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Ray Dalio

  1. enlightenment for dummies
    On the Road to Enlightenment With Andrew Ross Sorkin, David Lynch, and Dr. OzAlso, Ray Dalio and Arianna Huffington.
  2. a bridgewater too far
    The World’s Biggest Hedge Fund Had a Pretty Bad YearRay Dalio’s magic missed the mark in 2013.
  3. dalio university
    Make $13 Billion in 30 Minutes With Ray Dalio’s Simple Economic Explainer VideoIt’s easy!
  4. hellspawn
    People Terrified by Giant Squid Have Hedge-Fund Manager Ray Dalio to ThankHe owns the submarine that found it.
  5. keeping it real estate
    Ray Dalio’s Giant Money Palace Will (Probably) Have a HelipadTo expedite the “radical transparency” process, natch.
  6. business
    Ray Dalio Is Building a Baseball Card CollectionBut not the fun kind.
  7. bridgewater
    Cultish Hedge Fund Buffs Image With Confessional VideosNothing says “not a cult” like gushing testimonials.
  8. white men with money
    ‘As Many of You Are Aware, at the End of Every Year I Lock Myself in a Bank Vault for a Couple Days With All of My Money’A spoof of hedge-fund investor letters.
  9. white men with money
    Ray Dalio Will Tell You You’re a Slimy Weasel to Your FaceEven if you are his wife.
  10. early and often
    John McCain Brings All the Billionaires to the YardJohn McCain is coming to New York next Tuesday for a giant fund-raiser to power his national campaign, reports Elizabeth Benjamin at the Daily News. It sounds like it’s going to be a doozy — the host committee includes Henry Kissinger, Alfonse D’Amato, Woody Johnson, Georgette Mosbacher, and Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain. Tickets are either $1,000 or $2,300 per person (get it? The most you can donate to one candidate?), and it will take place at the Plaza. So glamorous. But let’s get down to business (literally). How many billionaires will be in attendance? And how many billions do they represent? From Forbes.com’s most recent list, we count five: Henry Kravis (the world’s 178th-richest man, worth $5.5 billion), Ray Dalio (worth $4 billion), Louis Bacon (worth $1.7 billion), Marc Rowan (worth $1.5 billion), and Robert Fisher ($1.4 billion). That’s a total of over $14 billion in the room with the Republican presidential nominee. There are several dozen other multimillionaires on the list, plus Lord knows how many buying tickets — so we’ll conservatively push that number over the $15 billion barrier. At first, we wondered how on earth any of the Democrats could get that much money into one room. And then we remembered that all Hillary needs to do is have Warren Buffet hold another fund-raiser, and she’d be in the company of quadruple that amount. Nobody else would even need to show up.