Emerging market gurus such as Jerome Booth and Mark Mobius keep the faith, but most investors aren’t following them. So which is right?
The Russian bank signs Jim Rogers to provide insights into global commodity markets and investment trends. He started this month and will continue to be based in Singapore.
When there's a collapse, governments print money, leading to inflation and, in turn, investment in real assets. What's more, there's been underinvestment in agriculture and mining in Asia for decades.
The index tracks changes in the price of a basket of agricultural commodities most commonly consumed in China.
Predicting that the rally in bonds will end badly, co-founder of the Quantum Fund Jim Rogers suggests bond portfolio managers look for another job.
The famous commodity investor promotes a new Barclays fund tracking his index and talks about currencies, convertibility and China.