Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Jim Rogers: The Next Recession (2013,2014) Will Be Much Worse

Jim rogers is interviewed on Business Insider by Henry Blodget on May 2, 2012.

He explains that because of the increase in debt, the next economic downturn will be much worse. We had a recession in 2002, then 2008 and the next one cannot be far away and should probably  occur in 2013 or 2014.

There is a lot of good news currently because we are in an election year and the government and the federal reserve are spending a lot of money, and the government statistics are massaged to make the economy look better than it really is. But in reality, the situation is getting worse, because the debt is getting much much worse.

Most people agree that the US is in relative decline against the rest of the world, but Jim Rogers also thinks the US in absolute decline as it is the larger debtor nation in history, and the country is over extended militarily over the world.

He concludes on a positive note by saying he's very bullish on agriculture in the US, and farm land is nowhere near a bubble yet.

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