Eileen Murray gets (at least some share) of what was coming to her.
Bring on the wildebeests.
Assuming, that is, that the janitor is a man.
It’s going to have to check and recheck its machine to see how someone so unPrincipled suck through.
Eileen Murray’s not tolerating any dishonesty here.
When others violate Principles, it should cost them $100 million, according to Bridgewater.
The lazy arrogance of the hedge fund’s effort to destroy them is pretty stark.
Some people have understood and connected the dots and lay the blame at the Fed’s door.
Eileen Murray intends to get paid.
A whole book full of Principles were violated in the case of Bridgewater v. Tekmerion.
The self-regulator’s new chairperson would like to know.
Isolation may be getting to the Wizard of Westport.
Not that Stephanie Ruhle was having any of it.
The basis trade, the risk parity trade and the quants all have a fever and dry cough.
Ray Dalio is self-quarantining his entire staff.
Radical transparency requires the Svengali-philosopher king to run around shouting “Fake news!”
It’s getting a good deal less global at the quant shop.
Even for one of Bridgewater’s most ardent culture carriers, a decade at the firm is more than enough.
The global supercollapse is now scheduled to begin in earnest in March.
Bridgewater is more successful than Jesus and Dalio has George Harrison to thank for it.