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Ray Dalio’s Pure Alpha hedge funds gain in September but still down 6% and 10%

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Bridgewater Associates, the $150bn hedge fund run by Ray Dalio, reported gains in September across its main strategies after extending the company’s rally in its long-only All Weather fund, reported Bloomberg.

Dalio’s Pure Alpha II, his largest hedge fund with a big chunk of his company’s assets, reported a gain of 0.5% last month, while Pure Alpha I, which has a lower volatility target than Pure Alpha II, jumped 0.3%. The gains of Pure Alpha II and Pure Alpha 1 reduced their losses to 10.3% and 6.7% respectively through September.

Bridgewater’s All Weather fund, rose 0.9% during the same period, raising its 2016 returns to 14.1%. The All Weather fund seeks protection from market turmoil by focusing on stocks, bonds and currencies.

Dalio warns investors of more pain ahead

Dalio has been warning that the U.S. economy is nearing the end of a long-term debt cycle, the report said.

Last month, Dalio warned that the sharp sell-off in equities and bonds would inflict more pain on investors, as the consequences of low interest rates and debt build-up are felt across a range of economies.

Dalio, said markets were in a "cross current" because there was "on......................

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