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Ray Dalio Tells Barry Ritholtz How Badly Assets Will Perform, Also Says He Invented Chicken Nuggets

"We will have low returns going forward for a long time."

"We will have low returns going forward for a long time."
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3 comments on “Ray Dalio Tells Barry Ritholtz How Badly Assets Will Perform, Also Says He Invented Chicken Nuggets

  1. While Ray Dalio certainly doesn’t need my empathy, I always feel a sense of injustice when commentators bring up the ‘feel stupid holding cash’ comment. When I watched the interview in question at the time, he was pretty clearly predicting that in the final melt-up ,that’s how people end up feeling. Unfortunately his comments have been re-worked as an exhortation to buy equities (so as to avoid feeling stupid holding cash). If he had said this, he would have deserved all of the piss-taking he has gotten. But he didn’t.

    • monkfelonious

      Umm, nice fail-try. On the other hand, it could be a nice try-fail. No matter as your take it seems to be de rigueur these days. Just about anything can be excused. Out of curiosity, how is it possible the you so impossibly misunderstood the original quote?

  2. In defense of Dalio, isn´t he targeting an audience that generally is less into economics then the traders of wall street.. In this I think he does a pretty good job (that is, beware though times are coming – and even holding cash does not make you safe). This said, I would love to get more detailed stories from him about Bridgewater most recent analysis.

    Correct me if I am wrong, but did not Bridgewater short the European stockmarket heavily in the beginning of 2018, should have been a decent trade?

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