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Marc Faber Predicts a 50% Correction in Stocks - Rings Alarm Bells

Marc Faber is just one more expert who is ringing the alarm bells in stocks. Sadly, the mainstream media continue to dismiss the experts who are trying to warn the masses, stating that we are conspiracy theorist and nothing more. Even though we have been proven right in our predictions time and time again, causing the trash can to nearly overflow with tin foil hats.

Thanks to Overvalued US Dollar, Gold Prices Have No Upper Limit

Thanks to an overvalued US dollar, gold prices may have nowhere to go but up. The biggest gold producers in the world have seen their share prices double this year. Not only are gold prices soaring, but producers are cutting costs and slimming down debt as they pave the way for gold to return to the top of the favored commodities list. This safe haven is back & the recovery is clear.

8 Financial Experts Are Warning Of An Imminent Great Financial Crisis

An increasing number of respected financial experts are now warning that we are right on the verge of another great economic crisis. Of course that doesn’t mean that it will happen. Experts have been wrong before. But without a doubt, red flags are popping up all over the place and things are lining up in textbook fashion for a new financial crisis.

$76 Trillion Global Bond Bubble About To Explode - Even Experts Are Scared

The global bond bubble has ballooned to over $76 trillion & interest rates have never been lower in modern history. There is literally nowhere for the bond market to go except for the other direction, and when this bull market turns into a bear it will create chaos and financial devastation all over the planet.

What's Next For Oil And Gold: Thoughts From Eric Sprott, Rick Rule & Marc Faber

Weak economies around the world offer weak demand for commodities and for capital. The effect is to keep interest rates extremely low and to push commodity prices down. We can therefore view the oil price as a symptom of poor global economic growth, which is a long-term problem & not just as a consequence of a slight oversupply.

The Only Way To Short Central Banks Is To Be Long Gold - Marc Faber

“My belief is that the big surprise this year is that investor confidence in central banks collapses. And when that happens — I can’t short central banks, although I’d really like to, and the only way to short them is to go long gold, silver and platinum. That’s the only way.” – Marc Faber.

Marc Faber on Gold, Oil, Currency, Stocks & Economy

What is overvalued and undervalued is a subjective judgment, and I tend to agree that gold shares are down 80% & they are cheap, compared to the physical price of gold & to Facebook or Google & these Netflix type of stocks. There is value in gold mining shares, and I think they could easily rebound from this level by 30 to 40%.

Can Money Printing Cause Deflation?

Over the last 45 years I have observed that, in countries with high monetary inflation, real wages and incomes have tended to decline. Incidentally, this has also been the case since the turn of the millennium in the US, a period in which there has been a colossal expansion of money and credit.

Faber Favors Commodity Stocks In India, Asia and Gold

Respected economic historian – Dr Marc Faber is a long time proponent of owning physical gold. Faber likes the stock market in India and thinks it could see gains of 15% next year. The new government is free market and enterprise friendly and Faber believes the central bank in India is the “world’s best central bank.”

Why the Dollar’s Reserve Currency Status is America’s “Achilles Heel”

Without the belief of the U.S. dollar as an acceptable world reserve currency, the U.S. is a bankrupt nation. The reserve currency is that country’s Achilles heel, and the stock and bond markets are not prepared for the consequences of the U.S. dollar, that’s backed by nothing other than faith, no longer being a reserve currency.

Price of Gold Will Rise - Greenspan

It’s not because former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan said he thinks the price of gold will rise – I don’t need his investment advice; it’s that he shed light on how the Fed works in ways no other former Fed Chair has ever dared to articulate. All investors should pay attention to this.

I Want To Be Diversified, I Want To Own Some Gold - Faber

Marc Faber commented on possible gold market manipulation and the need to diversify investment portfolios. As part of a diversified investment portfolio, secure precious metals storage in safe and stable jurisdictions such as Singapore and Hong Kong is essential for wealth protection.

Why Gold Looks Better than the S&P: Marc Faber

When I compare gold to the S&P, the S&P is up substantially since 2011 and gold is down substantially. If you compare the performance of gold shares to the S&P, it has been a disaster for gold shares. I think gold at this price is actually one of the few assets that are relatively inexpensive now.

Marc Faber: Gold Is One Of The Few Cheap Assets

When I look around asset prices, real estate, bonds, equities, collectibles, etc, I think the price of gold is one of the few assets that are relatively inexpensive. Every investor understands the principle of buy low and sell high. But when prices are low, nobody wants to buy. – Marc Faber

Reasons Why Some Are Yet Bullish On Gold

It’s been one of the worst years for gold in a generation – But none of these mentioned here think the gold bull market is over. What they care about is safety in this uncertain environment, as well as what they see as enormous potential upside.

US Household Wealth Leans Over an Uneven Recovery

Debts increased meaningfully post-2007 – Now, since the lower income and wealth groups increased their debts post-2007 and enjoyed higher social benefits, they were also to some extent supporting the economy and corporate profits. But what about the future?

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