Sunday, September 29, 2013

China, America, Europe and Japan

Even if China is doing everything right, it will still be affected by what's happening in the rest of the world. America, Europe and Japan, these economies are ten times bigger than China. 

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

China agriculture opportunities

Nowadays, the whole world is short of agriculture products and the agriculture population is reduced sharply and the average age of global farmers is too high. However, China has great potential in agriculture, which is a favorable opportunity for the agriculture investors.

Source: Jim Rogers blog

Monday, September 23, 2013

Chinese Renmimbi is the future world currency

The US dollar is a troubled currency, Renminbi globalization can't wait too long, now it is an opportunity for it.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Jim Rogers comments on India gold import curbs

If India curbs its gold imports, will its economy be back on track? There is no question that if you have money, it is better to invest it than put it into a stagnant asset—according to this argument, women should not buy dresses or shoes, or we should not be buying houses...the one billion Indians are smarter than the market and also the government.

Source: Rogers

Monday, September 9, 2013

All government numbers are suspect

All government numbers are suspect. Last week, the US government revised its economic statistics and added a whole economy bigger than the Swedish economy—so America just went up a level in a week because they revised the numbers. I don’t trust what any government says. The Soviet Union used to have great numbers, but they were all made up in offices in Moscow.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Jim Rogers negative on India

India has some of the smartest people in the world, but it does not have an education system to support it. Infrastructure is equally poor. So, I don’t know if India would have been better without a democracy, and some of the greatest periods in history have been without democracy. But these are just my observations, and it is the Indians who must decide what they want.

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