In Conversation with Jim Rogers: Investing through current bear market & recession


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Jim Rogers is a legend in the world of investing. He was the co-founder of the Quantum Fund and Soros Fund Management. From 1973 to 1980, the portfolio gained 4,200% while the S&P advanced by about 47%.[10] The Quantum Fund was one of the first truly global funds. In 1980, Rogers decided to "retire" and travelled on a motorcycle around the world. He is the creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index. He talks about where and how to invest in the bear market and recessionary environment. this video is done in partnership with BLOCKCAST.CC.

00:00:00 Introduction
00:01:09 View on the current state of affairs Is it a recession now?
00:03:22 Whether Federal Reserve be able to contain it?
00:04:00 What should a normal investor do?
00:04:52 Which markets and sectors are less vulnerable to recession?
00:05:58 Where and how to invest in commodities?
00:08:37 Whether investing in US technology a wise idea? Does the next decade belong to technology?
00:10:47 Should one invest in Silver because it is 60% down? why not Microsoft which is down significantly.
00:11:57 State and outlook on USA economy
00:13:14 Outlook on China’s economy /investments
00:14:17 Jim’s investment in China
00:14:37 Jim’s investment in Russia
00:15:41 What is the scenario post Russia-Ukraine war
00:16:20 Outlook on India .whether India is a good market for investment
00:16:56 How will blockchain change the world
00:17:44 What should people do with excess cash in these times?
00:18:45 How long this crisis in equity markets could last
00:19:58 What is the way out of this downtrend/bear market and what should investors do?
00:21:51 Last message from Jim roger to survive through this crisis

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