(CNN) -- The self-styled "adventure capitalist" and self-made millionaire, Jim Rogers, imparts his investing wisdom on Talk Asia this week.
In this online exclusive, the veteran investor and former investment partner of George Soros, tells CNN's Andrew Stevens about his views on the U.S. economy and what successful investors need to learn at university to make it in business.
Looking ahead to the show Rogers looks into his crystal ball as he explains his move to Asia, his China investment strategy and the current turmoil in the financial markets and the U.S. economy.
He also take the time to give a harsh assessment of U.S. Federal Reserve policies and makes a withering criticism of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan.
For the average investor, Rogers offers ideas. He spells out where he's putting his money in these turbulent financial times. Finally, he discusses the economic growth in China, and the challenges coming with that development.
And his advice for students? Study philosophy. Words of wisdom delivered in a "down home" style with global resonance.