11.03.2014 - Influential investor Jim Rogers talks commodities and Japanese stocks
Maverick investor Jim Rogers founded the Quantum Fund hedge fund in 1973 along with George Soros. Rogers made his fortune early and retired at 37. He later traveled on a motorbike around the world in 1990, and then visited six continents over three years in 2003, chronicling his adventures in books. Around 2005 he relocated with his family to Singapore, partly so his daughters could learn Mandarin Chinese during childhood. In talks, Rogers emphasized China’s rise to economic dominance in the early 2000s and penned "Hot Commodities" (2004), which painted China as a massive consumer of natural resources in coming years...............................................Full Article: Source
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