Ray Dalio, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer at Bridgewater Associates (the world’s largest hedge fund with $122 billion of assets currently under management), also known as the hedge fund king has taken to LinkedIn to shed some light on the biggest economic and social-political issues of our time. Here is Ray Dalio’s LinkedIn post published on October 23, 2017, entitled Our Biggest Economic, Social, And Political Issue. The crux of Dalio’s piece is that a widening wealth gap and income inequality have contributed to a two-tier economy which is also causing social and political challenges. But is Dalio shedding...Read More
Author: The Wealth Training Company
Posted by The Wealth Training Company | Dec 11, 2017 |
Warren Buffett, born in Omaha August 30, 1930, the second of three children and the only son of Leila (née Stahl) and Congressman Howard Buffett. Warren Buffett is married with 3 children. Buffett graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1947. His first Bachelor degree was at University of Nebraska–Lincoln where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. After being rejected by Harvard Business School, Buffett then enrolled at Columbia Business School of Columbia University and was awarded a Master of Science in Economics in 1951. After graduating, Buffett attended the New York Institute of Finance. Buffett...Read More
Posted by The Wealth Training Company | Dec 8, 2017 |
Ray Dalio (August 1, 1949, Jackson Heights, New York City, New York, US). Net worth 16.8 billion USD (2017). Ray Dalio is an American investor, hedge fund manager. He is known for his investment firm, Bridgewater Associates which he founded in 1975 out of his apartment. Bridgewater Associates is one of the world’s largest hedge funds with $160 billion in assets under management (as of October 2014). But Dalio didn’t come from your archetypical finance investment background. His father was a professional Jazz musician who “played the clarinet and saxophone at Manhattan jazz clubs such as the Copacabana” and...Read More
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