October 15, 2012 at 15:00 PM EDT
Jim Rogers: The U.S. Will Suffer Several Lost Decades
The period between 2000 and 2009 is often referred to as the “Lost Decade” for U.S. investing, as markets were barely able to scrape up any gains over the ten year stretch. But as we have moved on, and markets have recovered from the recession, the fear of a further and possibly deeper recession still persists. Some point to Bernanke and the Fed’s open-ended easing as our undoing, while other feel that our ever accumulating debts will eventually shock markets . Expert analysts and investors around the world have been quick to give their two cents, and perhaps none have been more vocal or negative than Jim Rogers [for more economic news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: 100 Insightful Futures Traders Worth Following on Twitter Jim Rogers, Peter Schiff Rip Bernanke and The Fed 5 Effective ETFs to Hedge a Frothy Stock Market What Are the Most Popular Commodity ETFs? Three Interesting Commodity ETFs Launching Soon
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