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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.

If Anyone Doubts That U.S. Is In A Stock Market Bubble, Show Them This

It would be one thing if stocks were soaring because the U.S. economy as a whole was doing extremely well. But we all know that isn’t true. Instead, what we have been experiencing is a clearly artificial stock market behavior that has nothing to do with economic reality. The warning signs are there – if you are willing to look at them.

The Smart Money Is Selling, Not Buying - Goldman Warns

Since the smart money knows that buying anything at 10x or 11x EBITDA usually ends up wiping out the equity tranche when generously levered courtesy of today’s insane, broken, manipulated & centrally-planned market, it is not touching the market with a 10-foot pole. The only question is who starts the selling avalanche & when?

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.

The Line Between Rational Speculation and Market Collapse

At present, the fact that we are highly concerned about market risk is a reflection of a market environment that joins extremely overvalued, overbought, overbullish conditions with still-troubling dispersion in market internals and a widening of credit spreads. Our concerns about market risk remain extreme at present.

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%.

Why Gold Does Not Have a ‘Fair Value’: Alex Green

With most investments, there are metrics you can use to determine whether you think something is undervalued or overvalued. But you can’t really determine whether gold is overvalued or undervalued at any particular time. Maybe, if we had a real economic collapse, like gold bugs predict, gold might be the one thing that shines.

Bizarre Love Triangle – Stocks, Gold And Oil

Using their historical relationship or long-term ranges: U.S. stocks look mildly cheap to oil and gold, but drops in those commodities would erase the difference just as easily as a further rally in stocks. Gold looks cheap relative to oil and should be $170 higher, or oil should trade closer to $71.

We Have Just Witnessed The Last Gasp Of The Global Economy

I believe that the admissions of financial danger by internationalists, the sharp drop in stocks at the beginning of fall, the reversal of the political theater, and the fact that mainstream investors now recognize the illegitimacy of the markets yet continue with the scam anyway, signals the last gasp of the global economy.

End Of Quantitative Easing - How Will The Stock Market React?

Since 2008 stocks have risen dramatically throughout every stage of quantitative easing. But when the various phases of quantitative easing have ended, stocks have always responded by declining substantially. The only thing that caused stocks to eventually start rising again was a new round of quantitative easing. So what will happen this time?

5 Reasons Why The Market Won't Crash Or Will

Can this bull market last, given the current economic & fundamental variables? While we can eventually recover from a market crash, we can not regain the time lost to save & grow our investments to fund our retirement. Its critical to understand what the ramifications to your long term investment & financial planning goals will be if you are wrong.

Fed's Bullard Urges Investors To Sell Bonds (But Not Stocks)

Given the market’s rapid surge to dismissing The Fed’s stock-selling recommendations, we are stunned by the silence of “market defenders” as once again the Fed takes to the airwaves to demand investors sell their bonds. The Fed is desperate for investors to sell their bonds as they are in full panic mode over the broken repo markets.

Stocks And Precious Metals In Extreme Territory

The S&P 500 is relentlessly climbing to all time highs, driven by monetary bazookas of central bankers around the world. On the other hand, the precious metals have only been recovering from a disastrous year (2013) and are in search of a solid bottom. So now what do we look forward to?

How To Overcome Investing Fear And Finally Get Started

A lady had decided to overcome her investing fear about what she didn’t know and wanted to start investing in her future by learning how to invest in stocks. She wanted me to give her a stock recommendation. Instead, I gave her some advice & here it is. It’s not complicated, so don’t overthink it.

Collapsing Currencies and the Rot of Epic Mispricing

Nobody is able to turn back the plummeting currencies. They go where they will and their failures must be infectious as the greater engine of world trade seizes up. Who will write the letters of credit that make international commerce possible? Who will trust whom?

Time To Be Defensively Pro-Active In Stock Markets

Now is the time to take stock of your stocks and weed out poor performers rather than hold in hopes that they’ll catch up to the rest of the market, as there are some warning signs of which one should be aware- Use tight stops for the rest

Stocks Slump Most In 7 Weeks As Silver Surges

This is the first close for U.S. Stocks at the lows of the day since July 31st – The 6th down day in the last 8 in stocks and red on the month-to-date screens is not something we are used to seeing

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