Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio argues low-interest rates and monetary policy make owning cash a bad investment, investors should be diversified across different countries and that he is a globalist when it comes to China and is therefore not concerned with China’s domestic policies.

The Partnership for Connecticut – a nonprofit founded in partnership with hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio – has come under fire over how much it intends to pay its leader.

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According to the CTMirror, three of the four board executives are questioning whether the group’s president should make more than $300,000 – which is more than many school superintendents.

“I would find that problematic,” Senate President Pro Tem

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