(March 2021)

Bond yields are on the rise, from long-term Treasuries to corporate bonds. However, Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, says it’s time to drop the bond investing frenzy and to invest in real assets. Dalio has long been an advocate against holding cash and now seems to be taking a similar approach to bonds. Invest in assets that earn a higher return than inflation and have underlying value. Bubble fears are on the rise as government debt is getting out of control. Dalio suggests looking to non-dollar-denominated assets such as developing countries in Asia and China to diversify one’s portfolio. Finally, watching how central banks react to the changing bond market will guide investors as to how they should react.(New York)


FINSUM + Magnifi: Dalio has been unquestionably right about cash over the past two decades, his insight could be correct on bonds as well. However, watching central bank actions and the future tax environment will give investors the best information as to where the money should go.


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