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Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
07-07-2013, 12:14 AM,
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Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
If you read Jim Rogers original book "Investment Biker" you will know that he has a knack for finding emerging countries ready to boom and investing before the rest of the world figures out what is going on.

Today Rogers is keen on Malaysia. Rogers likes this country because the country is rich in natural resources and also has a government that is trying to create a system that rewards the entrepreneurial and capitalist spirit.

Read Jim Rogers view on Malaysia here

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07-07-2013, 01:03 PM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
The main reason he has turned optimistic is because of the new government. But if there's no continuity in the next government's policy, all will be lost.

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07-07-2013, 04:14 PM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
What his view on gold now

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07-07-2013, 10:50 PM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
Today Rogers is keen on Malaysia. Rogers likes this country because the country is rich in natural resources and also has a government that is trying to create a system that rewards the entrepreneurial and capitalist spirit.

is what I've been saying all along in this forum while at the same time value investors here have been booing it so now an investment guru like like Jim Rogers say something like that, all the value investors will suddenly start to look at msia stocks now. Tongue

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07-07-2013, 11:13 PM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
Malaysian stocks are like S-chips Big Grin shady accounting. You can only trust the non-malay companies mostly. Noticed how the capable chinese businessmen have been politically edged out of the country and now run their business from SG or other asian countries.

THe key to suceessful stocks buying in M'sia is insider info which is not very well controlled nor policed.

Dun trust this ang mo wanna so another SOros on malaysia...
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08-07-2013, 07:45 AM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
(07-07-2013, 04:14 PM)pianist Wrote: What his view on gold now

i remember reading him not long ago, he said he will buy more gold if it is about $1000. i think he is one of the Gurus who believe "QE' will never go away since Central Govs. started it. i will be tempted to buy too.
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08-07-2013, 10:39 AM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
(08-07-2013, 07:45 AM)Temperament Wrote:
(07-07-2013, 04:14 PM)pianist Wrote: What his view on gold now

i remember reading him not long ago, he said he will buy more gold if it is about $1000. i think he is one of the Gurus who believe "QE' will never go away since Central Govs. started it. i will be tempted to buy too.

I don't share the same views on gold with Mr Jim Rogers I fear he will end up with terrible losses on his gold holdings, if Ben Bernanke never steps down as Fed Chairman QE will never go away but the news is Ben is stepping down in January and a new Fed Chairman coming in signals to me a change in Fed Policy regime. I'm no longer interested in gold at any price.

Greenspan was a hawk on interest rates when he stepped down. Bernanke came in was a dove. Bernanke cannot be good cop then later become bad cop again so in a way to retain his legacy for resuscitating the American economy he has to step down. The new Chairman coming I believe is going to be a hawk again he has the job of being the new bad cop to clean up the excess in the world.

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11-07-2013, 04:06 PM,
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RE: Jim Rogers view on Malaysia & Gold
Hmm...so far consistent with Mr. Jim Rogers view...Big Grin

Malaysian stocks go from worst to first after elections

SINGAPORE — At a time when slowing economic growth and political protests in countries from Brazil to Turkey are spurring capital flight from emerging markets, Malaysia has turned into a refuge for equity investors.

The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index was the biggest loser in Asia only four months ago as the closest elections in 55 years threatened the ruling coalition’s plans to spend US$444 billion (S$567 billion) on infrastructure.

Now the US$478 billion stock market is the region’s best performer, following Prime Minister Najib Razak’s May 5 poll victory which sparked a 4.2 per cent rally in the KLCI index from its closing level of 1,694.77 before the elections.

In comparison, the Singapore Straits Times Index decreased 5.7 per cent during the same period, while the Shanghai Composite Index dropped 10 per cent and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 8.8 per cent.

http://www.todayonline.com/business/mala...-elections
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