Saturday, February 1, 2003

Jim Rogers on Dutch TV

Interview from Februari 2003

Mr Rogers takes us inside his (former) house in New Yok city. Where he shows us alot of things he has collected from his trip around the world in 98/99. Then he talks about how he sees trouble appearing in the economy. Further he talks about the US national debt, the housing bubble and the problem with the fact that Americans thought that they were all rich simply because they owned a house.

1 comment:

  1. I would like to comment about the terrible condition of the current american economy. This is one of the hardest periods in the countries history. Their does not seem to be any consensus about the trends for the economy one week the economic news is good the next week its bad. Their seems to be no consistency what so ever when it comes to economic matters. Mcdonald’s recently hired fifty or sixty thousand people out of one million that applied maybe mcdonald’s should change their old saying you deserve a break today at mcdonald’s to you deserve a job today at mcdonald’s. As far as those banksters go I say lets exchange those three piece suits and briefcases for a pick' a shovel' a bucket' and some pinstripes.