Rogers was commenting on the US dollar strengthening in recent days. The US currency reached its highest multi-month levels against other major currencies on Monday morning. The surge came on speculation that fiscal-stimulus under President-elect Donald Trump will bolster America's economic growth and at the same time prompt the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates.
"There's a lot of turmoil coming into the world. And when people are scared, they look for a safe haven. Many people think that the US dollar is a safe haven for historic reasons. It's not a safe haven. America is the largest debtor nation in the history of the world and it's getting worse every day. But that does not matter. People think that it's a safe haven and that's why it's going higher because people are getting more and more worried," he explained.
Rogers further mentioned Donald Trump, who has not elaborated on what his economic policies will be yet.
The investment guru stated that the idea of building a wall on America's southern border was counterproductive, adding that infrastructure development will be good for economy. He pointed out that some of Trump's possible policy decisions could be hard to implement due to the national debt of the United States.
Rogers also maintained that oil prices will go up in the years to come since they appear to be close to reaching their lowest.
Rogers further said that he was investing in Russia.
"I am making investments in Russia as we speak while I'm on the phone with you," he said laughing.