Bridgewater Associates founder and billionaire Ray Dalio manages a $ 40 billion fund, but according to Bloomberg, the company has underperformed this year. His Pure Alpha II fund had an extremely high return rate when it was launched almost 10 years ago, but it has been lower than similar funds ever since. Bridgewater has about 200 people in charge of customer relationships, which is equivalent to one person for every 1.7 investors. The data shows that Dalio's flagship fund has an annualized return of 3.8% since the beginning of 2012, and a return of 15% last year. In this regard, Michael Goldstein, director of the Satoshi Nakamoto Research Institute, commented that if Dalio invests in bitcoin once a week from the beginning of 2012, the fund's increase will reach 15607%. Of course, a return of 3.8% is already good.