Book Deep-Dive: Principals For Dealing With The Changing World Order
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How far back do you need to look to see history repeat itself? Often, you don't have to look far. But what if you looked back 500 years, could you find a pattern that might predict tomorrow?

Ray Dalio's, Principals For Dealing With The Changing World Order, focuses on patterns, of both economic and political occurrences. Ray takes a look through history’s most turbulent economic and political periods to break down why the future will likely be different from those we’ve experienced in our time... but similar to what happened long ago. Many people look 50 to 100 years ago, to find a pattern. Ray looks even further into the past.

Here are our top 10 takeaways:

(07:50 - 11:50) Short Term Debt Cycle

(11:51 - 14:24) The Greatest Empire

(14:25 - 17:17) Long Term Debt Cycle

(17:18 - 23:19) The Most Important Measure

(23:20 - 27:29) Inflation

(27:30 - 33:00) Wealth Production

(33:01 - 37:12) Scarce Assets

(37:13 - 42:00) Decline Happens Gradually... Then Suddenly

(42:01 - 45:58) One Answer Is Real Estate

(45:59 - 49:25) History Rhymes

Tweetable Quotes:

"Humans are really bad when things are good... to look forward and imagine a world where it's not going good.– Anthony Vicino

"When there's a passing of the Baton to the next world power, that's not necessarily meaning that it's from one country to the next... it's just from one paradigm to the next."  – Dan Krueger

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