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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, lecturer and commentator, while maintaining his interest in investing.

His research indicated that the shortest commodity bull market lasted for 15 years while the longest was 23 years.

His own commodity fund index which he...
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