Jim Rogers – Master Class Part One

Published on
August 7th, 2015
Duration
57 minutes

Jim Rogers – Master Class Part One

Master Class ·
Featuring Jim Rogers

Published on: August 7th, 2015 • Duration: 57 minutes

In Part One of this momentous interview, investment legend Jim Rogers sits with Real Vision for a visionary Master Class, taking us back in time to the beginning of his career and walking us through a series of lessons learned as the world of investing slowly embraced the age of global connectivity. Weaving a series of anecdotes into a compelling picture of the evolution of Wall Street over the course of several decades, along the way Jim highlights long-term investing opportunities in the world today, and lays out his concerns over the domination of today’s markets by central banks.

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  • VS
    Varvara S.
    23 September 2019 @ 17:15
    Simply incredible... We need this type of interviews back on RV!
  • SU
    Shakeel U.
    16 October 2018 @ 22:11
    A timeless classic 👍🏻
  • MG
    Mohamed G.
    22 February 2018 @ 05:20
    F*****g Legend. Jim Rogers is so intelligent and humble it’s a real treat hearing him. Love this guy.
  • PD
    Phil D.
    11 January 2018 @ 16:53
    How can 31 people dislike this video? This should be on the National Curriculum!
  • SS
    Sean S.
    30 July 2017 @ 03:07
    Pure legend
  • SL
    Seth L.
    30 June 2017 @ 17:37
    Grant, I am willing to learn how to think several steps ahead from a willing teacher! Where do I sign up?
  • HJ
    Harry J.
    22 August 2016 @ 19:55
    Very worth while .!!! Give me more. Thanks
  • MN
    Mark N.
    11 July 2016 @ 22:25
    Can not get enough of this. Feel like I've found 'my people' with this website. Thanks so much! X
  • mc
    munkin c.
    24 May 2016 @ 06:47
    Grant, you did a phenomenal job picking his brain, I like the way you construct your interview. Job well done. Very conversational and very insightful.
  • BE
    Baha E.
    19 February 2016 @ 17:18
    "You can't google judgement." That's my take from this video.
  • SJ
    Suzanne J.
    1 September 2015 @ 10:11
    A man and mind before his time. The world had to catch up! I am very fortunate to have Jim Rogers on my screen telling his story. What a privilege. Thank you.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    27 August 2015 @ 23:16
    I have made a lot of money from one tip in Investment Biker---"after traveling through countless countries all over the World, I suggest you buy a Beer company"
  • RA
    Robert A.
    27 August 2015 @ 23:13
    For George.....you didn't even like the investing in the Austrian stock market, before there was on?
  • SB
    Stewart B.
    24 August 2015 @ 20:16
    A charming interview with a legend. Some very down to earth insights into people and thinking.
  • jf
    john f.
    22 August 2015 @ 21:12
    who says there's no takeaways? you can only live life forward .. Rodgers shows us how to cherish each moment and "have a wonderful time" doing it.
  • JB
    Jeff B.
    16 August 2015 @ 15:12
    Good background stuff! Looking forward to Part 2!
  • pl
    philip l.
    12 August 2015 @ 22:59
    What could be a better example of learning how Jim thinks than be having him go through his current analysis of Zimbabwe. Ask him what companies and why, what data did he analyse to get to his conclus
  • RJ
    Russ J.
    11 August 2015 @ 12:34
    Zzzzzz... No takeaways, sorry for the honesty.
  • FA
    Frazer A.
    10 August 2015 @ 15:08
    Having watched a number of interviews of Rogers/Soros, they never mention each other by name. What's with the elephant in the room? Would love to know more about their research process... Grant?
  • GV
    George V.
    10 August 2015 @ 01:22
    Mutual admiration society. Nothing worthwhile whatsover.
  • EL
    Elizabeth L.
    9 August 2015 @ 14:57
    Jim Rogers is someone with conceptual capacities far greater than most humans. He is seeing and thinking from a far higher altitude. So instructive to hear him share his views. Great job Grant!!
  • AA
    Ali A.
    9 August 2015 @ 11:03
    Other than nostalgic stories of his younger years - very little to take away in terms of idea generation, process, etc
  • DF
    Dominic F.
    9 August 2015 @ 02:25
    It is so nice to see a conversational interview between two people mutual respect. Have only seen Jim on those awful shows where some chicky babe is asking stupid questions. Bring on Part II
  • AC
    Andrew C.
    9 August 2015 @ 01:23
    Similar to some others here Jim's books were among the first I read(should get Jack Schwager on here). Inspirational stuff!
  • LK
    Lisa K.
    8 August 2015 @ 19:52
    Would love to hear more of Jim's thought process for investing. But his idea of trying to figure out the future knowing only what you knew back then is a good test for yourself.
  • MR
    MIGUEL R.
    8 August 2015 @ 12:53
    what a an absolute legend! I would have liked to hear more detail about his process and a detailed view into his approach.
  • JK
    Jon K.
    8 August 2015 @ 09:49
    Interview was fun.. but it is most summarized by "it was different back then". Hope part 2 is more informative about macro processes.
  • DS
    David S.
    8 August 2015 @ 06:59
    Enjoyable interview. Success based on perseverance, intelligence snd curiosity. May not be transferable, but motivational. Looking forward to next intrtview.
  • AE
    Aleksey E.
    8 August 2015 @ 00:30
    Riveting. Would you say Chess helps build that strategic, forward thinking? Any other examples?
  • pm
    preston m.
    7 August 2015 @ 19:51
    One of the best interviews so far....can't what for the second part!
  • DK
    Damian K.
    7 August 2015 @ 18:38
    Awesome
  • LM
    Leland M.
    7 August 2015 @ 17:19
    "Thinking around corners" is so appropriate a description of what Jim Rogers does best. We got to see a lot of him on the old FNN. Another guy who laments the loss of the teachings of history.
  • sp
    simon p.
    7 August 2015 @ 16:35
    Brilliant. A legend for me too for so many years. Grant, I need the name of the bar he was talking about please!
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    7 August 2015 @ 16:30
    Before I even watch this video. Hell Yeah!!!!
  • KT
    Kevin T.
    7 August 2015 @ 16:22
    Fascinating.
  • MM
    Milly M.
    7 August 2015 @ 15:37
    Epic! Just sat with my jaw dropped for the whole duration of the video.
  • RP
    Raoul P. | Founder
    7 August 2015 @ 15:27
    Agree Brian. I learned how to think from Jim Rogers. One of the worlds best pure macro thinkers. Investment Biker literally changed my life, as did his early Barron's stuff.
  • BB
    Brian B.
    7 August 2015 @ 15:06
    Working offshore as a fisherman and reading Jim's books during my college summers spawned that "ah ha" moment that everything's connected. It changed my life. Jim's lessons reach far beyond finance.