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November 27, 2013

Ray Dalio, founder of the largest hedge fund in the world, offers his investment secrets on YouTube — For free

True.

Andrew Ross Sorkin's New York Times story has the details but if you just want to watch Dalio's "plain-spoken 30-minute video...an oddly entertaining animated cartoon filled with provocative theories about the way the economy runs," well, caveat investor.

From Sorkin's article: "Ray Dalio, the 64-year-old founder of Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund in the world with some $150 billion under management..., who is said to be worth some $13 billion, was one of the few investors to see the financial crisis of 2008 developing, and perhaps just as important, the rebound. He's made his money by predicting big macroeconomic cycles. His economic theories, up until now, have been known only to a small group of investors and those willing to pay his firm 2% management fees and 20% of the investment profits."

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