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Originally posted by EvilAxis
Originally posted by GreenBicMan
reply to post by TheCoffinman
He never said that in the first place it was denied about a week ago actually. I posted it on this thread or another one specifically about that.. I saw it in Reuters I believe.. I linked it anyway if you do happen to find it
Here's the retraction:
A statement from Vince Stanzione:
The quotes attributed to Jim Rogers yesterday – including the one that the pound could collapse within weeks – were issued by me prematurely, without the approval of Mr Rogers, who was travelling at the time and did not have knowledge of the press release before it went out. While Mr Rogers does note that the pound has had a downward adjustment, and that a severe double dip in the global economy is a strong likelihood, the idea that it might happen within weeks came from me, not Jim Rogers. It was based on my belief that the pound is vulnerable in the run-up to the UK general election…
I apologise to Jim Rogers, the media, our press agency and to anyone else who may have been affected by the statement. I believed I was reflecting Mr Rogers’ sentiments but I accept that I should have sought his final approval before issuing the release. I take full responsibility.
Originally posted by Subjective Truth
reply to post by GreenBicMan
I have been reading your posts for awhile and you always seem very upbeat when it comes to the markets. Do you think it can last like this with it being basically propped up by stimulus money? And how do companies that are failing have there stocks go up? A perfect example is caterpillar inc. And I just wanted to add you are always right for the most part this is why I ask you.