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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".

  • A President Bush Economic Boom????

    Published 08 July 2004 | viewed 5,644 times

    It is with utmost interest that I watch the usually very upbeat news on CNBC. In fact, Mr. Kudlow and Mr. Cramer are extremely fitting…

  • The Fed's Monetary Policy Dilemma

    Published 19 June 2004 | viewed 4,986 times

    We have pointed out before that the year 2003 was unusual in the sense that every asset class including bonds, stocks, real estate, and commodities…

  • The Bubbles Mr. Greenspan has Created!

    Published 19 May 2004 | viewed 7,005 times

    Credit has to be given to Mr. Greenspan. By bailing out the S&L Associations in 1990 he contributed to the creation of the emerging market…

  • Booming Commodity Prices, but...

    Published 19 April 2004 | viewed 5,892 times

    In the past, I have frequently discussed long-term price cycles and observed, based on research carried out by economists such as Nikolai Kondratieff among many…

  • Should You Buy What China Buys?

    Published 16 March 2004 | viewed 4,869 times

    It is true that China with its extremely competitive manufacturing sector whose productivity is rising rapidly, and India with its very low cost but increasingly…

  • Something Will Give!

    Published 18 February 2004 | viewed 5,762 times

    A commentator characterized the year 2003 as an investors' "flight to garbage." Indeed, some assets perceived to be of lower quality, such as Ecuadorian and…

  • A More Cautious Approach Toward Asia and Commodity Prices

    Published 03 November 2003 | viewed 2,623 times

    "Asia is firing on all cylinders. Consumer spending has more than recovered from Sars. In an increasing number of countries investment too is picking up.…

  • Do Economic Statistics Adequately Reflect the Size of the Asian Economies?

    Published 13 October 2003 | viewed 4,359 times

    Officially, the US has a GDP of about US$11 trillion, while Chinas GDP amounts to US$1.1 trillion and India's to about US$500 billion. Moreover, whereas…

  • Of Bombs and the Bond Market

    Published 21 August 2003 | viewed 2,634 times

    A version of this essay was first published in The Daily Reckoning. So spoke Larry Kudlow, of CNBC fame, in a recent "Cramer and Kudlow"…

  • The Reality Of War

    Published 10 April 2003 | viewed 2,701 times

    A version of this essay was first published in The Daily Reckoning. There is an important point investors should be aware of, which may have…

  • Infectious Pests

    Published 29 April 2003 | viewed 3,111 times

    A version of this essay was first published in The Daily Reckoning. Although SARS does not appear to be as contagious as the 1918 Spanish…