Jim Rogers – Follow The Money $$$

When Jim Rogers shows up with that Southern drawl and Seersucker suit, you know some Investing science is about to be dropped on your dome.

Jim Rogers has been there and done that.  He co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973 which later became one of the most successful funds ever created returning over $32 Billion to its investors over the decades.

Retiring from Wall Street at age 37, he rode his motorcycle across China from 1990-1992 before ANYONE was talking about China and wrote the bestselling book “Investment Biker” describing his journey.  He is legit, I remember the Wall Street traders talking Jim up when I started my career at Bankers Trust in 1993.

Since then he’s circumnavigated the globe AGAIN and become very bullish on agriculture, commodities, China, Russian, and, wait for it, North Korea!  Jim likes to look at his investments on a very long time horizon.  As he tells me on the show, “no matter what you think is true today it’s not going to be the case in 15 years.”

Please join me in welcoming the one, the only, Mr. Jim Rogers.

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Jim Rogers, the mastermind behind George Soros success. Thanks for the interview!

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Charles Donahue

Probably my least favotite conversation to date. As a fitness professional, I was initially attracted to the site’s discussions with guests in related industries. To my surprise, beyond the professional insights, their messages resonated on a deep and highly emotional level. I soon began to experience this same deep connection with guests outside of my professional genre. My euphoria was no longer ignited simply by gaining new insights and awareness on the topics of discussion, but rather through a sense of shared humanity generated by the interviewer and guests. I did not have this same connection with Jim Rogers. Although… Read more »


I have no idea what was this about.

Michael Granger

This is such an incredible interview and a real gem for the archives. While there are quite a few take-aways from this exchange, what really impressed me was how prepared Brian Rose was for his exchange with Jim Rogers. Incredible work!