Uber-Investor Jim Rogers and Me

I meant to mention this sooner, but not long ago, courtesy of the fine folks at Yahoo’s new Tech Ticker program, I had a once-in-a-lifetime chance to do an epochal interview with super-investor Jim Rogers. Why epochal? Because we conducted it in his gorgeous house on the Upper West Side of New York, with ready-for-movers boxed household goods all around, everything in the house labeled in Chinese, mere days before Jim Rogers relocated from the U.S. to Singapore.

It was a fascinating and elegiac moment. And here is a clip:

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  1. Drake says:

    Paul, did Rogers say what he was paying for a new place in Singapore, and how that reflects on their real estate market?

  2. Holy crap. Bought it for $107,000 in 1976 and sold it for $15.75-million. That’s a nice return :-)

  3. Dave says:

    Hope Jim doesn’t like chewing gum. Its a crime in Singapore.

  4. bill payne says:

    Jim Rogers interview by Paul Kedrosky, Yahoo Finance, week of February 1, 2008.
    Investor Jim Rogers on knowledge of the start of the Iraq/Iran war.
    “Somebody knew that Iraq and Iran were going to war.”
    Brzezinski knew when the Iraq/Iran war would start.
    Likely others in the Carter administration knew this too.

  5. David says:

    Wow, that must have really been an interesting experience. Is there anymore of this interview online (in text or video), Paul?