Interview

India yet to reform under Modi, China a better investment bet

Jim Rogers on why China remains a better investment bet despite the slowdown

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Published 5 years ago on Jun 27, 2016 5 minutes Read

From the late 1990s until the 2008 financial crisis, most commodities experienced double-digit price growth annually, a period known as the commodity “supercycle.” But today, commodities as an asset class are a far cry from those glory days. The fall in the price of crude oil triggered by OPEC’s increasing supplies and the metal meltdown caused by the Chinese slowdown have cast a shadow of doubt and pessimism on the space. In this interview, Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings and author of “Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets” outlines the course ahead for commodities.