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Why Jim Rogers Says Gold Prices Will Be 'Explosive'
Tuesday, 1 August 2017 05:00 WIB | GOLD CORNER |Gold OutlookGold Corner

Another bullish call for gold comes with yet another call for a financial meltdown, this time from famed investor Jim Rogers.

The best-selling author expects the next financial crisis to be the œworst he has ever seen.

œWe™ve had economic problems in the U.S. or in North America every four to eight years since the beginning of the Republic so to say that we™re going to have a problem is not unusual, he told Kitco News from the Freedom Fest conference in Las Vegas.

œI would expect it to start this year or the next¦and it™s going to be the worst in your lifetime and my lifetime.

But, even as Rogers expects gold prices to be œexplosive once this crisis hits, he said he is still not accumulating the yellow metal.

œI™m not buying gold and have not bought gold. I own gold and have owned gold for years but I™m not buying or selling it at the moment.

œIf and when gold goes down a lot, or under $1,000, I hope I™m smart enough to buy more gold because in the end, gold is going to go up a lot because when people lose confidence in governments and paper money, they always put their money in gold and silver.

Rogers cautioned investors to be œvery careful as they look for ways of protecting themselves ahead of the next financial downturn.

œThere are a few ways to protect yourself but it™s going to be a mess, he said. œPeople should invest only in what they themselves know a lot about.

 

Source: kitconews

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