return they would also prosper… But that's not happening

  15. USA is evil to create military hotspots all over the world to benefit its military complex. USA is even evil enough to sacrifice its allies (Ukraine and Europe) including blowing up nord stream to monopolize European gas needs.

    Life is hard enough with covid and natural disasters. We don't need USA to create global tensions resulting in food and energy inflation and disruptions to global supply chain.

  16. Does Ray take into consideration the large impact of Chinas declining demographics. China will lose 500 million people in the next 25 to 30 years. How will having fewer younger chinese workers affect wage pressures and export costs.

  17. I THINK his view is temporary tightening and a deflationary money supply shock but If you look at the 1970's it was a period of high inflation and high interest rates. Good luck timing everything. But sounds like they will try to both delevarge (high rates and debt re-structuring) and print money at the same time in the 1-2 year future. I recently sold most of my assets, Short term holding u.s.d… will deploy capital in short future.

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