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Faber Thinks Gold Has Bottomed

Marc Faber of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report thinks geopolitical issues will become more important for US markets, and says he thinks gold has bottomed. 160 more words


Marc Faber says stocks are going up--a bullish sign

who is Marc Faber?

I first encountered Mr. Faber when I began studying the Hong Kong market in 1985.  He was an early practitioner in that market of what one might call the “infotainment” wing of the institutional brokerage business (something that has now morphed, in a much less sophisticated form, into the financial channels on cable TV and radio).   313 more words

Current Market Thoughts

A black swan, swimming in circles.

One of the most important things that I tried to look methodically every time I study an investment is the soul of the street. Specially, the point of view of those who are IN the markets by his will or by accident, but without more than a superficial knowledge of the markets. 503 more words


Stock Bubble Alert: Stocks Could Fall 20-30% by October

Source: Outsider Club, by Brittany Stepniak

Ron Paul & Marc Faber Warn Market Crash Is Coming this Fall

Two weeks ago Fed Chair Janet Yellen initiated an ominous warning about a widening stock market bubble (for certain sectors only, of course). 269 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Marc Faber, Gold, Silver & The Horrific Endgame For Markets

Source: KingWorldNews

We are in the melt-up phase for equities and a period where precious metals are being capped, if it remains possible, by the cartel because of their tremendous offside positions, particularly in gold in the very low $1,300s. 333 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Marc Faber

Marc Faber’s views are never radical, yet, his explanations are always original.

Middle Class:

What would happen without a middle class?  Government dependency.  Those displaced by a nonexistent middle class would become dependent on the government for various goods/services, leaving the rest with a great deal of responsibility. 162 more words

Marc Faber