NewsWatch: Investors face much bigger concerns than the coronavirus, warns the man behind the world’s biggest hedge fund

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Ray Dalio, who oversees $160 billion in assets for Bridgewater Associates, acknowledged last month that he’s a “dumbshit” when it comes to pandemics, but that’s not stopping him from pressing pause on the coronavirus panic button. See full story.

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Having an optimistic partner can stave off cognitive decline, research suggests. See full story.

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