Jim Rogers graduated from Yale University and has a degree in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University. Jimmy Rogers became a Wall street legend when he and George Soros founded the Quantum Fund.After his career as a hedge fund manager and investor,Jim Rogers now periodically teaches finance at Columbia University, and appears regularly on the CNBC Cable Network.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Japanese Blue Chips - Bullish Case
"You look at things like NTT, which has done nothing for 13 years. It
goes sideways. Mr. Abe, two weeks ago, changed the situation in Japan by
giving people tax-free incentives to invest in the stock market. I’ve
seen this in many countries over the past few decades, and if you tell
people they can invest in something tax free, you know what? They do it!
People aren’t crazy. The combination of what he’s doing and this new tax
incentive means, in my view, Japan is a place where you might make some
Look at some of the blue chips in particular. They’ve done nothing.
Normally, when people start investing in these tax-free kinds of
accounts, they invest in blue chips, because that’s what they know." - in ETF.com
Jim Rogers is a bestselling author, financial commentator and successful international investor. Rogers was a co-founder of the Quantum Fund (considered to be the first truly international fund of its kind) and is the creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI).