The 12 Incredible Posts On StockTwits About Hedge Fund Market Wizard Ray Dalio

1.) This is could be called the greatest economic lesson on the Internet. It’s a video made by Ray Dalio and his firm Bridgewater. If you haven’t watched it yet, follow this link and watch it now:

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2.) Ray Dalio was at the New York Times Dealbook conference and gave a riveting talk alongside Andrew Ross Sorkin:

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3.) Check out this blog post from @LearnBonds that highlights 5 important takeaways from Dalio’s magnum opus, “Principles”:

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4.) Here’s a blog post from @DontTalkStocks that discusses some of Dalio’s investing strategies:

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5.) Dalio gave a presentation with several really good slides when he spoke at Harvard in 2010:

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6.) This share from @valuewalk includes a video showing some of Ray Dalio’s tips and suggestions for a life of a success:

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7.) Here, @jessefelder quotes and links to a piece about how Ray Dalio attributes Meditation to most of his success:

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8.) In this blog post from @marketfolly and @financetrends we learn about the best money management lessons from Ray Dalio:

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9.) Here’s a great share where @TraderJohnDoe points out a blog post that focuses on Dalio’s famous piece, “Principles”:

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10.) This is just an excellent Ray Dalio quote from @stocktwitsu:

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11.) Next up is another amazing quote from Ray Dalio:

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12.) This is trading card shows what Ray Dalio thinks about trading and learning in the markets:

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