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Global Copper Production Under Stress

November 9th, 2012

Rick Mills: Capital inputs account for about half the total costs in mining production – the average for the economy as a whole is 21 per cent. Obviously many of the costs, once incurred, cannot be recovered by sale or transfer of the fixed assets. Read more…

Commodities, Precious Metals

Marc Faber, Ron Paul, Jim Rogers, Glenn Beck and More Are Freaking Out Over 4 More Years Of Obama

November 8th, 2012

Michael Snyder: Has there ever been such a negative reaction to the results of a presidential election in modern American history?  Yes, those that supported Barack Obama Read more…

Economy, Government

Invest Like George Soros With This Commodity Stock

October 17th, 2012

Jared Cummans: George Soros is one of the biggest names in commodities, as he is largely known for his success running the Quantum Fund with Jim Rogers. In recent years, Soros has been something of a gold bug, making huge allocations to the SPDR Gold Trust (NYSEARCA:GLD). Read more…

Agriculture, Commodities, ETF

Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS

January 28th, 2011

Jim Rogers, Quantum Fund co-founder and investment biker, appeared on The Kudlow Report earlier this week to talk about the eventuality of $150 oil and other forms of skyrocketing inflation (video clip below). Though he doesn’t expect oil to necessarily hit that dollar figure in the immediate-to-near term, he sees it as inevitable because known reserves of oil are declining.

Rogers highlighted increasing inflation across a wide spectrum of commodities around the world — in Asia, Europe, the Americas — and, the only place where it’s nowhere in sight is at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (the BLS). According to Rogers, “inflation is here, but the Americans lie about it and the British lie about it.”

As he describes, money is being pumped into the economy and must end up somewhere. In inflationary circumstances like the present, investors do not choose to hold as much paper money, so that money is instead going into stocks and commodities. This is a time, he suggests, to own real assets.

When are we ever going to solve our deficit or debt problem? According to Rogers, “only when we have a crisis or semi-crisis… when they’re forced to. Those guys in Washington do not get it.”

Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS originally appeared in the Daily Reckoning. The Daily Reckoning, offers a uniquely refreshing, perspective on the global economy, investing, gold, stocks and today’s markets. Its been called “the most entertaining read of the day.”

Read more here:
Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS




The Daily Reckoning is a contrarian e-letter, brought to you by New York Times best-selling authors Bill Bonner and Addison Wiggin since 1999. The DR looks at the economic world-at-large and offers its major players – investors, politicians, economists and the average consumer – some much-needed constructive criticism.

Commodities, Uncategorized

Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS

January 28th, 2011

Jim Rogers, Quantum Fund co-founder and investment biker, appeared on The Kudlow Report earlier this week to talk about the eventuality of $150 oil and other forms of skyrocketing inflation (video clip below). Though he doesn’t expect oil to necessarily hit that dollar figure in the immediate-to-near term, he sees it as inevitable because known reserves of oil are declining.

Rogers highlighted increasing inflation across a wide spectrum of commodities around the world — in Asia, Europe, the Americas — and, the only place where it’s nowhere in sight is at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (the BLS). According to Rogers, “inflation is here, but the Americans lie about it and the British lie about it.”

As he describes, money is being pumped into the economy and must end up somewhere. In inflationary circumstances like the present, investors do not choose to hold as much paper money, so that money is instead going into stocks and commodities. This is a time, he suggests, to own real assets.

When are we ever going to solve our deficit or debt problem? According to Rogers, “only when we have a crisis or semi-crisis… when they’re forced to. Those guys in Washington do not get it.”

Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS originally appeared in the Daily Reckoning. The Daily Reckoning, offers a uniquely refreshing, perspective on the global economy, investing, gold, stocks and today’s markets. Its been called “the most entertaining read of the day.”

Read more here:
Rogers: Inflation is Everywhere, Except the BLS




The Daily Reckoning is a contrarian e-letter, brought to you by New York Times best-selling authors Bill Bonner and Addison Wiggin since 1999. The DR looks at the economic world-at-large and offers its major players – investors, politicians, economists and the average consumer – some much-needed constructive criticism.

Commodities, Uncategorized

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