Tweet This is a entertaining 2 part interview with Jim Rogers where I often found the host to be extremely ignorant with ridiculous assumptions and opinions. Right off the bat he accuses Jim of being in the “middle of the curve” because his bias is so strong concerning the growth story that is Asia. If you […]

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Tweet Don’t take my views on China, but take one of the more successful investors of our time, Jim Rogers. From my perspective, Rogers downright embarrasses Alexis on this interview and he is always a pleasure to listen to. Why is it those who make the most sense are most badgered by the media?