Jim Rogers is shorting US treasuries

Filed under: Oil Prices, US Stocks, Video — peterjcooper @ 9:41 am


Legendary investor Jim Rogers is shorting the US treasury market. As he explains in this interview a hyper inflationary global economic environment is being created by government fixes. This will turn the current US dollar rally into a rout.

More immediately the big rally in US stocks yesterday happened when the bond market was closed for Columbus Day. Now we should have

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an enormously concentrated sell-off in bonds as a follow through from yesterday’s equity rally – that should be the end of the bubble in bonds.