Jim Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, In and Co-founder of the Quantum Fund He travels from Singapore Two decades ago Jim Rogers moved to Singapore as he emerges as a major bull on Asia. Since then he stuck to his guns as a successful investor, made sureRead More →

Hong Kong is economically on a downhill slope and its current problems do not help the city to stop that, says Jim Rogers, veteran investor, at his weblog. “China’s opening up so we don’t need Hong Kong anymore.”

The trade war between China and the US is taking another casualty, says super-investor Jim Rogers: the US dollar. He will no longer bet on the US currency, as a downturn is nearing fast in a few years’ time, he tells according to News Max. Although for gamblers, buying US dollars for the short run might be an opportunity. In the long run he will switch to China’s renminbi or gold.

China’s currency, the yuan, is on a downward track, not because of government action, but is a market reaction on the US tariffs on Chinese goods, says investment guru Jim Rogers. Washington has to blame itself for the weakening yuan, he tells in the Stocknewsbrief.com.

Hong Kong’s days as a financial market are not yet numbered, but in the long run, the city has tough problems, says celebrity investor Jim Rogers to RT. Rogers is Singapore-based, an island that hopes to benefit from the downturn of Hong Kong as a recession is looming.

China stocks show some volatility right now, but superinvestor Jim Rogers is not going to sell his shares in the Chinese economy now, he tells. China stocks might have been overpriced, but there was certainly no bubble, he adds. Jim Rogers is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. DoRead More →

Renowned investor Jim Rogers learned from the China market 23 years ago in a painful boom-and-bust cycle. Now he is bullish on China, but shares a few tough lessons he learned in those early days, he will not forget, he writes in the Daily Wealth.

China’s economy is going through a reduced growth and, says investor Jim Rogers, that might be an excellent idea as the country has to bring back its debts, he says on his weblog. ‘China’s economy is slowing, fortunately for China and fortunately for the world.”