Jim Rogers Advises People To Invest In North Korea
Jim Rogers, who first made a name for himself as co-founder of the Quantum Fund in the 1970s, is more recently known for taking extreme and controversial positions. Sometimes, these stances are spot on, like when he predicted in 2002 that Greenspan was creating a real estate bubble that would come back to bite the U.S. economy. But sometimes it seems like he is just being contrarian, case in point being a recent BBC interview, reported by Karen Friar for The Wall Street Journal’s
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