Erin Miles, Bridgewater Associates – Who Will Prove Most Vulnerable to the Pullback in Liquidity? (The Best Investment Writing Volume 6)

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Today’s episode features Erin Miles reading her piece, Who Will Prove Most Vulnerable to the Pullback in Liquidity? Erin joined Bridgewater in 2009, and is currently Co-Lead of Equities Research and serves as the Operating Chair of the Partnership. She is responsible for leading research to convert insights and investigations into systematic cause-and-effect investment algorithms.

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