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2 Bridgewater® Daily Observations 11/15/2011 “Plan B-2 is to pursue the Plan A direction of trying to save almost everyone and to get around the limitations arising from not having enough resources by leveraging up the EFSF commitments. We won't digress into the ways that this leveraging can happen, but we will highlight the big, obvious
Bridgewater ® Daily Observations March 22, 2017 ©2017 Bridgewater Associates, LP (203) 226-3030 Ray Dalio Steven Kryger Jason Rogers Gardner Davis Populism: The Phenomenon This report is an examination of populism, the phenomenon—how it typically germinates, grows, and runs its course.
Subject: Bridgewater Daily Observations - "Reflation" Reflation As you know, we believe that we are going through a deleveraging process in which: * Private sector credit is contracting, or not growing fast enough, to produce a satisfactory level of purchases of goods, services and financial assets. If left alone, this
Bridgewater' Daily Observations 7/21/2015 . 3. 4. Give Feedback The development of a speculative bubble is normal at this stage in the evolution of the development of stock markets (though it could have been better managed through standards controls on margin
Bridgewater Daily Observations: Our Thoughts About Risk Parity and All Weather. Share This: By: Ray Dalio, Bob Prince and Greg Jensen. Since there has recently been a controversy about risk parity, since we were responsible for coming up with the idea, and since we now manage more of it than any other firm, we feel a responsibility for ...
Bridgewater ® Daily Observations 10/31/12 Other factors that influence competitiveness also matter. The cost of uneducated people, raw materials, capital and everything else that goes into the cost of production matter in proportion to their shares of the total cost of production. In other words, there is a world market for productive resources
3 Bridgewater® Daily Observations 9/16/2015 Now consider an alternative: a portfolio that levers bonds to a comparable risk to stocks, and holds equal risk in stocks and bonds with a degree of leverage in the bonds so that the expected return of the portfolio is the same
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