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Marc Faber

Marc Faber

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Dr Marc Faber is editor of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report and the author of "Tomorrows Gold".

  • Dr. Marc Faber: 'They Will Bankrupt the World!'

    Published 19 February 2016 | viewed 0 times

    Dr. Marc Faber joins FRA Co-founder Gordon T. Long in an exciting discussion of monetary malpractice, negative interest rates, the influence of current geopolitical risk…

  • Financial Repression Authority with Marc Faber

    Published 20 February 2015 | viewed 0 times

    Special Guest: Marc Faber, Ph.D. Editor and Publisher of "The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report" and website: www.gloomboomdoom.com. Dr. Marc Faber Editor and Publisher of…

  • Faber and Greenspan: Shills for Fed Snake Oil

    Published 01 July 2009 | viewed 5,151 times

    "Just how can the Fed credibly promise to be irresponsible...?" HERE'S A THOUGHT - that tiny handful of investors and analysts warning how Fed policy…

  • Time to take a Holiday???

    Published 06 June 2006 | viewed 18,243 times

    In recent commentaries, I have emphasized that all asset markets, such as stocks and commodities, were significantly over-bought and that a meaningful correction would follow.…

  • Poor Mr. Bernanke

    Published 12 May 2006 | viewed 9,136 times

    Had I been a lecturer at a university in the past, and if I had, at the time, the opportunity to grade student Ben Bernanke,…

  • An Anatomy of Bear Markets

    Published 13 April 2006 | viewed 22,064 times

    Today, I wish to address the subject of bull and bear markets. This cyclical movement in asset prices, investors will call, when prices are rising,…

  • Much Noise in the US - But, Little Action

    Published 10 March 2006 | viewed 11,321 times

    What I find remarkable about the United States is that Americans have the talent to always put on a huge show, which then turns into…

  • Correction Time is Here!

    Published 08 February 2006 | viewed 22,798 times

    One month ago, I pointed out that investors were euphoric about buying everything. The same still applies as of today. Equity investors, commodity traders, property…

  • Investment Themes for 2006

    Published 17 January 2006 | viewed 12,384 times

    What strikes me most about the current investment environment is that everybody is bullish about something. Stock market investors around the world are positive for…

  • US Money Printing to Continue!

    Published 13 December 2005 | viewed 16,398 times

    From recent US Federal Reserve Board meeting minutes, it would appear that monetary policies will move from a tightening bias to a neutral or easing…

  • Good Luck Mr. Bernanke!

    Published 17 November 2005 | viewed 9,693 times

    Is the appointment of Mr. Bernanke favorable for equity and bond markets? In the intermediate term, Mr. Bernanke - in order to improve his reputation…

  • Why the Fed has no other Alternative but to print Money!

    Published 18 October 2005 | viewed 12,139 times

    In the past, I have demonstrated that economic growth and deflation is entirely compatible. The entire economic expansion of the US in the 19th century…

  • Highly Questionable US Employment Gains!

    Published 12 August 2005 | viewed 7,318 times

    Popular opinion has it that businessmen tend to be dishonest, lawyers liars, religious people "good", the army honorable with a high standard of conduct and…

  • The Rise to Ruin

    Published 22 July 2005 | viewed 10,667 times

    This essay was first published by Whiskey and Gunpowder. "Everything in the world may be endured except continued prosperity." - Goethe "The path of least…

  • From Misallocations of Resources to Further Misallocation!

    Published 12 June 2005 | viewed 10,918 times

    "....to combat the depression by a forced credit expansion is to attempt to cure the evil by the very means which brought it about ;…

  • No Joy in Greenspan's Wonderland!

    Published 07 April 2005 | viewed 10,661 times

    The other day, a fast talking lady - a US stock market bull - was debating my friend David Tice - a well informed bear…

  • Stepping Aside from the Investment Markets!

    Published 14 February 2005 | viewed 8,089 times

    It should come as no surprise that I also receive every day a large number of e-mails from readers and from investors who have read…

  • How will Recently Conflicting Trends be Resolved???

    Published 18 November 2004 | viewed 3,446 times

    Until recently, and in some cases until this very day, we had weakness in the US dollar, strength in bonds, a sharp sell-off in commodity…

  • How High will Oil Prices Climb??

    Published 19 October 2004 | viewed 5,221 times

    Since its last major low in 1998 at $ 12 (when the Economist published a very bearish piece about oil), crude oil prices have climbed…

  • The Strong Economy Hook!

    Published 22 August 2004 | viewed 3,949 times

    A few weeks ago, I accidentally switched my television set over from MTV, which has a calming influence on my mood, to CNBC, which tends…