Both Jim Rogers and Marc Faber to Short Long-Term Treasuries

Marc Faber says that investors should short long-term U.S. treasury bonds at the appropriate moment:

I think the big trade in 2009 will be to go short Treasurys massively — I really mean massively — because we may not have inflation for one, two, three years . . . .

Jim Rogers is saying the same thing. Rogers agrees that long-term treasuries are the last bubble, and is going to short them at the appropriate time.

Note: I am not an investment advisor and this should not be taken as investment advice.

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