Bridgewater + Ray Dalio Videos: Impact of Pandemic on Economy: Impact on Markets and Economy and Potential Stagflation; Ray Dalio on Changes Needed to Capitalism

Bridgewater and Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, have posted or participated in several online videos. They are as follows.

Bloomberg: Co-CIO Bob Prince Discusses Impact of Pandemic on Markets and Global Economy

June 24, 2020: As part of the Bloomberg Invest Global virtual summit, Co-CIO Bob Prince spoke with Jonathan Ferro of Bloomberg TV about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and global markets, as well as what recovery efforts might look like.

Bridgewater: Is Stagflation Next? A Conversation with Co-CIO Greg Jensen

June 8, 2020: As policy makers respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with coordinated monetary and fiscal measures of unprecedented size and scope, they are faced with two risks: deflation as a result of too little action, and stagflation as a result of doing too much. Senior Portfolio Strategist Jim Haskel and Co-CIO Greg Jensen discuss our global outlook, the challenges policy makers face in this environment, and prospects for either deflation or inflation.

Marketwatch: Ray Dalio Says We Need to Reform Capitalism to Work for Everyone (May 29, 2020).

Ray Dalio, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, sees precedents for this era that is so often labeled as “unprecedented,” and he’s worried. Drawing from history, he’s calling for structural change. The key, he believes, is reforming our current capitalist system in a way that expands opportunities and access to resources like good education.

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Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.

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