Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates on why he is still investing in China

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Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, received an award from the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA in February 2022.

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Ray Dalio, chief investment officer at Bridgewater Associates, took to LinkedIn on Tuesday to defend his continued investments in China — a market he views as crucial to “understand the world” and for “diversification.”

His recent post follows a 4,000-word essay shared last week, which discussed the possibility of a “100-year storm” in China and warned of a “lost decade” if Beijing repeats the mistakes of Japan in the 1990s.

In his follow-up, Dalio defended his decision not to abandon the Chinese market “when things get tough,” claiming he is neither “a fair-weather friend” nor “a fair-weather investor.”

“Investing in China has been a success for me in all the ways that I hoped to be successful, including demonstrating to investors how they can do well in both bear and bull markets,” the head of the world’s largest hedge fund said. 

“[T]here is no such thing as a bad market; there is only bad decision making. I find the markets in China good for my type of decision making,” he added. 

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