"I would urge you to sell any sterling you might have... It’s finished. I hate to say it, but I would not put any money in the U.K."
It's embarrassing being left to trust my own judgement.
I'd trust this guy more too:http://www.reuters.com/article/bondsNews/idUSLJ11925120090120Oh, and these guys:http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/economics/article5549629.eceActually. Maybe not those guys, but I'd love to have seen Gordon's face when he saw that article.
I wouldn't trust Brown and I am sure Mr Rogers is a very competent man, but why would you trust the public statements of a currency speculator? Both have vested interests, but it is hard to tell whose is more vested. For Brown it is an ego thing, but Mr Rogers may be interested in the decline of sterlibg to the tune of several billion.
[Jim rogers, George Soros's partner]Hmmm..... Would this be the George Soros who pretty much single handedly engineered Black Wednesday perchance? If so I would venture to suggest he has previous.
Nevewr trust anytone who wears bowties if they are not at a dinner.
Rogers may be right and we don't need him to tell us that £ is going south. We are bankrupt. If you don't believe me ask Crispin Odey.BTW Rogers is a loudmouth who tells us of his winners but never the losers.Gold.
Sorry to be a square, but shouldn't the title be 'Whose' economic analysis do you trust more?I love the blog though Dizzy, just thought I'd point it out so you can correct it. I know you have problems with spelling sometimes through no fault of your own.
This might be a stupid question, but I've got a few grand lying around in some high street ISA. Should I be worried or am I paranoid?
I'm with Alex... Rogers isn't making any philanthropic gestures towards his fellow Americans - he's talking up a massive short position on Sterling. I'd trust his words about as much as I'd trust Brown's.
No, even though Jim Rogers is an eminent pundit and successful investor, he has got it wrong. Gordon said it started in America. Jim should listen to the saviour of the world.
Alex: "but Mr Rogers may be interested in the decline of sterlibg to the tune of several billion."Of course, but like shorting stock, if you do it at the wrong time, the stock will break you.
Brian, THIS is how people like Rogers work."Gee, folks. I hear that United Widgets is going to suffer from a huge drop in share prices any time soon. Better sell!"So, as the great pundit predicted, indeed the price of United Widgets shares falls dramatically.Someone buys up all of these low priced shares."Gosh! These United Widgets shares are really low. Much lower than one could expect. They might rise any time soon!"And once again the propheting (sic) Pundit is right. The shares surge up.Someone sells all the shares that they bought low and makes a killing.
'Trust' eh?Put it another way. If you were in the military would you go on patrol with Brown?Thought not.Mind you, by all accounts you could easily trust him with your wife.
My trust and forecast is in pictures!
O/T Dizzy to you have an emial address or phone number for Guido? His site has gone all funny! Ta!
"Whose economic analysis do you trust more?"Brown's. The other guy is a predatory capitalist speculator. He'll do well out of all this.
uk is bust.Euro(pe) no doubt will protect yu.
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