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The Education of Ray Dalio
(DOC) Resume' - tagalog by ed pelonio jr. | Edwin Pelonio - ungarischlernen.info
In , seven years after launching Bridgewater out of his two-bedroom New York City apartment , he made a bad bet that wiped him out financially — and spiritually. Dalio, then 33, was certain that the stock market and economy were about to go down as a result of Mexico defaulting on its debt. Instead the U. Weeks later, the Fed made rate cuts, propelling the markets even more, causing Dalio to lose everything. And while he describes that time as "very painful," he says the experience was the " best thing " that ever happened to him because it forced him change his mindset.
Bridgewater Associates, which Dalio founded in , increased its investment in gold through the world's largest largest exchange-traded funds, ETFs , according to a F regulatory filing the company made late on Wednesday. The fund's holding in SPDR is now its second-most valuable. This investment is now Bridgewater's sixth biggest stake, up from ninth the previous quarter. ETFs are a common vehicle that investors use to gain exposure to the underlying gold price, without having to take delivery of, or store the metal themselves. The fund issues shares that are then backed up by physical gold.
Great investors are habitually giving advice to those who want to become successful in the stock market. These tips generally advocate saving lots of money, diversifying your portfolio, and not trying to time the market. But very few give the recipe for that secret sauce that makes them stand out above others -- except for Ray Dalio, the founder of the largest hedge fund in the world, Bridgewater Associates.