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Ray Dalio’s Flagship Fund Wrong-Footed By Rates Bets, Falls 6%: Report

According to a source, Pure Alpha isn't the only Bridgewater fund that's struggling.

According to a source, Pure Alpha isn't the only Bridgewater fund that's struggling.
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9 comments on “Ray Dalio’s Flagship Fund Wrong-Footed By Rates Bets, Falls 6%: Report

  1. Rational explanations don’t work well in this market when the major political players all use market performance as a primary criteria for their actions….Charlie McElligott , I’ll give him credit , has found a way to Navigate this environment as least for now ( never forever though)

  2. Thanks for this article. I must say, this makes me quite happy with myself, because I’m down 6% too in my first year of trading, and sometimes It’s easy to forget its not just you as an individual struggling in the current market. When the market has moved decently over the past few months, I always feel I’m the only sucker on the wrong side of it.

  3. Anonymous

    Raaaaay… the next time Bill Gross calls and suggests that you short Bunds, just hang up the phone!

  4. Anonymous

    He must not have bought enough gold.

  5. Anonymous

    I may be misunderstanding something, but doesn’t bearish bets on rates indicate that he was on the right side of the trade, as rates have trended lower in many parts of the world? Or does that term convey that he was bearish on bonds?

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