Bill Bonner, writing for The Daily Reckoning reports:
‘China is the next great country,’ says our old friend Jim Rogers to the Agora Financial Investment Symposium crowd. ‘Of course, there will be setbacks, just as there were in the growth the United States. We had crashes on Wall Street and even a Civil War. But you still could have made a lot of money by investing in the United States. There will probably be real estate speculators going broke. Who knows what will happen? But the growth of China will be the single most important event of this century. And the best thing you can do for your children is to teach them Chinese. And make sure their money is not in dollars.’
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I’m convinced that Asia is the wave of the future. – Jim Rogers
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George Iype, writing for Commodity Online reports:
Rogers may be hot on China; but when he talks about India, the legendary investor gets cold feet. “I am excited about India as a travel destination. For an investment proposition in India, I would think twice,” he said.
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In this newsmax.com interview, Jim Rogers tells editorial director Greg Brown that he has recently been buying airline stocks, agricultural products, Swiss Francs, Japanese Yen, and Chinese Renminbi.
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In this interview on cnbc.com, Jim Rogers reiterates his position that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are insolvent. He also discusses oil prices and explains why he is buying airline stocks.
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In a bloomberg.com interview today, Jim Rogers said that Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are ‘basically insolvent’. He also said that if the financials rally he will ’short some more’.
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In a bloomberg.com interview today, Jim Rogers said that Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are ‘basically insolvent’. He also said that if the financials rally he will ‘short some more’.
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