And one more from Jim Rogers’ Reuters Insider interview last week with Axel Threlfall. In this installment, Rogers argues that stocks could well go even higher due to central bank stimulus, but he refuses to buy into it.
“Well I have plenty of ways that I’m participating,” Rogers says. “As we’ve discussed before, I own a lot of commodities. If things are going to be good, commodities are going to do extremely well and are doing extremely well because of the shortages that are existing. So I’m playing and I own some currencies. I’m there. There’s more than one way to skin a cat, Axel, and I’m skinning it in my own way.”