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Why Jim Rogers Has a Bearish View on Tech

Why Jim Rogers Has a Bearish View on Tech

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview one of the world’s preeminent investors and most successful contrarians: Jim Rogers. It’s our pleasure here at The Sovereign Society to bring you that video interview, in the first of three parts, starting today.

Born in Demopolis, Alabama, Jim Rodgers went to work on the Wall Street of the 1960s, and at the end of that decade, hooked up with another smart, then-unknown young man named George Soros. The two broke off to form the Quantum Fund, racking up a 4,200% gain through the 1970s as they made bet after bet against the grain of conventional investing wisdom.

Jim Rogers went on to write six best-selling books, and nearly a decade ago moved to Singapore, from where he continues to watch over the world’s markets and invest where he sees opportunities in the making.

Click here to view the first part of the interview.

A Bearish View of Tech

Be sure to catch Part 2 of the series tomorrow.

Kind regards,

JL Yastine
Editorial Director, The Sovereign Society

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