Jim Rogers changes his mind on India again, says he missed the bus
Investment guru Jim Rogers says he may have been too hasty in exiting India in 2015
Singapore: One of the world’s best known investment gurus, Jim Rogers of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, admitted in an interview that he may have been too hasty in exiting India in 2015, but says he won’t enter it now when the markets are at record highs. He says he was surprised that the government managed to get the legislation for the goods and services tax (GST) through. “It is a historic move as this has been a very contentious issue among Indian politicians for several years," he added.