The stock is dead, long live commodities, says Rogers

Investment guru Jim Rogers says the rise of China and the change in the status of the US dollar as a reserve currency is having a profound impact on global demand.

Investment guru Jim Rogers believes that the bull market for stock and bond markets is over and says investors should get into commodities. There is a long-term bull market in commodities which will extend to 2014-2022, he told the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference in a keynote speech yesterday.

Rogers started the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973 and went on to make a fortune by the age of 37 before giving it up to become a best-selling author,...

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