Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio

Last Update: 02-11-2016

Number of Stocks: 263
Number of New Stocks: 47

Total Value: $7,708 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 12%

Countries: USA
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Ray Dalio' s Profile & Performance

Profile

Ray Dalio founded Greenwich, CT based hedge fund Bridgewater Associates in 1975. Now it has more than $165 billion under management. The firm claims 13% annual returns after fees. The success of the hedge fund made Ray Dalio 84th richest person in the world, according to Forbes. Ray Dalio is the son of a jazz musician. Studied finance at Long Island U., went to work for Merrill Lynch in 1972. Harvard MBA in 1973. Ray Dalio bought his first stock the age of 12.

Web Page:http://www.bwater.com/default.aspx

Investing Philosophy

These are some of Ray Dalio's life principles:
1. working for what I wanted, not for what others wanted me to do;
2. coming up with the best independent opinions I could muster to move toward my goals;
3. stress-testing my opinions by having the smartest people I could find challenge them so I could find out where I was wrong;
4. being wary about overconfidence, and good at not knowing; and
5. wrestling with reality, experiencing the results of my decisions, and reflecting on what I did to produce them so that I could improve. I believe that by following this approach I moved faster to my goals by learning a lot more than if I hadn't followed it. Read the complete file

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Guru Stocks With Low PS Ratio FirstEnergy and Caterpillar are undervalued stocks held by the gurus
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The Neutrino Debt Bomb Is Ticking Debt is the bedrock of the economic machine. It's crucial to understand why
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Gap May Be Poised for a Comeback The company provides slow and consistent growth along with a solid dividend yield Ray Dalio,Joel Greenblatt,Edward Lampert - Gap May Be Poised For A Comeback
Gap (NYSE:GPS) is one of the most iconic American brands and still has a solid economic moat. The company has been downsizing and closing stores, making room for cash to be deployed into higher-profit channels like ecommerce. More...

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Murray Stahl Buys Exxon, Suncor in 1st Quarter Investor's top buys with high impacts on his assets Murray Stahl,Ray Dalio,John Hussman,Jim Simons,Mar - Murray Stahl Buys Exxon, Suncor In 1st Quarter
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Guru Stocks With Low PS Ratio FirstEnergy and Caterpillar are undervalued stocks held by the gurus Mario Gabelli, Ray Dalio, Bill Gates - Guru Stocks With Low PS Ratio
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Adobe Continues to Beat Earnings Estimates Stock is expensive compared to industry Jeff Ubben, Ray Dalio - Adobe Continues To Beat Earnings Estimates
Adobe Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:ADBE) is a $47.27 billion market cap company that provides a line of software and services used by marketers, knowledge workers, application developers, enterprises and consumers. The company markets and licenses its software to enterprise customers through its sales force and to end users through app stores and its website. More...

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The Neutrino Debt Bomb Is Ticking Debt is the bedrock of the economic machine. It's crucial to understand why Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio - The Neutrino Debt Bomb Is Ticking
This is part two of our four-part series on the global deleveraging, which is now beginning and is expected to last over the next two to four years. We anticipate a lot of pain for the global economy in the form of crashing security markets and depression-like economic conditions. This series will cover how we believe this crisis is likely to play out. We will not only help you understand what’s going on, but we will show you how to protect yourself from the coming economic turmoil. We’ll even show you how you can profit from it. If you missed part one, you can find it here. Enjoy part two below: A Neutrino Debt Bomb. More...

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Gilead, Expedia Are Greatly Undervalued The companies are also trading below the Peter Lynch earnings line Ken Heebner, Ray Dalio - Gilead, Expedia Are Greatly Undervalued
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Undervalued Stocks With Low P/S Ratio Investment ideas from the gurus Ray Dalio, Mario Gabelli, Jeff Auxier - Undervalued Stocks With Low P/S Ratio
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Undervalued, Predictable Companies Include Monsanto and Western Union Guru stocks trading at low valuations Ray Dalio, Steven Cohen, Eric Mindich, Chuck Akre - Undervalued, Predictable Companies Include Monsanto And Western Union
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Ray Dalio Interview: Next Big Move Will Be QE, What the Average Investor Should Do Founder, co-CIO of the world's largest and most profitable hedge fund gives views and advice Ray Dalio - Ray Dalio Interview: Next Big Move Will Be QE, What The Average Investor Should Do
Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio), the leader of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, spoke at length with Bloomberg Thursday morning. Dalio gave his thoughts on the Fed's long- and short-term plans, his bearish view of stocks, the long-term debt cycle and the strategy the average investor should have. More...

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Ray Dalio Invests in Nearly 4 Dozen New Stakes Guru acquires shares of Berkshire Hathaway Ray Dalio - Ray Dalio Invests In Nearly 4 Dozen New Stakes
Guru Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio) bought nearly four dozen new stakes in the fourth quarter. His largest acquisitions were in technology stocks, but many were in health care and related products, oil and gas and food and beverages. More...

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Pay Attention to Long-Term Debt Cycle: Ray Dalio Op-ed from Bridgewater manager Ray Dalio - Pay Attention To Long-Term Debt Cycle: Ray Dalio
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio), who was recently listed as running the most profitable hedge fund, wrote the following op-ed for the Financial Times and on Wednesday released it through his LinkedIn page. More...

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Ray Dalio Moves Back Up to Top Hedge Fund Manager With Tepper, Klarman Along with Soros their funds have made the most profits ever as of 2015 Ray Dalio - Ray Dalio Moves Back Up To Top Hedge Fund Manager With Tepper, Klarman
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Western Union, Wells Fargo Among Popular High Yield Guru Stocks Top stock offers 3.6% dividend yield Ray Dalio, Martin Whitman, Warren Buffett - Western Union, Wells Fargo Among Popular High Yield Guru Stocks
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Ray Dalio from Davos: Whether Fed Will Ease, End of Debt Cycle, Currency Risk Hedge fund manager talks to CNBC about the current market Ray Dalio - Ray Dalio From Davos: Whether Fed Will Ease, End Of Debt Cycle, Currency Risk
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There Is a Short Squeeze for Dollars Ray Dalio thinks course will reverse when cycle is complete Ray Dalio - There Is A Short Squeeze For Dollars
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Richard Snow Makes Huge Increases in Big-Name Stocks Guru raises stakes in Merck, Walmart and others Richard Snow,Ray Dalio,Vanguard Health Care Fund,P - Richard Snow Makes Huge Increases In Big-Name Stocks
Richard Snow (Trades, Portfolio) increased his stake in many stocks during the third quarter, but significant increases of 15,902.7%, 2,244.54% and 1,208.49% were seen in Merck & Co. Inc. (MRK), Walmart Stores Inc. (WMT) and Cemex SAB de CV (CX). More...

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FedEx Reports Solid Results, but Price Plummets Gurus with new positions experience losses in 3rd quarter Tom Gayner,Ray Dalio,Joel Greenblatt,Mario Gabelli - FedEx Reports Solid Results, But Price Plummets
Several hedge fund managers initiated new positions in FedEx Corporation (NYSE:FDX), the leader in global express delivery services, in the third quarter and lost ground thanks to a price decline. More...

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Gurus Add to Stakes in Biopharmaceutical Research Company Ray Dalio and Pioneer Investments buy shares of Gilead Sciences Ray Dalio,Pioneer Investments - Gurus Add To Stakes In Biopharmaceutical Research Company
Guru Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio) added 140,400 shares of Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD), a research-based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and markets innovative medicines, to his portfolio in the third quarter. More...

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Ray Dalio: The Problem Is Market Players, Not Mario Draghi's Policies Head of Bridgewater Associates blames European market correction on 'erratic behavior of players' Ray Dalio - Ray Dalio: The Problem Is Market Players, Not Mario Draghi's Policies
Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio), founder of the $154 billion management organization Bridgewater Associates, blamed Europe's market swings on "erratic" participants, not on Mario Draghi's policies, and called for even more quantitative easing in a post to his LinkedIn page Monday: More...

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