Jim Rogers: The ‘Worst Bear Market Of Our Lifetime’ Is Fast Approaching

Legendary investor Jim Rogers has seen more market ups and downs than most people alive today. And he has successfully made money — a LOT of money — in the process.

But given today’s macroenvironment, he’s more concerned about the market’s future prospects than he’s ever been before. In fact, he confidently predicts we will experience a massive economic and financial correction that will result in the biggest bear market of our lifetime


Too much debt. Rising inflation. Currency debasement. Malinvestment. Central bank intervention. Geopolitical stress. The current macroeconomic environment has it all.

Rogers predicts collapse will begin in the weaker countries/companies first, and then cascade it way towards the US, eventually plunging the entire system into deep recession, if not a downright Depression.

Here in Part 1 of our interview with Jim, he explains how bad he thinks things will get and why. Using his international viewpoint, he also unpacks China’s future prospects given its current challenges (including Evergrande) and the potential for greater competition from an opening of commerce between South and North Korea.

And in Part 2, he shares the asset classes he thinks will fare best in preserving wealth during the tribulations to come.

Part 2 can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/_DYLy6RWjv4

Jim Rogers: Own Commodities, Get Rich

Global investor Jim Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund, a global-investment partnership. During the next 10 years, the portfolio gained 4200%, while the S&P rose less than 50%. Rogers then decided to retire – at age 37 – and has been sharing his wisdom with investors ever since, as well as having some pretty amazing life adventures.

In Part 1 of our interview with Jim, he explained why he thinks the worst bear market of our lifetime

is fast approaching.

Here in Part 2, Jim offers his advice to prudent investors looking to survive the coming bear market he predicts, and provides his outlook on a number of different commodities, including oil, uranium, farmland and precious metals.

China May Risk World War Over…Semiconductors? | George Calhoun On Taiwan, Evergrande & Xi Jinping

China is in the news headlines a lot these days, and for good reason.

It’s struggling to deal with a number of growing pressures — like the sudden collapse of Evergrande, which many are calling a ‘Lehman moment’ for the nation’s overleveraged financial system.

But there’s one unfolding factor that’s dangerously under-appreciated, so important to China’s future that it could lead to war.

China’s manufacturing economy AND its military are entirely dependent on foreign-sourced semiconductors.


the supply chain shortages created by COVID have made this vulnerability considerably more acute.

Could this compel China to forcibly annex its semiconductor powerhouse neighbor Taiwan?

We’re very fortunate to have secured tech & finance professor George Calhoun to break down this fascinating yet scary situation for us in this brand-new video interview