If you’ve got young people who don’t know what to do, I’d urge them not to get MBAs, but to get agriculture degrees,” investment guru Jim Rogers once told CNBC.com. The Singapore-based co-founder of the Quantum Fund has long been a proponent of commodities, even when the previous supercycle ended in 2014. Stockbrokers, he prophesied, will soon find themselves driving taxis while farmers swagger about in Lamborghinis.

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