Bridgewater Judges Sovereign Nations Success On Economic ScaleMark Melin
For red blooded Americans who like to make generalizations about one’s geographic region relative to how “lazy” they are, a recent Bridgewater letter to investors, reviewed by ValueWalk, might provide red meat to chew on.
The conclusion one might draw is that certain geographic regions are "lazy," but Dalio and his crew don’t use these exact words. The report euphemistically says they “savor life” more than achievement. While the exact study methodology Dalio used to determine how much a geographic region "savors" life was not revealed, it . . .
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