Insightful, Humorous, and Lengthy Marc Faber Interview with Porter Stansberry

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Nice job by Doc Efrig in his recent interview with Marc Faber for his Stansberry Radio podcast.  It’s one of the best Faber interviews I’ve heard in a few months – the dude is great in long form. Faber’s best line comes when asked to go in Asia for nightlife: “For nightlife you have to […]

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Last week, Barron’s published their annual roundtable for 2012 – again featuring two of our very favorites in Marc Faber and Felix Zulauf. Faber stole the show when he predicted that World War III would begin within five years:  “On another optimistic note, World War III will occur in the next five years. That means […]

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Financial apocalypse guru Marc Faber shared his always-joyous and insightful outlook with Bloomberg last week.  His thoughts: Stocks look attractive…relative to government bonds He admits he lost his bearish Treasury bet to David Rosenberg in 2011 Though he still compares the current “bubble” in government debt with the 1999-2000 NASDAQ Source – Bloomberg: Marc Faber Sees […]

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The fascinating story of Marion Szablicki, as reported in Marc Faber’s Gloom, Boom and Doom Report *** My economics education was started as a child by my grandfather, Marion Szablicki, who was a living testimonial to the value of gold. Notably, toward the end of his life at 99 years of age in 2010, he felt […]

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Here’s Marc Faber on CNBC last week, commenting on the European/world sovereign debt crisis: He believes the ECB will eventually follow the Fed in printing money Thinks the end crisis will be postponed until the sovereigns go bankrupt Says “each money printing exercise brings about unintended consequences” Hilariously he refers to himself as “a great […]

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Marc Faber shares his latest outlook on an interview with CNBC Asia in this interview.  He believes both the gold and equity markets are currently oversold, and is considering adding to his gold position – but is holding off on equities until they drop below the 1100 mark on the S&P 500.  (Note this was […]

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On the phone from Zurich – our boy, Marc Faber! He gives his buddy David Rosenberg some props for recommending Treasuries over the past two years.  But Faber still prefers stocks to bonds – even though he thinks stocks will go down in real terms as well – because he sees limited upsides to bonds. […]

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One added treat of this stock market collapse? More Faber! Bloomberg got him on the horn once again at the end of last week – he chidingly applauded the Fed for not yet announcing QE3.  Faber also believes Treasuries are a huge bubble, that “every responsible adult should own gold”, and that the technical setup […]

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On Thursday night (here in the US), while Asia was melting down once again, Bloomberg Asia got Marc Faber on the horn – at God knows what time for him in Zurich – to give his take on the current market meltdown. Faber thought the markets were “extremely oversold”, expecting a potential snapback rally that […]

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Here’s an awesome Marc Faber interview that includes an epic libertarian rant towards the middle of the clip. Faber is extremely cautious on China at the moment, and hence bearish on the global economy.  He thinks that in the event China tanks, the world’s central banks will not be able to print enough money in […]

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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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