Warren Buffett & Ray Dalio’s Firms Both Adding A Lot of Inflation Hedges Lately? (Video)

Warren Buffett & Ray Dalio’s Firms Both Adding A Lot of Inflation Hedges Lately? Video by Wall St for Main St

For the last few months, the firms of Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway) & Ray Dalio (Bridgewater Associates) have been changing their investment strategies towards more inflation hedges. Buffett has recently increased exposure to energy companies and even a gold miner, Barrick Gold, along with his Japanese company investments that also have mining exposure.

β€œIt is pretty obvious that with interest rates near zero and being held stable by central banks, bonds can provide neither returns nor risk reduction,” a team led by Co-Chief Investment Officer Bob Prince wrote in the July report. This sounds like Bridgewater believes that bonds are not a good inflation hedge.

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