Friday, March 24, 2017

Marc Faber on Emerging Economies Outperformance

Sunday, March 19, 2017

China looks ‘quite attractive’ right now: Marc Faber


The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’s Marc Faber reveals which areas would generate the most profits for investors.

 - Source, CNBC

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Trump is good for Asia: Marc Faber


Marc Faber, editor of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, talks about how Asia is becoming more "China-centric."

- Source, CNBC

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Why Marc Faber Says 2017 Will Be Good For Gold


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Investors may be in for a “year of disappointments” and precious metals may prove to be a useful hedge, this according to famed contrarian investor Marc Faber. Known as Dr. Doom for his often pessimistic views, Faber told Kitco News his 2017 outlook is no different to his previously negative forecasts. “As we come into 2017, investors seem to be extremely optimistic about U.S. equities and about the U.S. dollar,” he said. “I think we can have a year of disappointments.” 

Faber said investors should look to have exposure in commodities, especially platinum, which he dubbed his “favourite precious metal for 2017.” “The individual investor will find it difficult to trade commodities where he has to rollover his position every month or every 3 months, which is very costly,” he explained. “For the normal investor who wants exposure in commodities, the best is to be in precious metals - gold, silver, platinum.”

- Source, Kitco

Thursday, March 9, 2017

An Avalanche of Selling is Coming: Faber


The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’s Marc Faber discusses why he foresees the end of the market's bull run.


Monday, March 6, 2017

The Stock Market Rally is Overextended: Marc Faber


The man known as Dr. Doom argues the U.S. rally is overextended and makes the case for investing in overseas markets.

- Source, CNBC

Friday, February 17, 2017

Marc Faber: BREXIT Is a Side Show; QE4 Might Be Coming Next


CNBC's Martin Soong caught up with Marc Faber, Editor and Publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report and started by asking his views on Brexit and the global economy going forward into 2017.


Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Marc Faber - Trump Will Beg Fed For QE4


In this segment, Jerry visits with world-renowned contrarian investor Marc Faber, Editor and Publisher of “The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report" and Director of Marc Faber Limited, which acts as an investment advisor and a fund manager. Among the key points:

The exceptional performance of the S&P 500 under President Obama

Are we closer to the top or the bottom of the market?

The immense popularity of indices/ETFs

Is Trump merely posturing with China?

Will Trump create prosperity for everyone... or just the corporations?

The Contrarian Investment Philosophy explained
Marc's Contrarian bet right now!


Friday, February 10, 2017

Marc Faber on When Doom Arrives for Wall Street


Gloom, Boom & Doom Report Editor Marc Faber discusses his outlook for the markets.


Friday, January 27, 2017

Marc Faber: Investors Too Bullish on US as Dollar is Currently Overvalued

Investment guru Marc Faber warns that investors are too bullish about the U.S. and that the American currency is overvalued.

“Investors are too bullish about the U.S. and far too negative about emerging-market economies. I also think they are neglecting Japan and European equities so anything outside the US is probably from my perspective more attractive,” he told India’s CNBC TV 18.

The U.S. dollar “is too strong” and “is probably overvalued at this level already,” said Faber, also known as "Dr. Doom" for his often pessimistic and apocalyptic market predictions.

“It may overshoot further which may then cause a problem for the Federal Reserve because as they said they basically plan to have three interest rate increase in 2017. But if the dollar is too strong maybe they can't do it,” he said.

The Federal Reserve "can have other central banks print money for them for a while and then in 2017 possibly the dollar becomes too strong and the U.S. economy rather weakens than strengthens then they can print again themselves. They have an excuse," he said. "I still maintain that central banks will keep on feeding the world with excess liquidity," he said.

“Valuations in the U.S. are at historically very high levels whereas elsewhere they are relatively inexpensive valuations. So, I would focus on foreign markets and I would focus on sectors that were out of favor for a long time,” he said of investing strategy for the new year.

Oil and mining companies, financials and tech are among his favorite sectors for 2017, he said, adding that he sees a lot of potential in agricultural commodities.

“People will tell you that emerging markets performed poorly in 2016 and that the U.S. was the only game in town. But let me just say that in U.S. dollars in 2016 the Russian index was up 51 percent, Brazil 63 percent, Kazakhstan 66 percent, Thailand 19 percent, Indonesia, 19 percent, Karachi 40 percent, Vietnam 30 percent,” he explained.

“Some markets have actually performed very well. We turn to individual stocks some stocks have done very well in 2016 in particular the sectors that were very depressed like oil and gas and mining companies that is until recently have weakened but on the year they are still up strongly,” Faber said.

- Source, NewsMax