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Jim Rogers

James Beeland Rogers, Jr. was born October 19, 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland. Rogers is chairman of Rogers Holdings, Beeland Interests, Inc. and co-founder of the Quantum Fund with George Soros as well as creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI). His views best fit the label of Austrian School of economics. Jim Rogers graduating with a bachelor's degree in History from Yale University in 1964.

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Jim Rogers talks about the collapse of the yen

May 27th, 2013

The dollar has hit a 4-year high – 102.31 yen and the chairman of Rogers Holdings Jim Rogers does not think this is a good thing. He said that this was a very dangerous move as the major world’s currencies – the yen has collapse 27 per cent. The dollar has gained 25 per cent against the yen as of December, 4 and...

Jim Rogers buys gold coins from North Korea

Apr 10th, 2013

The very idea that someone could invest in or buy from North Korea may outrage some people because the transactions might finance the controversial government. However, that is exactly the thing that famous investor Jim Rogers does. The founder of the Quantum Fund together with George Soros said that stamps and coins are...

Jim Rogers on the saving class

Mar 20th, 2013

The Chairman of Rogers Holding Jim Rogers has recently spoken about the U.S. dollar, the inflation, the saving class and about the precious metals. He has noted that because of the central banks’ reckless policies across the globe, there is uncertainty in the global economy. Jim Rogers has been a critic of the Federal...

Jim Rogers investing in Bulgaria?

Jan 23rd, 2013

Famous investor, commodities expert and author Jim Rogers said that he considers investing in Bulgaria. Moreover, Bulgaria is among the very few countries Rogers consider investing in as it has made great improvement since his recent trip around the world. As far as he is concerned, The Balkans are in a terrible position...

Jim Rogers on China

Jan 8th, 2013

It has been a rough year for the believers in China and especially for famous investor Jim Rogers. He has long been championing the world’s number two economy. Last year, China suffered a series of scandals connected to the boss of Chongqing Bo Xilai. Fraud allegations which were aimed at Chinese companies shook the country...

Jim Rogers is still bullish on gold

Nov 26th, 2012

The first term of President Barack Obama was pretty good for precious metals. Gold had 128 per cent gain and silver 236 per cent one. Such big gains have many investors worrying about another bubble. However, as far as famous investor Jim Rogers is concerned, investors interested in precious metals do not have anything...

Jim Rogers: U.S economy heads to a slow-down

Nov 14th, 2012

In a recent CNN interview famous investor Jim Rogers stated that investors should expect variable investment waters in the future. “I would be very careful. The next couple years we’re going to have turmoil and problems in most financial markets,” said Rogers. “Don’t invest in anything unless...

Jim Rogers on gold prices

Nov 3rd, 2012

Jim Rogers does not endorse “top picks” but he does have a specific commodities and asset classes which he keeps an eye on. One of them is the precious metal sector. Earlier in 2012, Rogers shared that gold would most probably suffer a correction before it heads back up. This sort of prompted that he owns gold but he...

Jim Rogers: the administration is misleading the public?

Oct 14th, 2012

The top investor Jim Rogers has recently questioned the validity of the US decline in unemployment. The skeptical co-founder of the Quantum hedge fund stated that the third round of quantitative easing will not help the US economy and he does not believe that there is an improvement in the job market of the USA. The rate...

Jim Rogers on the US Federal Reserve

Sep 8th, 2012

Famous investor Jim Rogers claims that the Federal Reserve is printing money and they are doing everything they can to hide it.  Their previous two rounds of quantitative easing have failed. The Federal Reserve has twice already tried to spur the economy by means of quantitative easing and its first two rounds (Q1 and...

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