How The Economy Works (Video)

The economy works in a beautiful way, and we stimulated or hurt it every day in our lives. If you want to prepare yourself for another crisis you need to understand how the economy really works. During this time we have heard constantly about the problems in Washington regarding the debt ceiling and our problem repaying the U.S. deficit (This are Trillions of Dollars). 

Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Management (One of the biggest, but most unknown hedge funds out there), has created a 30-minute video explaining how the economy really works. Dalio expresses that knowing how the economy works has helped him predict future movements and has made him successful while investing.

Grab yourself a coffee and watch this incredibly educational video titled “How the Economic Machine Works” by Ray Dalio. 

Let me know what you think in a comment below!

Do you think we are in a reflationary state? or still in a recession?

 


Francisco

Frank is the Founder of Wall Street College and a dedicated stock investor. Having an enormous passion for Investing, Stocks, and Success, Frank decided to start WallStCollege.com with the purpose of educating people on how to put their money to work, teach them how to invest in stocks, and how to always strive for Financial Freedom.

3 Comments

Peter · 5 July, 2014 at 12:22 PM

amazing video, super awesome.

    Frank Alvarez · 6 July, 2014 at 9:47 PM

    Peter,

    I agree, they put up an amazing video that really teaches you all the fundamentals of how the economy works.
    What part would you say shocked you the most?

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