Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The world has money problems | Bubbles can go on for a long time


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Jim Rogers is a smart investor who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973. By 1983 the fund gained more than 4000 percent.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Japanese stocks are cheaper than US stocks



"I would rather buy low than buy high", says Jim Rogers. 

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Jim Rogers is a smart investor who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973. By 1983 the fund gained more than 4000 percent.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Jim Rogers interview with the Reuters


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Jim Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973. By 1983 the fund gained more than 4000 percent.

Monday, November 13, 2017

Governments would like to get rid of cash



Jim Rogers speaks on the phone on the Stansberry Investor Hour


"Governments don't like cash because it's expensive and because they can't control you as much. Everyone's going to get rid of cash. Governments could issue their own cryptocurrency to control people. Governments like to control everything. Governments like to have all the power to themselves." 
"My children will never go to a bank, post office, or maybe even to a doctor when they're adults. The computer and the Internet are going to change money as we know it. Everything will change. People in China don't have paper money. They buy a cup of coffee, put their phone on the sensor, and it's paid for. They look at me funny when I say I have cash and want to pay. They say, 'We don't want to take cash. Cash is not efficient."

Jim Rogers is a smart investor who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973. By 1983 the fund gained more than 4000 percent.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Jim Rogers is a director of a Russian fertilizer company

Jim Rogers mentions in an interview from Singapore about being bullish Agriculture for a while,

"I'm extremely bullish on agriculture. That hasn't made me any money yet. Well it has a little bit because one of my largest shareholdings - a large - well, it's not one of my largest, but I am a director of a Russian fertilizer company which is making all-time highs or near all-time highs, which is pretty astonishing given that it's Russia and everybody hates Russia, as you well know. In fact I'm startled that all of my Russian stocks making all-time highs. 
And this is a hated market. So it's something I have learned. If you buy something that's hated, chances are you're going to make a lot of money down the road."

Jim Rogers is a smart investor who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973. By 1983 the fund gained more than 4000 percent.

Monday, October 30, 2017

China not immune to the next big financial crisis

On Janet Yellen, Growing Debt levels world-wide and why a massive market decline is inevitable,


"Janet Yellen will tell you we're never going to have a bear market again because she's smarter than we are, she's smarter than the markets, and the central bank has things under control now. She publicly stated this. Do not worry. We will not have financial calamities again. Head of the central bank in America has said that out loud officially, Mrs. Yellen-- yeah, Mrs. Yellen.  
I happen to have a different view. Now if you believe the American central bank, you shouldn't be talking to me at all. But we've had, we used to have bear markets every several years. We always, always since the beginning of the republic. 
In my view we will have them again. And the next one is going to be horrendous, the worst-- you came in the business in '86. It will be the worst in your lifetime, in your financial experience. And the reason, in 2008 we had a bear market because of too much debt, staggering amounts of debt.... since 2008 the debt has gone through the roof. 
Every country in the world talks about austerity. Nobody has reduced their debt in the last few years.  Everybody has increased their debt in the last few years. And so the next time we have a bear market, it's going to be horrendous because of this.  
Even China-- in 2008, the Chinese had a lot of money saved for a rainy day. It started raining in Singapore. They had a lot of money saved for a rainy day. It started raining. They started spending and helped save the world. But even China has a lot of debt now."