Ray Dalio

Energy transition may shave 2% off global GDP by 2050, and that's a good deal: WoodMac - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Environmental, Social and Governance

Energy transition may shave 2% off global GDP by 2050, and that's a good deal: WoodMac

While global economic output is likely to take a hit until 2050, markets could recover that capital by the end of the century.
Fresh Off The Block: US Senator Elizabeth Warren warns of risks from stablecoins and DeFi and more - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Cryptocurrency

Fresh Off The Block: US Senator Elizabeth Warren warns of risks from stablecoins and DeFi and more

US Senator Elizabeth Warren calls for more regulation for DeFi and stablecoins, UAE HQ for Binance in talks and more

Global Economy

Briefs: India's relief package for telco sector is 'game changer' says Singtel's CFO Lang

In other news this week, hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio says ‘cash is trash’ and makes the case for crypto
Ray Dalio says 'cash is trash' and makes the case for crypto - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Cryptocurrency

Ray Dalio says 'cash is trash' and makes the case for crypto

Bitcoin has jumped more than 60% this year, but has come under increased scrutiny from regulators

Investing ideas

Ray Dalio says opportunities in China and Singapore can't be neglected

The billionaire’s comments come amid a brewing debate among Wall Street investors on the long-term viability of investing in China

Company in the news

Chinese hedge fund jumps 258% after dumping Ray Dalio's strategy

The low-volatility approach to investing behind the rise of Bridgewater Associates was doomed in China for a startup like this one

Finance

Billionaire Ray Dalio to set up family office in Singapore

Dalio has long held ties to Asia and Singapore, and felt it was “high time” to open a family office here.
Hedge fund investor Dalio sends US$25 mil to start Sustainable Market Principles Program at WMI - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Finance

Hedge fund investor Dalio sends US$25 mil to start Sustainable Market Principles Program at WMI

Dalio's principles can be applied to policy-making and not just investing, says WMI CEO Foo Mee Har
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