In his latest interview with The Wall Street Journal, famed Quantum Fund co-founder and investor Jim Rogers tells it like it is, as usual. Among other choice snippets, Rogers remarks that the current debt talk negotiations are simply a scam and a charade, and are just trying to get publicity. What follows are a few more, and you can view the entire video clip below.
Rocky Vega is publisher of Agora Financial International, where he advances the growth of Agora Financial publishing enterprises outside of the US. Previously, he was publisher of The Daily Reckoning, and founding publisher of both UrbanTurf and RFID Update -- which he ran from Brazil, Chile, and Puerto Rico -- as well as associate publisher of FierceFinance. Rocky has an honors MS from the Stockholm School of Economics and an honors BA from Harvard University, where he served on the board of directors for Let?s Go Publications, Harvard Student Agencies, and The Harvard Advocate.
Greetings Mr. Vega,
It has come to my attention that “The District” DBA as USA, Inc. has been very clever in steering the conversation.
While they only talk about the “Budget” (FUTURE revenue and expenses), no one mentions the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CFAR) (ACTUAL revenue and expenses for previous year(s).
Every franchise of “The District” produces a CFAR. Look them up (federal, state, county, city, school district), you will be amazed by the accumulated “collective” wealth that the state has amassed with YOUR money. Please ask your elected officials to explain. LMAO!!! They’ll probably have you arrested!!!!
Blessings to us all.
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