Wealthion, Released on 11/24/22
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As we approach the end of one of the most tumultuous years for the markets in decades, investors minds are turning towards what to expect in 2023. Well, if you want to know where we’re likely headed, it’s often best to seek the counsel of a veteran expert who’s seen and studied it all. Which is why I’m thrilled to welcome Jim Rogers to the program today — he’s a legendary international investor, financial commentator and author of several books including the best-seller “Hot Commodities” On his previous appearances on this program, Jim warned us of an approaching bear market — well, we certainly got that in spades in this year. We’ll ask him if he expects it to continue in 2023, and whether he thinks a substantial recession is in the cards.
Jim Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in 1973, helping to steer the fund to a 4200% return before “retiring” at age 37. He is considered to be one of the greatest investors of all time. Rogers has made two record-setting journeys – once by motorcycle and once by car – and is in the Guinness Book of World Records for doing so. In between his frequent travels, he has served as a professor at Columbia University, started his own commodity index and is a frequent media commentator worldwide. Rogers has also authored six books. He currently lives in Singapore with his family. Jim has authored a half dozen books, including: Investment Biker: Around the World with Jim Rogers (NYTimes Bestseller), Adventure Capitalist, Hot Commodities (NYTimes Bestseller), A Bull in China, A Gift to My Children, and most recently, Street Smarts.
Adam Taggart is the Founder of Wealthion. He is also Co-Founder and former President of Peak Prosperity. Adam is an experienced Silicon Valley internet executive and Stanford MBA. Prior to partnering with Chris Martenson (Adam was General Manager of our earlier site, ChrisMartenson.com), he was a Vice President at Yahoo!, a company he served for nine years. Before that, he did the ‘startup thing’ (mySimon.com, sold to CNET in 2001). As a fresh-faced graduate from Brown University in the early 1990s, Adam got a first-hand look at all that was broken with Wall Street as an investment banking analyst for Merrill Lynch. Most importantly, he’s a devoted husband and dad.