Jim Rogers was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on July 25th 2011. He spoke about the supposed ‘Debt Ceiling Crisis’, the US dollar and US government bonds. See below for the video & summary.

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Dennis Gartman (editor of The Gartman Letter), Jim Rogers & some professor woman (Scheherazade Rehman) were on Russia Today‘s CrossTalk program the other day. The debate was on the Eurozone crisis: see below for the video and summary.

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We usually reserve this kind of piece for our newsletter service, but as we’ve been waiting for two to three years for this particular intellectual insight to be confirmed by the market, I thought I’d mention it here. In this article, I take a look at the insurance sector and its recent deterioration relative to the broader stock market.

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Jim Grant was on Bloomberg TV on 18th July. He spoke about US Treasuries, European Sovereign debt and the gold standard. See below for the video and summary.

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Marc Faber was interviewed on the Financial Sense Newshour on 15th July 2011. It’s a long one, but it’s definitely worth a listen. As usual, we’ve included a summary below for our readers who don’t have the time to sit through the entire video.

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Jim Rogers was interview by Reuters on 13/7/11. He spoke about his positions, commodities, the Euro and central banking. See below for the video & summary.

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