How The Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio – VIDEO


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By Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates,

YouTube Link: How the Economic Machine Works

Ray Dalio, founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, recently released a video – How The Economic Machine Works (in 30 minutes).  In it, he shares the economic template that has guided him over the past 30 years.

Dalio identifies 3 main forces that drive the economy:

1. Productivity growth

2. Short term debt cycle

3. Long-term debt cycle


3 Key Takeaways are the following:

1. Don’t have debt rise faster than income

2. Don’t have income rise faster than productivity

3. Do all that you can to raise your productivity

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