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Inspired by the Jim Rogers interview I watched last night, in which he said he’d be most interested in whatever agriculture was down the most, I decided to look at the charts to see what’s down and out these days! One longtime favorite of Jim’s, and ours, is rough rice.  I was fortunate to trade […]

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A nice Jim Rogers audio interview (I think on the exercise bike, of course) by the guy(s) at Future Money Trends.  Here’s the link to the video below, with a hat tip to The Daily Crux for the link that I saw. Jim discusses: His career advice for new college grads – he’s prefer you […]

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Because governments around the world are printing money, of course! Here’s the latest CNBC interview with Jim Rogers , along with my notes: 2012 could be alright thanks to 40 elections worldwide (and hence, increased money printing) – but 2013 and 2014 are the real dangers Still long real assets – such as commodities – […]

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In an interview with The Economic Times, Jim Rogers said he’s short “most” emerging markets via the indices: Jim Rogers: I am still short on India. You all should stop calling me up because I am still short India. Yes I love India as the most wonderful country in the world to visit as a […]

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If you’ve studied Jim Rogers and are sold on the secular commodity bull market story, your next challenge is figuring out how you can invest in this trend.  Buying commodities themselves is quite a bit more complex than buying individual stocks because you need to do it via the futures markets, rather than your standard […]

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Here’s an insightful and (as usual) entertaining Jim Rogers interview, where he shares hit take on the US dollar (he still likes it short term and hates it long term), as well as QE3 (he thinks it’s already begun, and that Bernanke is lying to us). If the video embed doesn’t work for you, here’s […]

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In these moments of insanity, Bloomberg and CNBC seem to gravitate towards the voices of reason we love all the more – such as Marc Faber, and Jim Rogers. Here’s Jim on Bloomberg last night.  He views the current selling as panic selling, and thinks that we may be close to a selling climax – […]

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First up, a lengthy Rogers interview with Frank Curzio, which is excellent, thanks to the length and depth that Curzio allows for Rogers.  Here’s the link. You can hear that Jim is quite cautious right now – citing very little enthusiasm for anything, except for North Korea, agriculture, and his trusty exercise bike. This WSJ […]

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Jim Rogers sits down with Wall Street Journal reporter Simon Constable to discuss democracy, China, the US debt crisis, the regulation in the US economy, I especially enjoyed the bit about democracy, and it perhaps being a “luxury good”, around the 2-minute mark.  Perhaps the best time to make money is to invest when countries […]

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I’m thrilled to report that while in Singapore last week, I had the great honor of interviewing Jim Rogers in person.  He was extremely kind in hosting me and entertaining my questions, and I’m excited to be able to share our fun 45-minute chat with you here. As you may know, I’m a longtime reader […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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