In researching "Wall Street's Wildfire” and "Cooling China's Growth Fever,” I caught up with Jim Rogers at his Singapore home. First introduced to Top Producer readers in September 2005 ("Why Funds are Hot on Commodities”), Rogers is well known on Wall Street as co-founder (with George Soros) of the famed Quantum Fund, best-selling author of Investment Biker, Adventure Capitalist, Hot Commodities, A Bull in China), manager of commodities funds, and a frequent guest on CNBC, CNN and other business programs. He sold his Manhattan townhouse for a reported $15 million last year to move to where the action is in investing today.
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The following are recent articles that featured Jim Rogers, regarding the market.
Investor Jim Rogers says still likes commodities
Reuters, 10 Oct 2008
Investor and author Jim Rogers, one of the earliest to predict the boom in commodities of the last few years, said Friday that he recently bought agricultural commodities despite the sharp fall in prices.