Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Jim Rogers: Put Money in Real Assets

If you follow investor and commodity expert Jim Rogers, you know he has been recommending investors put their capital in real assets for a long time, and in light of the European sovereign debt crisis and China inflation challenge, Rogers again reiterated that in an interview on Bloomberg today.

The primary reason for this advice from Rogers is "because paper money everywhere is being debased.”

Governments and central banks around the world haven't stopped their printing of money, and continue to spend as if there are no consequences to their actions.

Smart investors know the more you print, the less value the currency holds, and inflation will be inevitable down the line. Only holding real assets will help investors maintain their wealth.

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