Jim Rogers Biography, Age, Family, Daughters, Investments, Interview

Jim Rogers born as James Beeland Rogers Jr. is an American businessman and financial commentator based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc.

Jim Rogers Biography

Jim Rogers

Jim Rogers born as James Beeland Rogers Jr. is an American businessman and financial commentator based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc.

He was the prime supporter of the Quantum Fund and Soros Fund Management. He was additionally the maker of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI).

Jim Rogers Age

Rogers was born on 19 October 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. He is 76 years old as of 2018

Jim Rogers Education

He studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in History from Yale University in 1964. He acquired a second BA degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Oxford in 1966, as a member of Balliol College. He then received the honorary Ph.D. from the Pusan National University in April 2019, with a recognition of his books and the bright future are presented.

Jim Rogers Family

He is the son of James Beeland Rogers. His mother’s identity is not known, he has one sibling Broughton Rogers

Jim Rogers Daughter

He has two daughters; Beeland Anderson and Hilton Augusta.

Jim Rogers Wife (s)

He has been married three times. He first married Lois Biener in 1966, the couple divorced in 1969. He then married Jennifer Skolnick in 1974, they divorced in 1977. He then married his third wife is Paige Parker. The couple married in 2000 and together have two daughters.

Jim Rogers Quantum Fund

In 1973, Soros and Rogers both left and established the Quantum Fund. From 1970 to 1980, the portfolio increased by 4200% while the S&P progressed by about 47%. The Quantum Fund was one of the primary really worldwide assets. In 1980, Rogers chose to “resign” and invested a portion of his energy going on a cruise around the globe. From that point forward, he has been a visitor teacher of money at the Columbia Business School.

Jim Rogers Investor

In 1964, Rogers joined Dominick and Dominick LLC on Wall Street, where he originally found out about stocks and bonds. From 1966 to 1968, Rogers filled in as a draftee in the US Army for military administration amid the Vietnam War.

In 1989 and 1990, Rogers was the arbitrator of WCBS’ The Dreyfus Roundtable and FNN’s The Profit Motive with Jim Rogers. From 1990 to 1992, he went through China once more, just as around the globe, on a cruiser, more than 100,000 miles (160,000 km) crosswise over six landmasses, which was gotten in the Guinness Book of World Records. He recounts his experiences and overall interests in Investment Biker, a smash hit book.

Jim Rogers Photo

In 1998, Rogers established the Rogers International Commodity Index. In 2007, the file and its three sub-lists were connected to trade exchanged notes under the standard ELEMENTS. The notes track the absolute return of the records as an available method to put resources into the list. Rogers is a frank backer of farming speculations.

Between January 1, 1999, and January 5, 2002, Rogers did another Guinness World Record venture through 116 nations, covering 245,000 kilometers with his better half, Paige Parker, in a handcrafted Mercedes. The trek started in Iceland, which was going to praise the 1000th commemoration of Leif Eriksson’s first outing to America. On January 5, 2002, they were back in New York City and their home on Riverside Drive. He composed Adventure Capitalist chasing after this the world experience. It is at present one of his top of the line books.

Jim Rogers Net Worth

Rogers has made a great income. He has an estimated net worth of $300 million.

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Jim Rogers Quotes

“Those who can not adjust to change will be swept aside by it. Those who recognize change and react accordingly will benefit.”
“Never act upon wishful thinking. Act without checking the facts, and chances are that you will be swept away along with the mob.”
“Not one country in existence today has had the same borders and government for as long as two hundred years. The world will continue changing.”
“If anybody laughs at your idea, view it as a sign of potential success!”
“Nearly every time I strayed from the herd, I’ve made a lot of money. Wandering away from the action is the way to find the new action.”
“The Roman censor Appius Claudius the Blind said, “Every man is the architect of his own fortune.”
“There is nothing better than having to struggle and make your own way.”

Jim Rogers Interview

My Interview with Financial Guru Jim Rogers in Singapore

“The most important lesson in life is… ” — Jim Rogers

Yesterday, about 50 of us on the FreedomFest Asian cruise heard famed financial guru Jim Rogers (“The Adventure Capitalist”) speak on his living in Singapore and your latest investment advice. Jim is an old friend who, as the former partner of George Soros, made millions of dollars in a joint hedge fund. Rogers traveled the world in the early 2000s as told in his book “Investment Biker.” My favorite book is “Street Smarts,” which can be ordered from Amazon.

Rogers and I have two things in common — we both have taught at Columbia Business School and we share the same birthday, Oct. 19. Thus, we are known as “crash babies.”

Now he lives with his wife and two young children in Singapore, where they are learning Mandarin Chinese. Jim believes that just as the future belonged to the British in the 19th century and the Americans in the 20th century, so the Chinese will own the 21st century. But he still feels that the dollar is king and English is the language of international commerce. Yet he warns that the United States is in danger of being a Third World country in terms of infrastructure of education. The Asians are more advanced now than the United States (except in places like Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines).

Jim is a generally a bear on the stock market and bullish on commodities, but he’s not invested in gold right now. He hopes to see it under $1,000 an ounce. But he did warn of another crisis coming in the “next two or three years.” The dollar will be the safe haven at that time, but in the long term, he’s bearish on the dollar. China will have its share of crises, he said, just like America in the 19th century suffering from civil war and numerous panics. He’s keen on education.

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