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Ray Dalio: There’s Just A ‘1-To-3’ Year Supply Of Stimulus Left, Then The Bottle Is Empty

"...the sooner we use it, the sooner it will run out".

"...the sooner we use it, the sooner it will run out".
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3 comments on “Ray Dalio: There’s Just A ‘1-To-3’ Year Supply Of Stimulus Left, Then The Bottle Is Empty

  1. Anonymous

    A broader interpretation of Ray’s thesis would contain the possibility that the whole system has failed and that market strength is a natural consequence of wealth distribution. You know, if antioxidants really work like they seem to be working we have a budding wave of 125 year old people going forward. They will devour a lot more entitlement assets than current projections contemplate. Too much financial analysis today is being done at an exceedingly superficial level. Both Walt and Ray are not afraid to point to the fragile underpinnings behind many of these “derived” perspectives

  2. I would say the whole system is attempting to fail and market strength is exasperating attempts of corrective mechanisms.. I do agree Ray and H are well aware of the inability of patchwork fixes to right this ship…A distracted public laced with a few eye catching extremists thrown in , as it seems almost on purpose , is a negative as well….

  3. I think China is the only country with a lot of ammo. The real question is whether they can resist the temptation to be the bully on the block instead of the good neighbor.

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