December 30, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Debt Talks A "Charade"



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December 26, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Gold Outlook for 2013



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December 19, 2012

Even Jim Rogers loves gold, already wary

Since the price of gold was again under pressure in recent weeks and is at levels close to 4-month low longtime admirer of precious metal Jim Rogers warned that the correction may continue into the new year, reports CNBC.

"Just be careful. There are too many "bull" set investors, including me. But I am very cautious, "says Rogers.

"Gold stand corrected - it is happening now 15-16 months - which I think is normal and that adjustment is not possible to continue for some time," he said.

Gold price rises over the past 12 years, says Rogers, adding that the metal used as an investment haven, has been sensitive adjustment only once for the whole period - during the global financial crisis in 2008 when gold futures lost 32% .

"Most assets experienced a 30 percent correction every 1-2 years even in a bull market. 30 percentage adjustments are normal and yet gold is such a thing has happened only once in the last 12 years, "said Rogers. "Gold in any historical context, it is time to experience a good adjustment."
Precious metal recovered some ground on Wednesday after hitting its lowest level since August - 1661 dollars per ounce - Tuesday. Analysts commented that the budget negotiations in Washington have undermined the appeal of gold as an asset of refuge, as more investors returning to shares.

Yet gold, which has a 0.3 percent growth this year, is not close to the limit of $ 2,000, as was many analysts forecast the end of 2012

Yet there is hope that the cheap money as a result of the program of the Federal Reserve (Fed) to quantitative easing will increase the price of gold.

Rogers warns that despite the loose monetary policies of many leading central banks - a trend that would normally induce investors to seek the protection of assets like real gold - India which is the largest consumer of gold in the world can be a risk price of the precious metal, if you decide to buy less.
Earlier this year, India's finance minister said that the import of gold is the main reason for the current account deficit of the country, and urged the government to double the import duty on this commodity.

"India has a huge trade deficit and some Indian politicians start blaming namely gold," said Rogers. "If they find a way to limit the importation of gold, if something happens, it will be a big shock for all" bullish "attitude to gold investors and no one can predict how low the price will fall."

Rogers, who is currently buying gold and even hedge a portion of its gold assets, said it is still "bullish" precious metal set against the long term. He expects the price of gold is much higher over the next decade.

"If gold cheaper, I hope I'm smart enough to buy more. If gold go down much, I hope I'm smart enough to buy more, "he said.

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December 09, 2012

Why Jim Rogers is bearish on gold short-term

I own gold and I own silver. I own all the precious metals, especially gold and silver. I'm not sure I would buy right now. Gold has gone up 12 years in a row, which is extremely unusual for any asset, at least in my experience. I don’t know any asset that’s gone up 12 years without a down year except gold. Gold has had only one decline over 30 percent in those 12 years. That, too, is extremely unusual.

Plus, if you look at the open interest from the CFTC, the speculators have been piling into gold. The number of call options is more than twice the put options. All the signs are that there's too much speculation in gold right now.

I’m not selling, by any stretch. I own it. If it goes down, I’ll buy more. If America bombs Iran, I’ll probably buy more going up. But I own it and, over the longer term, gold is going to go much higher because the world is doing nothing but printing money. And when the world economies get bad again, they're going to print even more money. But I'm not buying now.

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December 08, 2012

Jim Rogers on commodities with potential

I’d have to say agriculture, because agriculture is very depressed on any kind of long-term basis. Sugar prices, for instance, are down about 75 percent or so from their all-time high in 1974—38 years ago. We have been consuming more agricultural commodities than we have been producing in the world for the last decade or so. So inventories are near historic lows, which, of course, is a dangerous situation.

But worse still, we’re running out of farmers. The average age of farmers in America is 58; in Australia it’s 58; in Japan it’s 66. In America, more people study public relations than study agriculture. So the farmers are dying and retiring, and no young people are coming into agriculture. Agriculture is facing a serious, serious problem, so prices have to go much, much higher, or we’re not going to have any food at any price.

Source: Indexuniverse

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December 07, 2012

Jim Rogers on Russia

Actually, since 1917, the Russians have said, “When it’s your money, then invest here, and we’ll all get rich.” And as soon as you did that, they took it away from you, or shot you, or put you in jail, or whatever. But I have the view that Putin, for whatever reason—I'm not going to speculate about his reasons—that the government has changed now in Russia, and realizes they have to play by the same rules that everybody else does if they're going to prosper.

And so, if that’s the case, Russia has gigantic potential. They’ve got everything in the world there: huge natural resources. They're trying to develop the transportation network so that they can transport goods from Asia through Siberia. And they're spending huge amounts of money doing it. If it works, it would save a lot of time and money to get goods to Asia instead of going by ship. It would ruin Singapore, of course, because Singapore would be wrecked by the new transportation route. Anyway, there are various things that I see happening that give me encouragement for the first time in my life about Russia.

Source: Indexuniverse

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December 02, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Everybody Loses In A Trade War



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November 23, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview: The Bubble Film



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Jim Rogers Video: US Treasuries Outlook



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November 19, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: I Don`t Have Much Use For Money



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November 13, 2012

Jim Rogers: GoldSeek Video Interview



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November 12, 2012

Jim Rogers: Market turmoil ahead



Source: CNN

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November 08, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Obama Win Is Not Good For The Country



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November 07, 2012

Jim Rogers: Prepare cheap money insane

Now that President Barack Obama is re-elected, investors should be prepared for the new expansion, inflation and monetary policy, says Jim Rogers in an interview with CNBC.

Minutes before Obama's victory against the Republican candidate Mitt Romney to be confirmed, Rogers lambasted both presidential candidates, describing them as "evil."

Co-founder of the Quantum Fund predicted that Obama's policies will increase commodity prices will lead to a depreciation of the dollar.
Federal Reserve (Fed) is trying to stimulate the economy by buying U.S. debt. According to Rogers, this program will continue.

"If Obama wins, there will be more inflation, more money printing, more debt and more spending," warns Rogers, adding that it will sell U.S. government securities and buys metals such as gold. "Gold is good for you, for me and for everyone else."

"It seems that printing money will become a real craze and spending," he said. "We need to invest to what happens, not the way I like it."

Rogers points out that he did not vote for either Romney or Obama on the grounds that "with regard to him, they are both evil."

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November 06, 2012

Jim Rogers: I actually think Mr. Obama will Win

Jim Rogers: I actually think Mr.Obama will win the election. It's very difficult to unseat a president in the US. I think the Republicans have only done it once in the last hundred years. Once you are in power you have a lot of money to spend, and Mr.Obama has a lot of money to spend in places like Ohio. His popularity is going up in Ohio because he's spending the money there. Because of that I suspect Mr.Obama will win. I didn't say it was good for America or good for the world but I suspect he will win. - in the daily bell

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November 05, 2012

Video: Global Outlook



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November 04, 2012

Jim Rogers: Five New Commodity ETNs Launched

Five New Jim Rogers Commodity ETNs Launching
  • Rogers Enhanced Commodity ETN(NYSEARCA:RGRC):This fund is designed as a broad overview of the commodity world, as it represents 36 different futures contracts.
  • Rogers Enhanced Agriculture ETN(NYSEARCA:RGRA):This ETN will compete with RJA as it offers exposure to agricultural commodities, a sector that Rogers is particularly fond of [see also Jim Rogers: This Sector Will Boom in the Coming Years].
  • Rogers Enhanced Industrial Metals ETN(NYSEARCA:RGRI): Industrial metals have been struggling as of late, but RGRI may offer a compelling buy once they find a bottom.
  • Rogers Enhanced Energy ETN (NYSEARCA:RGRE): This ETN hones in on energy futures contracts.
  • Rogers Enhanced Precious Metals ETN(NYSEARCA:RGRP): RGRP will cash in on the surging precious metals trend that has engulfed much of the commodity world.
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November 03, 2012

Jim Rogers super excited about Burma North Korea and Angola



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Jim Rogers Video: Nobel Prizes, European Crisis



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November 01, 2012

Jim Rogers: Hunger for Profit & Poverty - How Agriculture can save The World



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October 28, 2012

Jim Rogers: Why to invest in Russia



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October 25, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Agriculture, Farmland, Gold, QE3


As he said, Jim invests in the most depressed assets. He explains again that agriculture will be the best investment in the future. Inventories are at lows and the world is running out of farmers. THe average age in USA is 58 average age , 66 Japan , Australia 58 . He expects to see more young people working in the agriculture business. He is also bearish near term on gold, even though he is not selling. He is not also buying. What worries him is that there have been big speculators activity recently. They have been buying alot in the past several weeks.

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October 23, 2012

Jim Rogers: Disaster Awaits the Markets in 2013

Jim Rogers was recently interviewed by the National television and said: "...first of all we have taxes increases in January first but secondly David we had recessions every 4 to 6 years since the beginning of the republic next year it's 4 to 6 years we are overdue , they always happen for different reasons now may be you know it's different this time , in Washington and in Fox Business News they tell you it is a recovery , 6 years from 2007 it is 2013 , we always had one next one it is going to be worse ..." says Jim Rogers

James Rogers also popularly known as Jim Rogers was born on October 19th in 1942. He was raised in a small town in Demopolis, Alabama. Jim Rogers found his feet in the stock market industry by starting off with a mere 600$ in the year 1968. Rogers was able to open the Quantum Fund with his stock market earnings and struck up a partnership with the legendary George Soros. With all his initial success, he was able to happily retire as a multi-millionaire at the age of 37. The Quantum Fund saw an overall increase in return by an astounding 4,200% in the ten years that they ran the fund together. In contrast, the S&P reported a rise of only 47%. Soros and Rogers ran the world's first truly macro hedge funds that had a worldwide scope. Rogers landed his first job in the year 1964 at Wall Street in a company called Dominick & Dominick in the year he had before he went on to Yale University from High School. That same year he moved on to his second job and that is where he met George Soros. The Quantum Fund inspired a lot of variations of macro trading. Jim Rogers is quoted in the "Money Masters of Our Time" as saying that his work was the most important thing to him in his life. Rogers didn't take a single holiday for ten consecutive years and this reflects the true level of professionalism. With the success he gained in his macro trading business, he was able to peacefully retire in 1980 with a fortune to his name. Ever since his retirement, he has taken on different media roles and has spent most of his time travelling and being a philanthropist. He is also known as a media commentator and remains active in investing.

Rogers was once quoted as saying that Jim Rogers "the 19th century was the century of the UK, the 20th century was the century of the US, the 21st century is going to be the century of China"

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October 22, 2012

Jim Rogers: Capitalism is Dying in the West



Excerpt from the interview:

Depending on countries, politicians, central bankers are destroying capitalism. Some Asian countries are opening up more and more and they become more capitalism countries than USA.

Do you think capitalism can survive in the West?

In history great nations have created economies where people do whatever they can and governments are not so in control of the things. When everything gets matured and problems start, governments get more involved. When problems start, people look for someone to save, and then governments do more controls. All great nations when they reach a certain level of saturation and maturity, start to control more to prevent decline but that accelerates the decline. That is what is happening in USA.

The real credit was 15 years world saved huge amount because war and depression and eventually they started to spend 40-ies , after that people started investing, spending and consuming. It was pretty simple economics. It was historic circumstances.

Stagflation – Most of the world is already in it. Some statistics say it’s not the way, but we can’t rely on government statistics.

I hope the Chinese and Japanese conflict doesn’t evolve into a war. But even without these problems, the world is slowing down anyway.

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Jim Rogers: Eurozone will pay a "terrible price" for the accumulated debt

Eurozone will pay a "terrible price" for the crisis, whether the European Central Bank (ECB) start mass buying of government or not, said Jim Rogers, co-founder of the Quantum Fund, said on CNBC.

"European politicians repeat the same crap for a long time. It does not change the game - the program will have a positive effect on the market for about a month. Debts are getting bigger and eventually we will all pay a terrible price, "warns investors.

He predicted that the green wave stock markets, which may seem like a good opportunity to return to risky assets will be very short.

"For me, it is not possible to make money. This is not good for the market and will not last long. Every three or four months eurozone politicians come together and say: OK guys, everything is fine. For a time indices remain green. But start getting tired of this story and the market is also beginning to be tired, "says Rogers.

Rogers, who has long been optimistic about commodity prices, said there is no reason to change its position on this issue. "Bull market in commodities will end some day - but that day is far, far away," he said.

"We see some correction in commodities. You see, inject money into the financial system and history teaches us that when they do, how to protect yourself is to have any real assets - whether gold or rice, "he said.

"If the world economy recovers, that I had raw would be better, because the recovery will lead to demand. If this does not happen, all central banks will start to print money. This is wrong, but the only thing they know to do, "says Rogers.

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October 21, 2012

Jim Rogers Shorting JPMorgan & Excited About Russia , Singapore and Hong Kong



Jim Rogers: "I am excited about Russia," "I've been skeptical on Russia for 46 years. Now for the first time in my life I am getting optimistic. I think it's cheap. I know it's cheap. And I think I see positive changes taking place." "You know Russia has been a disaster for 95 years—since 1917—but I think that's changing." Jim Rogers said in an interview with Bloomberg's On the Economy on October 16 2012

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October 20, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: U.S. Economy Outlook



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October 19, 2012

Jim Rogers Sharing his Best Ideas with the People

According to the legendary investor Jim Rogers, the best investment opportunity for shareholders and investors worldwide is Myanmar. Myanmar used to be the richest country in the entire Asian continent in 1962. However, things started going downhill from there and by now, they are one of the poorest countries in Asia. There are enormous opportunities for people there as Jim sees them opening up to new business much like the same way China did way back in 1978. Whenever this happens, there is a wide range of opportunities to move forward and the same can be said about the country of Myanmar. Different developments are expected and one of those is in the oil prices.

Jim Rogers is also more optimistic about the idea of agricultural investments rather than anything else since its price is supposedly the best. There are not many things in the world that are as depressed as the prices of agriculture. Therefore, Jim Rogers thinks it is definitely agriculture. Jim Rogers believes that the world will see a revival in atomic energy plans. Jim believes that people will not abandon the idea of atomic energy since the field is competitive, economic and clean if properly controlled. Uncontrollable atomic energy can off course lead to a disaster but many countries in the world like the Koreans, the French and the Chinese are going forward with their plans for nuclear power plants.

Jim Rogers was also quoted as saying that strange things start happening here and there when the finances start collapsing. The massive increase in the oil production by the Saudi's could bring down the prices of oil in the US as low as 40$ a barrel and 2$ for a gallon of gasoline by November this year. When asked if this was a reasonable forecast and whether the world would get to see such oil prices, Jim Rogers replied that it was possible to see anything. According to Jim, there were lower oil prices back in 2008 before the market collapse. All sorts of strange things start happening when the markets start to collapse. We saw that in 2008 and we might also get to see it in the future.

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October 18, 2012

Jim Rogers - Taiwan TV Interviews



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Jim Rogers touts Russia, shorts JPMorgan

Famed long-view investor, Jim Rogers, says Russia is looking good and it's his type of investment: it's cheap, it's running a long-term bottom and positive change is taking place.

"I am excited about Russia," said Rogers in an interview with Bloomberg's On the Economy.

"I've been skeptical on Russia for 46 years. Now for the first time in my life I am getting optimistic. I think it's cheap. I know it's cheap. And I think I see positive changes taking place."

Rogers, who also touts resource-rich Myanmar, says Russia's leadership has finally learned that it has to play by the rules if the country is going to attract investors and start to grow its economy.

"You know Russia has been a disaster for 95 years—since 1917—but I think that's changing."

However, Rogers sees trouble in US, especially in the financial sector, and says he is shorting JPMorgan Chase & Co.(NYSE:JPM).

Despite reaching its 52-week high, Rogers sees trouble under hood, finding fault with its credit card and commodity divisions.

"Basically it's loved and everyone says it can do no wrong. If I hear something like that I get suspicious."

JPMorgan is up a third over the last year and currently trades at $42.83, just below its 52-week high of $46.49.

Rogers sees a larger problem with financials as a whole: the banks fell into such a hole that it will take a long time to dig themselves out.

"You know financials had a big, big boom and then collapsed, and my experience in the markets is when that happens it takes a long time to build a base."

For the world economy as a whole, Rogers still sees big problems ahead and says the US is due for another economic shock after the presidential elections are through, no matter who wins.

"I am very worried about the world economy in 2013-2014 and what happens in October 2012 is not of much significance to me."

"Every 4-6 years since the beginning of the American republic we have had economic slowdowns. You can add 2013 and 2014. They've always occurred."

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Jim Rogers: Shorting J.P. Morgan (JPM)

"I am short J.P. Morgan (JPM) as of yesterday. I am short the calls for J.P. Morgan (JPM)." - in Fox Business News

Related stocks: JPMorgan Chase (JPM)
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October 17, 2012

Jim Rogers - Reuters Interview



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October 13, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Nobel Prize has become a Farce - They Are Deranged


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October 08, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: On Investing In Agriculture & Commodities



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Jim Rogers Video: I Don`t See Much Value In Stocks Anywhere



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October 06, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Sugar Could Triple And Still Be Below Its All Time High



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October 04, 2012

Jim Rogers & Marc Faber On Our "Clueless, Ignorant, Dangerous" Leaders



Marc Faber: "Both candidates are clueless and completely artificial..."

Jim Rogers: "It's worse than clueless, because they think they know what they're doing.. and so they are dangerous! If they were just clueless and looked out the window, we wouldn't have a problem, but they think they have the solution - but their solutions are what's making the situation worse..."

Marc Faber: "That is precisely the point. It is very dangerous to have ignorant people believing that they know something!

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October 02, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Commodities, Central Banks, Currencies, Russia



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September 30, 2012

Jim Rogers: North Korea, Zimbabwe, Myanmar and much more


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September 28, 2012

Jim Rogers: Russia is an investment opportunity


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September 27, 2012

Jim Rogers - Russia-Singapore Business Forum 2012



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September 23, 2012

The Bubble Film Featuring Jim Rogers


The Bubble is a feature length documentary that ask those who predicted the greatest recession since the Great Depression, why did it happen and what are we facing? The documentary is an adaptation of Tom Woods' New York Times bestseller Meltdown. Filmmaker Jimmy Morrison is releasing each interview in full for free before the film's release.

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September 21, 2012

Video: Katy Byron Interviews Jim Rogers



Katy Byron interviews multi-millionaire Jim Rogers in New York City's Central Park for TV reporter reel

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September 20, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Economic Conditions Will Worsen



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September 19, 2012

Jim Rogers joins VTB Capital’s Agriculture division

VTB Capital announces that Jim Rogers has joined VTB Capital’s Agriculture division, part of the Global Private Equity department, as an advisor. In his new position he will provide regular advice and insights into global commodity markets and investment trends.
Jim Rogers, commodities investment expert and successful international investor himself, after attending Yale and Oxford University, co-founded the Quantum Fund, a global-investment partnership, with George Soros. During the next 10 years, the portfolio gained 4200%, while the S&P rose less than 50%. Continuing to manage his own portfolio, Mr Rogers kept busy serving as a professor of finance at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Mr Rogers developed the Rogers International Commodity Indiсes in the late 1990s. and is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc.
VTB Capital Private Equity is active in commodity investments. Recently it has launched an investment platform to capitalize on opportunities in the growing agriculture market.
VTB Capital sees high potential in Russian agricultural market and plans to attract from $500mn to $1bn of the investments into the sector based on its phased development strategy.
Russia and the broader CIS region is developing into a global agriculture superpower with its proximity to China, Middle East and North Africa resulting in it taking a leading role in the export of key agricultural commodities such as wheat, barley, corn and sunflower oil. With global food demand requiring an additional 70% of total production by 2050 the region is set to play a significant role in meeting a substantial portion of this demand and surpass the USA as the world’s largest wheat exporter by 2020.
Tim Demchenko, Global Head of Private Equity and Special Situations at VTB Capital, said: “Jim Rogers is a global icon and thought leader in commodity investment trends and understands the importance of this region in the global commodity supply dynamic. Jim sees the investment opportunity in regional agriculture resulting from its low-cost, highly fertile cropping land, potential productivity gains, abundant water supply and close proximity to the high demand regions of MENA and China via established shipping routes. We are very pleased to have him join our team and look forward to his input as we expand our agricultural and other commodity and general private equity investments in Russia and the CIS region.”
Jim Rogers, Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc., noted: “Russia and the CIS region have all the ingredients needed to become the world’s agriculture powerhouse. It seems that everything may now be coming together under VTB Capital to make this happen, so I am keen to participate.”

Source: http://www.vtbcapital.com

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Jim Rogers Video: The Solution Is Not Papering It Over



International investor Jim Rogers says all that the Fed has done with QE is to artificially inflate stock and bond markets. He argues the Fed could push the U.S. into another recession in 2013.

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September 17, 2012

Jim Rogers Video Interview: Natural Gas & Crude Oil



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September 16, 2012

Jim Rogers on if Capitalism has Lost Its Compass



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September 15, 2012

Jim Rogers: Eurozone will pay a "terrible price" for the accumulated debt

Bank (ECB) start mass buying of government or not, said Jim Rogers, co-founder of the Quantum Fund, said on CNBC.
"European politicians repeat the same crap for a long time. It does not change the game - the program will have a positive effect on the market for about a month. Debts are getting bigger and eventually we will all pay a terrible price, "warns investors.
He predicted that the green wave stock markets, which may seem like a good opportunity to return to risky assets will be very short.
"For me, it is not possible to make money. This is not good for the market and will not last long. Every three or four months eurozone politicians come together and say: OK guys, everything is fine. For a time indices remain green. But start getting tired of this story and the market is also beginning to be tired, "says Rogers.
Rogers, who has long been optimistic about commodity prices, said there is no reason to change its position on this issue. "Bull market in commodities will end some day - but that day is far, far away," he said.
"We see some correction in commodities. You see, inject money into the financial system and history teaches us that when they do, how to protect yourself is to have any real assets - whether gold or rice, "he said.
"If the world economy recovers, that I had raw would be better, because the recovery will lead to demand. If this does not happen, all central banks will start to print money. This is wrong, but the only thing they know to do, "says Rogers.

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September 14, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview CNBC: Bullish On The Swedish Krona



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September 13, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: Thinking About Buying Russia



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September 12, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: It`s A FED Rally



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September 11, 2012

Jim Rogers - At MIT They Teach You How To Print Money



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September 08, 2012

Jim Rogers Recent Views


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September 04, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview: The FED already started QE3


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August 01, 2012

Jim Rogers Video:Smart Money


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July 23, 2012

Jim Rogers Video: I Do Not Pay Attention To What Bernanke Says


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June 13, 2012

Jim Rogers: They should let Spain go under



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May 30, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview on Success and how to reach it

This is one of the latest interviews of Jim Rogers which is general in sense and is not focused on specific investments.

 


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May 29, 2012

Jim Rogers Forbes Interview




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May 17, 2012

Jim Rogers is bearish on gold short-term and bullish on USD


 Transcript:

 I own all the commodities. dged in gold. hedged in silver. but i own agriculture mainly. but everything is done. thank goodness i have currencies which are working. i don't own many stocks as i've told before you. thank goodness i have some shorts. you don't love the dollar but t will have a near term rally. i still own the dollar. i own more dollars than i have owned in years. what do you think of thedollar with the near term? what keeps it elevated. it is a horrible currency to own. but i own it. everybody hates it. in times of turmoil such as europe, everybody flees in the dollar. it is the wrong thing to do. an safe haven. but everybody thinks it is, so i own it too.morgan trade, seems like jamie dimon came out swiftly and said, this is stupidity, bad trade, and you know heads are going to roll.you think they sell as much commodities as you can to raisecapital. i know a lot of people are having to liquidate positionsbecause now the banking examiners ar all over the banks.especially j.p. morgan. so they are trying to take off as many positions as they can so that they the regulators don't put them out of business. what do you think in terms of banking sector over all?does this mean more regulation? they are like among the peoplesaying, local rule is not -- is not going to work. ever course it will mean more regulation. nobody likes financial types. everybody gets -- gets blamed. we, the financial types are getting blamed for all of the world's problems. we will be more regulations. more controls.maria, i have told you before, become a farmer. right. stop all this financial stuff. become a farmer. drive a tractor. get a tract. get rid of the mercedes and get a tractor? yes. let m ask you about that. a lot of people i've been speaking to lately are talking farm land. no joke. you were so early on this. is it worth owning farm land andleasing it out? you can bam become a farmer. own land and lease it out. sell it. did whatever you want. there are many vastopportunities in agriculture and farming. is that because of the china story? because of such demand coming out of places in asia? out of farmers. average age of farmers in america is 58. in asia, 66. in australia, 58. in ten years american farmers will be 68 if they are still alive. i have a hard enough time with my own garden. i don't know about me becoming a guardier. we will take a short break and then we will come back and i will ask about equities. we will be right back after this short break. later, mark zuckerberg'sfacebook goes public on friday. he becomes more rich andpowerful. today he turns 28. is that a good thing if you are an investor in facebook? we will put your answers on the air, back in a moment. ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ here we are, me and you ♪♪ ♪♪ on the road ♪♪♪♪ and we know that it goes on and on ♪♪ you're the boss of yourlife. in charge of making memoriesand keeping promises. ask your financial professionahow lincoln financial ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ oh, oh, all the way ♪♪ ♪♪ oh, oh ♪♪ .. and people. and the planes can seem the same so, it comes down to the people. because, bad weather the price of oil those are every airlines reality. and solutions won't come from 500 tons of metal and a paint job. they'll come from people. delta people. who made us one of the biggest airlines in the world. and then decided that wasn't enough. welcome back. we continue with jim rogers who has money all around the world. one ongoing head wind is missteps and scandals of wall street and corporate america. jim, worse that america, bigger spotlight these days in terms of doing wrong or behaving? maria, you can read world history for decades. there are always people doing things wrong. we have not changed out of human nature and we will continue to have scannedallies and problems. the retail investor is not in this market. i'm wondering when volume will go back. maria, volume is not going to come back. i'm trying to explain to you.finance add great 30 years. that's finished. now to advance, we have too many people, too 78 mbas, too much leverage and too many government that dent like us. right. this is an good place to be. which is why you are telling me to become a farmer. yes. just learn to drive a tractor if nothing else. drive the tractor for thefarmer. i told you i killed the tulips in my yard. facebook going public on friday. still a good gain on the nasdaq. there to be made here in equities but you don't like it. i don't own american equities. i a have mainly short stocks around the world. because i don't expect the world economy to be very good in the next couple of years. in fact, 2013 is probably going to be a huge mess. 2014 will be a real mess. why? so you don't like equities because of the fundamentalbackdrop here? maria, in america we have had recession every year to six years since the middle of the republican re public. next year is four to six years. they will keep everything to win the election this year. 2013 will be a mess. it always has been. no reason it won't be this time too. be very careful. corporate earnings sloweddown. but partly because the rest of the world is slowing down. you are livering in singapore. you are familiar with everything in asia.are we seeing a slow down in chien chooina? china has been trying to slow its economy for three years. they raised interest rate. they raised reserve requirements a half a dozen time. they started to loosen up a little bit but they tried to slow their economy down. and they were successful. nothing unusual. were you surprised at the big trading loss out of j.p. morgan? you and i have discussed thefact i've been short a very large america bank. i always sell calls on very large american bank. and i took a guess it was i have been a serial seller of calls on j.p. morgan. i didn't know they would havethis disaster. i just figured two who have other disasters. how did you know? sometimes i get it right, maria. you keep getting it right.i'm trying to figure out how i get it t. a balance sheet with a personrunning commodities that doesn't know what that person is doing.credit card division with problems. ways sure for r reasons thenthey gave me this gift. there will be other problems coming too. so you think it goes down further from here? i think there are otherproblems coming out of large near mer can bank which i haveshorted. then of course the federal reserve making all the easymoney available. are you expecting qe3? as the economy gets bad, they will print more money. that the wrong thing to do but that's all they know to do. bernanke didn't know to do anything else. yes, they are printing money now, just not calling it qe3. that's why i own commodities opinion if things get better, commodities will do better.if it didn't better, they will print more money. taking the urgency ofliquidity off the table for the european banks and now with here we are again talking about greece exiting the euro. who knows who is next. do you think they are throwing the baby out with the bathwater? not me, i own the euro. i sold my euro positions and hedged the others. so no, unfortunately, i'm not optimistic about europe. i would like it say yes, but i have to say no. are you expecting greece to exit the euro? do you think that creates can of worms? if they exit and i don't know. i suspect it looks like they will eventually. if they do, it will cause a big drop. it is not th of the world. it would be good to make them exit or go bankrupt. but yes, i sold my euros. i have sold out. jim, great to see you as always. i'm delighted. think about tractors. jim rogers in from singapore this week.

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May 03, 2012

Jim Rogers thinks that gold might go lower

Jim Rogers : What I said was, if gold gets to $1100 or $1200 or $1300, I would hope I’m smart enough to buy more. I don’t know if it’s going to go there or not. I may buy it at $1850 if war breaks out with Iran. It depends on what happens in the world. What I said was that it won’t surprise me if gold goes down much lower; that’s normal for the way markets work. And if it goes there, I hope I’m smart enough to buy more. But if it goes to $1,550, I would probably buy more. Just depends on what happened. - in Seeking Alpha

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Jim Rogers Video Interview in May 2012


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April 27, 2012

Jim Rogers says that Wall Street will become Backwater

In this interview Jim Rogers talk about the FED, commodities, why people should not go for MBA but start in the farming business and how the US might not just experience a lost decade or two because of its course of politics but a lost century.

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April 17, 2012

Jim Rogers Investments in 2012

Taken from recent interview with S&A Investors Radio on 12 April 2012 Jim said that he is not worried about the short-term and the market this year because it’s an election year and for Obama to win, they will print money like crazy and juice the markets. The thing is that Mr Rogers is so much worried about the USA in the long-term as the country is the largest debtor country in the history of the world. About investments, Jim said that he will buy a lot of gold if it goes down to $1100 - $1200 usd. He expects a correction to these levels. Jim sees such correction because according to the history no asset went up eleven years in a row and gold did it, that’s why he believes that this year will be different and will probably be the first year when gold will be down YTY.


If you have been following the market reactions lately, Jim comments seems controversial as when gold goes down, does the market. That is why it is a wonder how gold will resist rising if Jim is right and the market really goes up this year because of the elections in US.

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April 12, 2012

Jim Rogers Investment Secret



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April 10, 2012

Jim Rogers interview with China Daily


Jim Rogers: "China has huge investment opportunities"

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April 05, 2012

Jim Rogers will Buy More Gold

The Great Jim Rogers, founder of Rogers Holdings, stated yesterday at a deliberation in Hungary he remains optimist about the prices of both silver and gold in the long-term. He also said that he will purchase more of these metals if their prices continue to correct. He believes that in the next few months their prices might go down. Once that happens he will get more.

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April 03, 2012

Jim Rogers: We are out of farmers

According to legendary Jim Rogers, the world is out of farmers as nobody wants to do this business anymore. He points out that the average age of farmers in Japan is 66 years. The average age in Australia and United Kingdowm is 58. He states also that the highest rate of suicides in UK is among farmers. He is worried that nobody wants to farm but the population is growing every day. People will always need to eat and we need more farmers. Every year in USA about 220,000 students’s graduated in public relations while only 20,000 graduated in agriculture. He asks, “Have you ever tried to eat a press release?”

He believes that the fundamentals are in place to a much higher commodity prices and believes farming business to be the best one. As our readers know, Jim is significantly invested in commodities and precious metals.

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March 29, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview: Follow Your Passion



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March 25, 2012

Jim Rogers hopes that the Chinese market collapses so he can buy Chinese shares

He believes that China needs to crash the market and it will be good for the world. It will also present opportunities for all of us. He expects the world to slowdown in the next year or two and knows that will be an opportunity for investment. Right now Jim is shorting emerging market stocks as a potential hedge.

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March 24, 2012

Jim Rogers believes Myanmar is like China 34 years ago

The legendary investor Jim Rogers points out that fifty years ago Myanmar was the richest country in Asia but now it’s the poorest but that soon is going to change. The country is starting to open just as China did 33 years ago. He finds it extremely exciting for investors who have access to invest there. Unfortunate US citizens can not invest in Myanmar (former Burma) at this moment as Jim Rogers is not allowed to. Still if he could, he would invest big there. Myanmar is good place for investments.

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March 22, 2012

Jim Rogers: Optimist about 2012 but don’t ask for after that

According to the legendary Jim Rogers, 2012 will continue being a good year for markets because the economic stimulus is still active and it’s an election year. That is why Investors should enjoy this year but after that they must move out because he is terrified what follow through in 2013. Next year economies will no longer grow on ultra-loose monetary policies and government borrowing as the CB limits are hit. In the United States and elsewhere, central banks have cut interest rates to near zero and have flooded their respective economies with liquidity to spur more growth and hiring, policies that critics brand as printing money out of thin air.

On top of monetary policy, governments have run up debts via stimulus programs, widening fiscal deficits in the process. Sooner or later, economies will have to mop up liquidity and pay down debts, which will result in economic contraction in a year or so. So Jim Roger’s advice is “enjoy 2012, because growth and rising stock markets won't last”.

"The overall situation is getting much worse because the debt is going through the roof for all of us," Rogers says. "You should worry about 2013, you should be very worried about 2014, but this year, more or less, is not going to be so bad."

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Jim Rogers and the Yen

Jim Rogers bought a lot of yens in the beginning of 2009. He was holding most of his cash in yen up until the middle of 2011 when he said: Investor Jim Rogers said Thursday that he's concerned about his long position in the Japanese yen after a recent surge in the currency. “I’m concerned. What do I do now? Obviously the yen cannot continue to be a good long,” Rogers said. “Japan seems determined to debase the yen, which they may be about to do.”

We are still not sure whether Jim holds the yens because the currency weakened already about 10% since the bottom at 75.8 USDJPY, what we are sure is that Japan is really ready to debase the currency as much as needed after the recent BOJ program to target 1% inflation and increase the bond purchase program (QE). As soon as we know more about Jim’s yen position we will let you know.

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March 19, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview


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March 16, 2012

Jim Rogers: Sell Your Lamborghini, Buy A Tractor

Jim Rogers : "Nobody wants to farm any more. Yet there are more people than even now. Seven billion of us. What are we going to eat? Every year, the US has something like 225,000 graduates in public relations. I think there's 20,000 agriculture graduates in the US now. Have you ever tried to eat a press release? "My advice to young people would be to get into agriculture. If you want to make money over the next 20 years, agriculture is the way to go. If you don't want to be a farmer, buy the Lamborghini dealership or a restaurant in Iowa. Why? Because the farmers in Iowa are going to be very wealthy. And they will be able to afford Lamborghinis. Fewer and fewer people are producing more and more food for more and more of us. That's only going to get worse over the next 20 or 30 years. So if you're smart, put your money into anything related to agriculture." - in Gulfnews

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March 14, 2012

Jim Rogers: Gold below $1,600/oz is a buy

Jim Rogers: I’m certainly watching, if gold goes below $1,600 oz I am sure I will buy more. If it goes to $1,200 I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more. Gold has been up 11 years in a row now, which is extremely unusual for any asset. So it would not surprise me if gold doesn’t ... continue to have a nice correction in 2012. If it does, I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more. I’m not selling. I have not sold and will not sell until the bubble comes. There will be a bubble in gold some day but that’s ten years, I don’t know, several years from now. I hope I’m smart enough to sell when the bubble comes. - in Businessinsider

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March 13, 2012

Jim Rogers: Agriculture is the best investment for the next 20 years

“Nobody wants to farm anymore. Yet there are more people than even now. Seven billion of us. What are we going to eat? Every year, the US has something like 225,000 graduates in public relations. I think there’s 20,000 agriculture graduates in the US now. Have you ever tried to eat a press release? My advice to young people would be to get into agriculture. If you want to make money over the next 20 years, agriculture is the way to go. If you don’t want to be farmer, buy the Lambordhini dealership or restaurant in Iowa. Why? Because the farmers in Iowa are going to be very wealthy. And they will be able to afford Lamborghinis. Fewer and fewer people are producing more and more food for more and more of us. That’s only going to get worse over the next 20 or 30 years. So if you’are smart, put your money into anything related to agriculture.” – In The Gulfnews.

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March 11, 2012

Jim Rogers: Dubai vs China Real Estate Bubble

According to Jim Rogers, Dubai built it's economy based on real estate speculation. Dubai doesn't have anything else, it didn't have oil, natural resources, the population is small and there was huge real estate speculation in construction. Dubai has no financial reserves also.

On the other hand, China has huge amounts of natural resources, growing population, natural resources in Siberia which they can tap and they have huge financial reserves.

The only thing that Dubai has is a rich big brother, but that’s all Dubai has and China has it all - resources, cheap labor, discipline, educated labor and vast markets. - in Businessinsider

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March 09, 2012

Jim Rogers: Slowdown coming

Due to the big debt that USA and other countries have, we will experience a slowdown as it cause more and more drag to the economy. Jim Rogers also points out that in every 4-6 years USA had a slowdown so by 2012,2013,2014 we will have slowdown. It doesn't matter what cause it, high oil or shock... we will have it said Jim in BI

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March 07, 2012

Jim Rogers Interview on Gold, Oil and Global Economy

What is feeding into oil prices at the moment?

Iran obviously, is one thing, but another is in the U.S. it’s the infrastructure problem. We have oil but it’s in the wrong places. On the east coast, they use imported oil, and imported oil is higher because of Iran. And it comes from Europe. North Sea production is in decline. There are supply-demand reasons that oil prices are high in many parts of the world. And known reserves of oil are in decline worldwide. And the IEA is going around telling people that known reserves are in a steady decline and we’re going to have a huge problem in a decade or two, a gigantic problem, unless somebody finds a lot of oil very quickly. So underneath the supply-demand, shorter term it's infrastructure and Iran probably. 

At what level do you think oil prices will break the back of the American recovery?

We are going to have a slowdown. Such is the staggering debt that America has, it has caused more and more of a drag on our economy. I would also point out to you that every four to six years we’ve had an economic slowdown in the U.S., since the beginning of time, so by 2012, 2013, 2014, we are well overdue for an economic slowdown for whatever reason. Whether it’s caused by high oil or what, we’re going to have a slowdown in the foreseeable future.

How do you see oil prices impacting consumers in emerging markets, especially in Asia, when many of them are struggling to rein in inflation and drive growth?

Everybody is paying higher prices for oil and that obviously impacts consumption everywhere and its not just oil, its food and everything else that’s going up. There’s inflation everywhere, the U.S. lies about it, I mean the U.S. government lies about inflation but there’s inflation everywhere. I mean I don’t know if you go shopping, but if you do, you know prices are up. The government says they’re not, I don’t know where they shop. Everybody else’s prices are up.

If you could own / invest in just one commodity which would it be?

I guess it would have to be one of the agricultural commodities, it would depend on which is down the most but it would be agriculture I can tell you that.

You said earlier this year that if gold moved towards $1,600 you would be interested in buying more. Are you looking at gold now?

I’m certainly watching, if it goes below $1,600 I’m sure I’ll buy more. If it goes to $1,200 I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more. Gold has been up 11 years in a row now, which is extremely unusual for any asset. So it would not surprise me if gold doesn’t ... continue to have a nice correction in 2012. If it does, if it does, I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more. I’m not selling. I’m not selling. I have not sold and will not sell until the bubble comes. There will be a bubble in gold some day but that’s ten years, I don’t know, several years from now. I hope I’m smart enough to sell when the bubble comes.
Source: Business Insider

Jim Rogers is an great investor, author and respected financial commentator. He is a regular guest on different TV programs like these of Barron's, FT, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fortune and CNBC. Rogers is the president of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests.