Friday, February 27, 2009

Jim Rogers on the Max Keiser Oracle show



February 27, 2009

investments, stock, bonds, gold, silver, commodities, jim rogers, marc faber, peter schiff, ron paul, banking crisis, economic meltdown

6 comments:

  1. Nice interview but that show still has something amateur about it. Anyway thanks for this blog looks great!

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  2. LOL Max is a riot!

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  3. If you want to watch "amateur hour" then tune in to CNBC or Bloomberg or another one of the govt. sanctioned business channels that keep interviewing that Keynesian Paul Krugman.
    That Cramer guy on CNBC or whatever channel who does the Mad Money show is a particular idiot. He is a fool and a dupe of the Fed. He should be peddling good humor bars and leave his lack of history and economics to people who really understand both. When he goes into one of his diatribes as to what happened to the US in the 1929 depression, it sounds like it is right out of one of today's govt. sponsored HS history books. What a goofball.
    At least max Keiser and the guests on his show understand what is going on in the world's economies and why they are in such an uproar.

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  4. Does anyone know why Jim Rogers doesn't appear on Bloomberg and CNBC anymore?

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  5. Jim Rodgers understands econ as any good investor does. People who speak the truth don't get invited to appear on business channels much anymore. You have to have an Obama pin on your suit lapel to get asked.

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  6. Jim rogers is one guy thats not afraid to tell it like it is.

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