Hedge fund founder on negative interest rates: The world has gone mad and the system is broken

Prominent hedge fund founder Ray Dalio claims that low interest rates adds pressure to the capitalistic system, resulting in great economic inequality, and predicts a system change.

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In a post on Linkedin, Founder of US hedge fund Bridgewater Ray Dalio criticizes the low interest rate level, which devours future returns and increases inequality in global society.

In his post entitled "The world has gone mad and the system is broken", he points to several factors that lead to economic inequality.

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