Rogers went on a familiar rampage against US monetary policy yesterday for 750 fund managers in Japan.
I think it's really hilarious how he tears into Bernanke - it never gets old for me. Also interesting to note that although the dollar has tanked quite a bit, he added "you ain't seen nothing yet."
He also mentioned that over the next two decades, the prices for all commodities would go "through the roof." Good to see that he still sees them as cheap based on historical standards, even given this awesome run up we're experiencing.
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