The greatest threat Today Is Populism, Parallels To 1930s: Ray Dalio

The greatest threat Today Is Populism, Parallels To 1930s: Ray Dalio
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The greatest threat to Europe is populism (not $180B? in assets controlled by just one hedge fund) and again compared the situation to 1930s Europe because it sounds scary. Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio made these remarks at Davos forum where hotdogs only cost $43…. Dalio was on CNBC also we will have more Davos coverage in coming hours days so stay tuned. Below are some video clips from the WEF forum of Ray

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Published on Jan 18, 2017

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