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Ray Dalio Says It’s Starting to Feel Like the 1930s for Investors

Ray Dalio
circa 1930: A view south on Broad Street from the corner of Wall Street in New York's Financial District. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
circa 1930: A view south on Broad Street from the corner of Wall Street in New York’s Financial District.

When we look back on the biggest calls of 2018, no doubt the word “stupid” is going to stand out.

In January, the manager of the biggest hedge fund in the world, Ray Dalio , made some headlines when he declared that investors holding cash

 

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