Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Jim Rogers

Legendary investor Jim Rogers weighs in on the state of the 2012 race, what we need to do to compete with China and why Geithner needs to come back from Europe and stay inside for a while.

Investment gurus Jim Rogers and Marc Faber agree to various degrees on many issues but the one thing separating them this week is the future direction of the Chinese economy and if this could have a devastating impact on commodities around the world.

Both Faber and Rogers have been warning about the effects of monetary and fiscal policies on the US economy, since the recent rally has been mostly based on printed money, a kind of 'reverse Robin Hood policy' of governments, to steal from the peasants to give to the rich.

Marc Faber, Jim Rogers Clash Over China and Commodities, Agree on Gold

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