A GLIMPSE IN THE LIFE OF JIM ROGERS AND GEORGE SOROS – Sudarshan Sukhani Blog
In , Soros and Rogers both founded the QUANTUM FUND. Between January 1, , and January 5, , Rogers did another Guinness World The main difference is that the hypothesis that underlies an investment decision is. Investment guru Jim Rogers has a contrarian message for U.S. investors in bullish stance on Russia is based on his view that relations between the United -Jim Rogers, co-founder with George Soros of the Quantum Fund. I didn't even know that there was a difference between stocks and bonds. All I knew about He was a founding partner with George Soros in the Quantum Fund.
Rogers is an outspoken advocate of agriculture investments. Between January 1,and January 5,Rogers did another Guinness World Record journey through countries, coveringkilometers with his wife, Paige Parker, in a custom-made Mercedes.
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The trip began in Icelandwhich was about to celebrate the th anniversary of Leif Eriksson 's first trip to America.
His route around the world can be viewed on his website, jimrogers. He wrote Adventure Capitalist following this around-the-world adventure.
It is currently one of his bestselling books. Rogers contends this paper shows that commodities investment is one of the best investments over time, which is a concept somewhat at odds with conventional investment thinking.
Rogers claimed that he moved because now is a ground-breaking time for investment potential in Asian markets. Rogers's daughters speak fluent Mandarin to prepare them for the future. He is quoted as saying: He also stated that this is how America and Europe used to be. He chose not to move to Chinese cities like Hong Kong or Shanghai due to the high levels of pollution causing potential health problems for his family; hence, he chose Singapore. However, he remains skeptical of India 's future, stating in that "India as we know it will not survive another 30 or 40 years".
Inhe married his first wife, Lois Biener; they divorced in Inhe married Jennifer Skolnick; they divorced in I was asked to interpret questions and answers from Spanish to English and the other way around.
Years ago, Jim Rogers taught me that a good investor needs to do his homework before doing anything, and the same applies in other life areas as well. That was six years ago, in But Jim Rogers walks his talk. When he attended an exclusive dinner, on invitation of the university, after three terribly tiring flights that took him through four continents, Jim Rogers was not the one answering questions; he was the one asking them.170: Jim Rogers on Investing in 2019 and the US Debt Problem
How does this country work? Why does it work? He wanted to know as much as he could about Guatemala. And sincere curiosity is, without a doubt, a quality that good investors ought to have. Being a contrarian, not just in investing, but also in life, is the secret recipe of a successful investor.
Finding hated investments, investments nobody wants, but which have some well-founded reasons to be optimistic about. In short, an investment everybody hates, but where a change in sentiment in the relatively short run is forthcoming. Buy low, sell high, but to the extreme. Even despite the fact that it is increasingly difficult to find undervalued investments, because central banks are conducting the largest monetary experiment in the history of the world.
Shinzo Abe failed to succeed in getting the economy on the right track.
In many respects, it appears as if the Japanese are one step ahead of other central banks. Japanese monetary policy is extreme, and has been extreme for a while, and it seems to be an indication of what other central bankers around the world, for instance in Europe and perhaps even the US, are planning to do.
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Japan was the first country to lower interest rates practically to zero. The Chinese and US economy are already slowing down, while some European countries are running into trouble as well.
This time around, the gold price can go down as well, so argues Rogers. The scenario that he foresees, is a scenario in which the world falls back into recession Japan is already in recessionthe dollar as a safe haven gets stronger, and commodities and gold initially decline.
But even then it is, according to Jim Rogers, smarter to have money in commodities than in other asset classes, because stock and bond markets will crash and decline substantially.