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My reaction to Ray Dalio’s post “China’s “Dangerous Storm” Coming: The Eight Big Challenges Facing China and the People Chosen to Deal with Them”

dangerous storm coming to china according to Ray Dalio

Recently, Ray Dalio published another article in his series, “The changing world order.” My overall reaction to his post is: Ray’s view is comparable to the perspective Kevin Rudd has publicly expressed in recent years. (If you haven’t been keeping up with Kerin Rudd’s public appearances and statements, his recent book the avoidable war is a great place to…

Follow these steps to apply Ray Dalio’s recommendations to your personal finances

When it comes to personal finance, there are a lot of different schools of thought out there. But if you’re looking for some sage advice, you can’t go wrong with Ray Dalio. Dalio is the founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds. He’s also a best-selling author, and his book “Principles”…

My thoughts on “The Big Cycle of the United States and the Dollar, Part 1” by Ray Dalio


Yesterday, Ray Dalio published the latest chapter titled “Chapter 4: The Big Cycle of the United States and the Dollar, Part 1”. Overall, it is a good read, even though it doesn’t include as many new ideas or insights as I hope it should. This is partly because I have been following Ray’s public sharing for a while, including many of his recent interview with Bloomberg, TED, Goldman Sachs, etc. If you haven’t been reading or watching Ray’s writing/talks, then there is plenty of new information, insights in this article (or the whole series) for you.

“The changing world order” Ray Dalio’s insights about what to come in the next 5 – 30 or 50 years

the changing world order between us and china

Many of you continue to visit this post, which I wrote back in Apr 2020 about the “Changing world order” by Ray Dalio. Since then, Ray has continued articulating his thinking and sharing additional insights with us. I have continued to follow his work and written many follow-up articles. I kept the original content below…