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PODCAST: Is Trump Making China Great Again? A Conversation with Jim Rogers

October 3, 2018

October 3, 2018 Is Trump Making China Great Again? A Conversation with Jim Rogers

This week, we are joined by legendary investor and world traveler, Jim Rogers. He shares his latest insights on the U.S. economy and the ongoing economic war between the U.S. and China.
Later, enjoy listening to a 15-minute excerpt from Jerry Robinson's lecture "12 Lessons from the World's Greatest Stock Traders" from the 2018 Follow the Money Summit.

Show Notes

Segment 1: A Conversation with Jim Rogers
Segment begins at 08:14

In this segment, economist/trading coach Jerry Robinson is joined by American businessman, financial commentator, world-renowned investor, and author Jim Rogers. The topics of their discussion include the reasons behind America’s declining status on the global stage, as well as overlooked investment opportunities around the world.

  • The staggering illusion of American prosperity
  • There’s no such thing as winning a trade war
  • How President Trump is making China great again
  • Economic history is filled with powerful lessons
  • Where there’s crisis, there’s opportunity
  • Global opportunities on Jim’s radar
  • Two wisdom keys Jim is teaching his daughters

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Segment 2: 12 Lessons from the World's Greatest Stock Traders
Segment begins at 31:04

Let us whet your appetite for more with this snippet of one of Jerry Robinson’s highly beneficial lectures from the 2018 Follow the Money Summit. Listen and learn as he shares secrets from five of the most successful traders of yesteryear.

  • Jesse Livermore. A young math wiz who became a phenomenal trailblazer in the stock market.
  • Nicolas Darvas. A Hungarian dancer who became immensely wealthy as a part-time trader.
  • Bernard Baruch. A philanthropist who lost money for the first six years of his trading career – until he understood the major significance of following the trend.
  • Gerald Loeb. A wildly successful trader, despite suffering deep losses in the Depression.
  • William J. O’Neil. An adviser to seven U.S. Presidents, he made his vast fortune by discovering patterns when he created the first data base of all U.S. stocks.

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Segment 3: The Final Word
Segment begins at 48:04

Jerry closes out today’s show by drawing our attention to a grievous incongruity that exists in America today:

Most American Christians are strongly united in politics, and yet, most denominations will not work together within the church, or even with the (neighbor) church across the street.

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