"I don't see any reason to rush out and sell stocks now, because of these artificial currents which are taking place," he said. "I'm not buying U.S. shares at the moment, but I'm not shorting either, because I am concerned this may turn into a huge bubble. So I'm sitting and watching."
So what would persuade Rogers to sell?
"If the market doubles in the next six or eight months, which it's done in the past, then I'd have to start thinking about selling short," Rogers said. But until then, "because of the uncertainty—at least in my mind—I'm not doing anything."
- Source, CNBC: