Why – and How – Marc Faber’s Buying Gold Right Now

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Marc Faber likes gold at these levels – the physical variety that is – and recommends storing it anywhere but the US (much to the shock of the potted plants in suits on CNBC). Interview highlights: On gold’s lackluster year: Money printing does not lift all assets at the same time with the same intensity […]

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Jim Rogers was last week’s guest on Porter Stansberry’s usually excellent podcast Stansberry Radio.  I am throwing in the “usually” qualifier because this was, in my opinion, a poor interview by Porter (who is normally good)…I thought he spoke way too much and didn’t let Jim get enough in. Regardless, it’s worth a listen – […]

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It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from favorite Hugh Hendry…in fact he’s so far under the radar these days that his new commentary is six months old when it finally hits the streets! Here’s a 20-min clip of Hendry (via the Big Picture) discussing the Chinese economic mirage (in his view), Japanese deflation, gold and more […]

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Earlier this week Jim Rogers sat down with Yahoo Tech Ticker’s new money honey Lauren Lyster, hamming up a 6-minute conversation that touched on higher education, agriculture, and Russia. Internet-financial-video-aficionados may recall Lyster from her previous (or still current?) gig at RT.com.  I’m sure the move to Tech Ticker was a mixed bag for male watchers […]

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Since Obama’s re-election, Marc Faber has been on an absolute tear, predicting PAIN for all involved in the global economy and financial markets (basically everyone on planet Earth).  His latest interview is a beauty – which he began by telling the CNBC anchors that they should open up a psychiatric clinic because they make everyone […]

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Fantastic line from Marc Faber in his latest CNBC interview: “If Greece can rebound by 65%, the greatest garbage can rebound by 65%.” He cited Thailand’s 250%+ rally off lows, and Greece’s recent rally of 65%, as reasons that beaten down stocks in China and Japan could also rally.  Despite what he concedes as deteriorating […]

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Faber starts the interview in his salty Swiss accent asking “Mr. Jimmy Rogers, who has been so bullish on China for years” to defend the 60%+ haircut we’ve seen in the Shanghai index since 2007. Rogers response?  “Marc, it’s the middle of the night there – what are you at the disco?  (Laughing)  Where are […]

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Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio disagrees with Warren Buffett on gold, telling CNBC that it’s “the new cash.” “Gold should be a part of everyone’s portfolio to some degree,” he said.  “It is the alternative money.” Dalio cites money printing as the reason why gold is now better than cash.  And when asked about Warren Buffett’s aversion […]

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Two new Jim Rogers interviews hit the wires this week.  The first, courtesy of Mineweb, saw Rogers cite the current commodity pullback as nothing more than a blip in the broader bull market: This is nothing more than a blip. The bull market will continue until a lot of supply comes on stream and the […]

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For fellow fans of the Austrian school, you’ll love this detailed presentation by Marc Faber in which he lays the smack down on the Keynsians. Faber starts his presentation by pointing out that as recently as 1970, all investment banks were privately held.  The culture has since changed quite a bit, as the partners running […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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