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Is Bridgewater A Fraud? Here Are The Troubling Questions Posed By Jim Grant

Jim Grant, author of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, first hinted last week that not all is well when it comes to the world’s biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio’s $160 billion Bridgewater (of which one half is the world’s biggest risk-parity juggernaut). Speaking to Bloomberg last week, Grant said he was “bearish” on Bridgewater because founder […]

Is Bridgewater A Fraud? Here Are The Troubling Questions Posed By Jim Grant

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Oct 11, 2017 4:05 PM Jim Grant, author of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, first hinted last week that not all is well when it comes to the world’s biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio’s $160 billion Bridgewater (of which one half is the world’s biggest risk-parity juggernaut). Speaking to Bloomberg last week, Grant said he was “bearish” […]

One Trader Warns Of “The True Danger Ahead”

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist, It’s easy for me to sit back and take pot shots at the hedge fund gurus calling for a repeat of the 2008 crash. Spouting words about markets never repeating the previous crisis is kind of cheap. If I am so sure history won’t repeat, why don’t […]

The “Wolf Of Wall Street” Says Jamie Dimon Is Right About Bitcoin

The guy who made tens of millions of dollars misleading American retirees into buying worthless pink sheet stocks says he agrees with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon’s comment that bitcoin is “a fraud.” Jordan Belfort, the inspiration for Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in the 2013 Martin Scorsese film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” […]

Are You Prepared For These Potentially Disruptive Economic Storms?

Authored by Frank Holmes via StockBoardAsset.com, Summary Are government inflation numbers more “fake news”? A falling dollar is good for U.S. trade. Are you ready for a big fight? Here in San Antonio, grocery stores were packed with families stocking up on water and canned food in preparation for Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated Houston […]

Two Reasons Why This Billionaire Just Loaded Up on Gold

caseyresearch.com / By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch / August 17 2017 Ray Dalio just issued a serious warning. Dalio, as you may know, is one of the world’s top investors. He manages more than $160 billion at Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund. Dalio is at the top of Wall Street because he can spot massive threats […]

“You Could See Panic”: PIMCO Joins Gundlach In Loading Up On S&P Puts

In the world of giant bond funds, imitation of trades just may be the sincerest form of flattery. Just two days after DoubleLine’s Jeff Gundlach told Bloomberg and CNBC that he was taking profits in high risk assets, including corporate profits, building a buffer and loading up on VIX as a surge in volatility was […]

Ray Dalio: With Two Potential Crises, Buy Gold In Case “Things Go Badly”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 10, 2017 12:35 PM It’s been a while, years in fact, but suddenly it’s gold’s time to shine again. The yellow metal – insurance against systemic collapse, hyperinflation and infinite political stupidity – which in recent years has seen its popularity fade as the younger generation has gravitated toward the far […]

Weekend Reading – Are Stocks Really The Great “Wealth” Equalizer?

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Just recently, the New York Post a very interesting article entitled “Millennials should start taking stocks seriously.” While I am sure the author is well-intentioned, it is a very misguided article in its assumptions. The author jumps right in with both feet: “Many millennials are missing the chance to accumulate significant assets.” […]

Market Liquidity Conditions Are Still Loose As A Goose

Via Global Macro Monitor, Since the Fed began raising interest rates in December 2015,  financial market liquidity conditions have loosened considerably.   Recall our post,  Orwellian Monetary Policy,  which we wrote in May. “Tightening is Easing”   Since U.S. monetary policy began tightening in December 2015, the Fed has added liquidity to the financial system […]