Jim Rogers beat the stock market 100 times and made 4200% return together with George Soros. He shows you how to identify stocks that are about to increase rapidly in value, avoid major risks, and increase your profits in turbulent times.
In 1973 Jim Rogers co-founded Quantum Fund together with George Soros. Assets under their management gained +4200% in the first 10 years, beating the stock market about 100 times. Jim Rogers predicts hard times for 2017 and will speak how to increase your profits in turbulent times. At his second session, Jim Rogers shares his secrets about global trends that help you make more money in 2018.
Jim Rogers was a Wall Street legend long before he wrote his first best seller, Investment Biker. In the 1970’s, he made what he describes as “more money than I knew existed in the world”, managing the Quantum Fund, earning profiles in such books as The New Money Masters, Market Wizards and Money Masters of Our Time. Since retiring at age 37, he has invested his own funds, been a finance professor at Columbia University, hosted television programs on WCBS, FNN and CNBC, and written columns for Worth and Men’s Journal.
Jim Rogers is one of the best known and most published investors in the world. He is the author of numerous books including “Investment Biker”, “Street Smarts”, “Adventure Capitalist”, “Hot Commodities”, “A Bull in China” and “A Gift to My Children. A Father’s Lessons for Life and Investing”.
Jim Rogers has achieved 3 Guinness World Records. From 1990-1992 Jim Rogers traveled around the world, on motorcycle, over 100,000 miles (160,000 km) across six continents, which was picked up in the Guinness Book of World Records, for which TIME called him the “Indiana Jones of finance”. Between January 1, 1999, and January 5, 2002, Rogers did his third Guinness World Record journey through 116 countries, covering 245,000 kilometers with his wife, Paige Parker, in a custom-made Mercedes.
Jim Rogers forecasts are featured in Barron’s, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, TIME, The Washington Post and many other domestic and international publications.