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Posts Tagged ‘ Nikkei ’

Apr 09
Saturday

Jim Rogers Long Japan Nikkei

Filed under Stocks

In the latest interview (late March 2011), Jim Rogers latest trades are:

1. Long Japan Index - Nikkei

2. Long Japan Agriculture Company (let us know if you know of any Japanese Agriculture Companies)

3. Long Yen - he believes at some point the Japanese will have to repatriate funds back for reconstruction - this will push the Yen higher.

4. Looking to Short US Treasury Bonds - he is still holding back on this.

5. Uranium - Jim Rogers is bullish uranium but “has not jumped in yet”. These things usually bottom in a few years but he remains bullish on the future of uranium.

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This chart was updated two nights ago at the peak of Dow - but we did not have the opportunity to post it. Not surprising that markets are pulling back. Here it is: [caption id="attachment_1998" align="alignnone" width="621" caption="www.theinflationist.com"][/caption] continue


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