"Pain plus reflection equals progress."
*Citigroup CEO says U.S.- China trade fears may be overdone. DAVOS, Jan 22- The International Monetary Fund has cut its global growth forecasts for the second time in three months. Central banks in the U.S. and Europe are reversing a decade of ultra-loose monetary policy.
The next economic downturn is what "scares me the most," says Bridgewater Associates' founder Ray Dalio. His comments come at a time when investors are increasingly concerned about a serious global economic slowdown. Dalio spoke at a panel during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Seth Klarman, a hedge fund billionaire some call the next Warren Buffett, wrote a letter that made its rounds at the World Economic Forum at Davos. The letter warned that investors should start paying attention to global tensions, rising debt levels and political divides. Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson, Bridgewater Founder and co-chairman Ray Dalio and Blackstone co-Founder and CEO Stephen Schwarzman responded to the letter on "Squawk Box."
CNBC's Jim Cramer gives his response to Bridgewater founder and co-chairman Ray Dalio's prediction that there will be a recession in 2020.
Ray Dalio, Bridgewater founder and co-chairman, joins "Squawk Box" at the World Economic Forum at Davos to discuss the state of the world economy, the role of the central bank, and the the upcoming 2020 election's impact on the economy.
The billionaire investment titan also says a pause in Fed rate hikes makes it possible to "extend the equilibrium."
Ray Dalio, Bridgewater founder and co-chairman, joins "Squawk Box" at the World Economic Forum at Davos to discuss the state of the world economy.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22- The founder and chairman of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, Ray Dalio, said he sees significantly slower growth rates in Europe and United States.
The next downturn in global growth is a daunting prospect for financial markets, according to the billionaire founder of the world's largest hedge fund.
The founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates says income inequality should be declared a national emergency by the President.
Some hedge fund investors will be pleasantly surprised by the numbers in what was otherwise a challenging year in a variety of markets.
Bridgewater's Pure Alpha fund finished the year returning 14.6 percent net of fees, a person with knowledge of the matter says.
Tony Robbins gives tips on how ordinary investors can succeed in today's volatile marketplace. His No. 1 rule: Don't overreact and let emotions guide your decisions. There will always be boom-and-bust cycles, so focus on your long-term strategy.
There are bargains to be had when the market is down. Here's how to do your homework and get started.
Follow their lead.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates explains how to deal when you're worried about big things like terrorism, climate change and robots stealing people's jobs.
David Perry, the CEO of agriculture-tech company Indigo, which is reportedly worth $3.5 billion, uses these techniques himself.
It's especially important to remember when the markets are volatile.
People think billionaires take giant risks to get where they are, but most of them don't, says Tony Robbins.