Quantum leap



Jim Rogers has gained renown for several reasons. Among them is his co-founding of the Quantum fund with George Soros in 1970 - which returned 3,365% over the next 10 years - and developing the Rogers International Commodities Index. More recently he has attracted attention for his bullish stance on the future of commodity prices and the growth of the mainland China market.

Rogers' views are well publicised. He has been a relentless commodities bull in the past few years, and largely remains one

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