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Ray Dalio; Is China on the Rise, & the US in Decline? | GZERO World

The US-China economic competition is heating up, says investor Ray Dalio

The Chinese think they are on the rise, while America is declining. On GZERO World, Ian Bremmer talks to billionaire Ray Dalio, head of the world's largest hedge fund, who thinks rising US debt, a widening wealth gap among Americans, and the meteoric rise of China all play into Beijing's plans to overtake the US as a global superpower.

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Should Investors Bet on China Over US? | GZERO World

Should investors bet on China over the US?

Hard to say these days, even for a billionaire hedge-fund manager like Ray Dalio.

On the one hand, America has a better system, better tech, and better universities. On the other hand, China "has us outnumbered" in population and pace of per capita income growth.

China, he explains, has not only become a powerful competitor. The US has changed, too.

"[The] America that I remember is a different, uh, and grew up with is a different America than it exists today in terms of like equal opportunity and the American dream."

Watch the GZERO World episode: Does China's rise have to mean America's decline?

Retail Investors Playing Key Role In Driving Market Volume | Money In :60 | GZERO Media

Retail investors playing key role in driving market volume

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, provides her perspective:

What's been the role of the retail investor over the past few months?

So, US equity market volumes have been pretty high, remarkably high since the end of February 2020, and much of that is being attributed to the rise in retail investment activity. In fact, on peak market days, retail investors can account for up to a quarter of all market activity.

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Why SPAC IPOs Are Getting So Big and Popular | Money In :60 | GZERO Media

Why SPAC IPOs are getting so big and popular

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, explains:

Why have SPACs been so popular recently?

Well, that's because companies are embracing newer ways to tap the public markets outside of the traditional IPO. You've heard me talk about direct listings, for instance. And now SPACs are having a very big year, this year. In fact, nearly a third of all US IPO proceeds raised have been raised through SPACs in the first half of 2020.

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