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Jim Rogers "Profits cannot get much better and even if they do they cannot last much longer... in America ..."
Radio Feature 41: Jim Rogers in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Sunday, March 18, 2012

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  • What are your views on the current US equity rally and whether you think it is sustainable?
  • At their current levels do you think US equity valuations are attractive? Even though options (for protecting downside risk) are expensive...
  • Irrespective of whether the economy does better or worse - why owning real assets provides protection ?
  • Is China now in or is it going to be experiencing a hard landing?
  • Does Europe present investment opportunities to acquire assets?

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Jim Rogers "Profits cannot get much better and even if they do they cannot last much longer... in America ..."

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