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Do you own Gold ? You should … Listen why

“If you dont own gold…there is no sensible reason other than you dont know history or you dont know the economics of it”

 


Ray Dalio is an American businessman and founder of the investment firm Bridgewater Associates.

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    The following conversation took place at Harvard University. Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Larry Summers invited Ray Dalio, founder and chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, to discuss Dalio’s unique views on economics. The conversation is based off of Dalio’s 30-minute animated video entitled “How the Economic Machine…
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    Follow up of my post on BIG COMPANIES NOW HAVE A HAND IN THE COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY Here is one picture.
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    http://www.teslamotors.com/sites/default/files/blog_attachments/gigafactory.pdf
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    The world's next credit crunch could make 2008 look like a hiccup Is this why central bankers are so scared of raising interest rates?   A solar eclipse, a super moon, the FTSE 100 breaching 7,000 and the US Federal Reserve speaking in tongues - truly some kind of financial…
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    This is a story about ARM Holdings (ARMH), the mobile technology company. But before it gets going, here are a few things you need to know: 1. ARM is a company made up mostly of chip engineers. They design parts of chips—such as graphics and communication bits—and they design entire…
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Bloomberg, Dalio Discuss Business Strategies

Michael Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies, and Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates LP, talk about their business strategies and careers. Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle moderates the discussion at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in New York. Bloomberg is also majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News, and former mayor of New York City.

http://www.bloomberg.com/video/popout/M6u95z7eQ0ek0oO24Zb3hQ/11.657

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    In 2009 Twitter was a 50-person company punching way above its weight in cultural impact, its micro-blogging platform blasting its way into the public imagination. But its ambitions were even higher. According to leaked internal documents, the company had privately set goals over the next few years of a billion…
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    (Source : http://outthinker.com/outthinkerblog/?p=250 ) Picture this scenario. A bomb has exploded. You’ve been working for the last two weeks in a remote part of Mongolia. Your boss promised this short-term assignment would prove your commitment and accelerate your career. But now, unsure of what happened or which coworkers were injured or…
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    First, let’s figure out why we are talking about funding as something you need to do. This is not a given. The opposite of funding is “bootstrapping,” the process of funding a startup through your own savings. There are a few companies that bootstrapped for a while until taking investment,…
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Larry Summers and Ray Dalio on Dalio’s Unique Perspective of “How the Economic Machine Works”

The following conversation took place at Harvard University. Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Larry Summers invited Ray Dalio, founder and chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, to discuss Dalio’s unique views on economics. The conversation is based off of Dalio’s 30-minute animated video entitled “How the Economic Machine Works” which is available on YouTube and at EconomicPrinciples.org.

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    Take a look at "How The Economic Machine Works," an introduction to the economic system by Ray Dalio, founder of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates. In the video, the Bridgewater Associates founder stresses three rules of thumb he'd like you to remember: 1) Don't have debt rise faster…
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    "If you dont own gold...there is no sensible reason other than you dont know history or you dont know the economics of it"   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK6mUl3YMwU Ray Dalio is an American businessman and founder of the investment firm Bridgewater Associates.
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    I try to learn from the best. Ray Dalio is one of them. He founded Bridgewater Associates, one of the biggest hedge funds in the world. Many retail investors have not heard of him, probably because his funds are open only to big institutions. It's a terrible mistake to limit…
    Tags: fund, dalio, ray, bridgewater, associates, hedge
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    Follow up of my post on BIG COMPANIES NOW HAVE A HAND IN THE COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY Here is one picture.
    Tags: economy
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    http://www.teslamotors.com/sites/default/files/blog_attachments/gigafactory.pdf
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Boost your productivity and profits with mindfulness and meditation

Mindfulness and meditation exercises are becoming increasingly popular with businesses. What could they offer your firm? Natasha Clark investigates.

Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates; Steve Jobs, Mark Benioff, Salesforce.com; Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Gweneth Paltrow and Rupert Murdoch. What do all these CEOs, celebrities and influential business leaders have in common?

They all practice mindfulness and the art of meditation, and swear by its practices to make them happier, more productive and more efficient at what they do. Could it work for your business too?

Mindfulness is defined as a head and body approach to well being that can change the way you think about experiences in order to reduce stress and anxiety. In a high-pressure world of constant interconnectedness, meditation and the practice of mindfulness can calm and focus the mind and help to avoid burnout. Most people who practice meditation do so for a small amount of time each day, where they focus on the body and physical presence, and train their mind to concentrate on the present.

http://business-reporter.co.uk/

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    In yesterday’s column, I wrote: If you have an issue with Social Security, then fix it. The regressive taxes to fund retirement benefits top out at about $117,000 in 2014. Why not simply raise that to $250,000 next year and $500,000 during the next 20 years. Congratulations, you just made Social…
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    When I graduated University with a business degree last May, I received two incredible full-time job offers, both of which I declined because I had a plan. For exactly one year, from May 1, 2013, through May 1, 2014, I would devour everything I could get my hands on about…
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          Motivation is a fire that must  constantly be refueled if it is to continue to burn.      
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    I’m looking forward to sharing posts from time to time about things I’ve learned in my career at Microsoft and the Gates Foundation. (I also post frequently on my blog.) Last month, I went to Omaha for the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. It’s always a lot of fun, and…
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    Graduation speeches are the last opportunity for a high school or college to educate its students. It's unsurprising, then, that these institutions often pull in some of the world's most powerful people to leave an equally powerful impression on their students. Here are the best of those speeches and some…
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Be like Dalio. Own your mistakes, fix them and learn from them.

In yesterday’s column, I wrote:

If you have an issue with Social Security, then fix it. The regressive taxes to fund retirement benefits top out at about $117,000 in 2014. Why not simply raise that to $250,000 next year and $500,000 during the next 20 years. Congratulations, you just made Social Security solvent for the next century.

I was incorrect. Several sharp-eyed readers pointed out those numbers didn’t add up. That sent me back to a research report I was basing this on, and as it was, I had incorrectly read the data, conflating raising the cap with removing it entirely. As the Congressional Budget Office numbers show, making incomes up to $500,000 subject to the payroll-tax wouldn’t get the job done. Indeed, removing the cap would only cover about nine-tenths of the projected Social Security shortfall in the coming decades.

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    Mindfulness and meditation exercises are becoming increasingly popular with businesses. What could they offer your firm? Natasha Clark investigates. Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates; Steve Jobs, Mark Benioff, Salesforce.com; Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Gweneth Paltrow and Rupert Murdoch. What do all these CEOs, celebrities and influential business leaders have in common? They…
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          Motivation is a fire that must  constantly be refueled if it is to continue to burn.      
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    Graduation speeches are the last opportunity for a high school or college to educate its students. It's unsurprising, then, that these institutions often pull in some of the world's most powerful people to leave an equally powerful impression on their students. Here are the best of those speeches and some…
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    Delighted to see so many people sharing my top 10 tips article on the BBC. One of the most rewarding parts of success is being able to share what you have learned to try to help others.  Like many people, I learn better through experience than theory. Also, if presented with huge…
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    There’s a startup in New York everyone talks about, and the things they say aren't very nice.  The startup sold for ~$80 million and the founders got rich. But, as the rumors go, no other employee made more than $50,000. That's a common exit scenario. The founders put in a…
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How The Economic Machine Works,

Take a look at “How The Economic Machine Works,” an introduction to the economic system by Ray Dalio, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates.

In the video, the Bridgewater Associates founder stresses three rules of thumb he’d like you to remember:

1) Don’t have debt rise faster than income

2) Don’t have income rise faster than productivity

3) Do all that you can to raise your productivity

 

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    Michael Steinhardt forged the model for making hedge fund billions before exiting the game. With WisdomTree, he’s back to upend Wall Street again–this time, with the little-guy investor at his side. Source URL
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    The following conversation took place at Harvard University. Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Larry Summers invited Ray Dalio, founder and chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, to discuss Dalio’s unique views on economics. The conversation is based off of Dalio’s 30-minute animated video entitled “How the Economic Machine…
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    Ray Dalio, the sixty-one-year-old founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund, is tall and somewhat gaunt, with an expressive, lined face, gray-blue eyes, and longish gray hair that he parts on the left side. When I met him earlier this year at his office, on the outskirts of Westport,…
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    George Soros' Quantum Endowment fund has been named the world's most successful hedge fund, after it gained $5.5 billion in 2013, bringing the total gains since inception to $39.6 billion. Quantum overtook Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Pure Alpha in a study by LCH Investments which ranked the top 20 hedge…
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