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“We aren’t born with the ability to make good decisions; we learn it”.
|Date of Birth||August 8, 1949|
|Source of Wealth||Hedge Funds|
|Education||Master of Business Administration, Harvard Business School|
Ray Dalio is a prominent leader and held his service of action in various positions as a head of the senior investment team that directs the research effort of his firm, as Director of Commodities at Dominick & Dominick. He still serves as a Director of Grameen America LLC.
Ray Dalio published a 123-page volume called Principles, in 2011. This book outlined the investment and corporate management rules and principles that he follows, his logical and personal philosophy based on a lifetime of observation, analysis, and practical application through his hedge fund.
Ray Dalio philanthropic contributions include $400 Million to his foundation in 2013.
The successful billionaire, Ray Dalio was ranked 9th on Forbes 2016 list of Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers & Traders, and employs 1,500 people.
Ray Dalio, the wealthiest person in Connecticut owns two luxurious mansions situated in Greenwich and Waterfront.
Bridgewater Associates, the world's biggest hedge fund firm was founded by Ray Dalio. The firm manages approximately $160 Billion.
Ray Dalio lives in a highly esteemed property in Greenwich, Connecticut, The United States. His house is known for its lavish décor and beautiful furnishing.
He as an owner manages about $150 Billion in assets of his firm.
Ray Dalio owns a foundation whose total assets are estimated to $842 Million.
Ray Dalio was intellectual since his childhood when at age of 12 he tripled his investment of $300 from the shares that he bought from Northeast Airlines.
In 2013, Ray Dalio started to share his “investment secrets” and economic theories on YouTube via a 30-minute animated video. There have been more than 2.7 Million viewers of the video and has been translated in many languages including Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, and French.
Ray Dalio runs his firm Bridgewater according to the theory of “radical transparency”, stating that all meetings and interviews are recorded and archived, and an employee could criticize his colleague at any level if necessary.
Ray Dalio is well known as “Wall Street’s Oddest Duck” for his highly unusual approach to management.
Alucia, the motor yacht with dimensions of 5575 m and 183 ft is owned by Ray Dalio.