Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates LP, discusses the European debt crisis, investment strategy and the global economy. He speaks with Erik Schatzker at the Bloomberg Markets 50 Summit in New York.

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Video

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6 Responses to “Bridgewater’s Dalio on Europe, Economy, Strategy”

  1. WKWV says:

    Is this the new version of Rickrolling? I click to listen to an interview, but instead I hear a background conversation about a party at a restaurant. I hope someone at Bloomberg is a little bit embarrassed about this audio feed. I see Schatzker adjust his transmitter. Live feed fail.

  2. [...] This morning, I got to listen to a (too short) discussion with hedge fund manager Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates at the Bloomberg Market 50 Summit (video here). [...]

  3. duaneteddy says:

    Can’t get the video. Says problem downloading it. Tried Bloomberg.com and got same result. Paranoid thought -did Ray pull it?

  4. David in D says:

    For TBP readers — video works now.

    Barry, thanks for point us to this… very enlightening.

  5. victor says:

    The expensive zero-sum game of financial services: “All of the profits the hedge fund makes are extracted from the market at someone’s expense, let us say, to oversimplify, another institution’s expense. One part of the collective institutional fund universe is paying a large group of hedge fund managers to squeeze gains out of another part of the total pot and then is sharing these gains in a rather cannibalistic way”

    GMO Grantham July 2010