Dalio’s $22 Billion Bet Against Europe

Billionaire fund manager and Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio is “leading his firm down a path few other funds care to tread,” that involves selling off European holdings to the tune of $22 billion. This according to a recent article in Bloomberg. The article explains that Europe’s strong economy, tight labor market and rising interest rates are factors that fulfill Dalio’s “sell” requirements. Last year, it reports, Europe’s economy grew at the fastest pace in a… Read More

Bridgewater’s Arguments Against Fed Rate Hikes

Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, told clients that the Federal Reserve is making a mistake by raising interest rates. This according to a recent article in Business Insider. In a recent client note co-written by Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio, the firm outlines five arguments against further rate hikes: “There is not nearly enough inflation and overheating risk to make concerns about inflation and overheating performance of paramount importance.” “It’s tougher to reverse an… Read More