Jim Rogers beat double-digit inflation in the ‘70s by 4,200%, here’s what he recommends now

The markets, in particular equities, are still due for one more push upward before the bull rally ends for good, according to investor, and best-selling author Jim Rogers.

Rogers told Michelle Makori, Editor-In-Chief of Kitco News that markets are currently pricing in an eventual de-escalation of the conflict in Ukraine.

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0:00 – Russia, Ukraine
9:02 – Inflation and the Fed
11:05 – Inflation hedging
13:00 – Gold and silver
15:10 – U.S. dollar
18:20 – Bitcoin, CBDC
20:50 – Rise of China
25:00 – Taiwan re-unification with China
27:20 – “Hated assets”
28:40 – Russian economy
30:40 – Beating the markets, inflation

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