Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Gold is the most desirable currency, not the US Dollar


Dr Marc Faber on the promising performance of Gold and also says China could suffer near term significant setbacks but will perform very well over the long term.


Saturday, April 30, 2016

Faber: Obama Is `Very Negative' for the Economy


Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, talks about the potential impact of President Barack Obama's reelection on the U.S. economy and financial markets. He speaks with Trish Regan and Adam Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart."


Sunday, April 24, 2016

Marc Faber: I Will Never Sell My Gold



Marc Faber, managing director and founder of Marc Faber Ltd., and Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, discuss the state of the Chinese economy and the outlook for the U.S. stock market with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart."


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Monday, April 18, 2016

Dr. Marc Faber: Federal Reserve Won't Stop Printing Money


Marc has decades of experience investing in global financial markets and he has wrote the book, Tomorrow's Gold- Asia's Age of Discovery.

During this 30+ minute interview, Jason opens the interview by asking Marc about how he thinks China will deal with the massive debt problems its state owned banks and municipalities have?

Marc jokes about Jason asking the Chinese government instead of him. Jason then asks Marc about what Kyle Bass is saying about China. Marc says the US mainstream financial media and Federal Reserve are talking about how bad things are in China and Europe to deflect attention from the US' debt problems.

Next, Jason asks Marc how much global central banks are coordinating their policies and doing market manipulations and market manipulations together?

Marc says he thinks there's no such thing as currency wars and that the US, UK, Japan and the ECB all coordinate monetary and interest rate policy together so they can take turns doing QE and devaluing their currencies.

Marc and Jason discuss where negative interest rate policy or NIRP fits into the equation.



How terror impacts markets: Marc Faber


Marc Faber, The Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report, provides perspective to how terror impacts markets and says in the long run the US dollar will be weak.


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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Marc Faber - "I Would Rather Want To Own Some Solid Currency, In Other Words Gold."


"Leave a million dollars with a bank, and in a year, you get only something like $990,000 back," It’s more tempting to own a non-yielding asset such as Gold when returns on other investments are hard to find, according to Faber. He said in December that the U.S. is at the start of a recession and its stocks would fall this year.


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

This Is Why Everyone Needs to Own Gold and Silver

Well, basically, the financial markets have been sick for quite some time. Emerging markets either never made a new high above the 2006, 2007 highs, or they peaked out in 2011, or some even later in 2014. Basically after about February/March 2015, they started to drift. And in the U.S., the indices were strong, but the average stock was down substantially in 2015. This is called weakness beneath the surface of the indices because an index, theoretically, could have 500 stocks and 499 decline, but one stock goes up a lot and drives up the index. So this happened last year, to some extent, in the U.S... you have the strong stocks, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, and maybe another 20 stocks that were going up. And at the same time, you have thousands of stocks that were acting badly and going down, which accounts for actually a horrible performance for most investors. Now in January, reality set in with the strong stocks, they're all down 20, 30, and sometimes even more percentages.

Well, basically, the financial markets have been sick for quite some time. Emerging markets either never made a new high above the 2006, 2007 highs, or they peaked out in 2011, or some even later in 2014. Basically after about February/March 2015, they started to drift. And in the U.S., the indices were strong, but the average stock was down substantially in 2015. This is called weakness beneath the surface of the indices because an index, theoretically, could have 500 stocks and 499 decline, but one stock goes up a lot and drives up the index. So this happened last year, to some extent, in the U.S... you have the strong stocks, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, and maybe another 20 stocks that were going up. And at the same time, you have thousands of stocks that were acting badly and going down, which accounts for actually a horrible performance for most investors. Now in January, reality set in with the strong stocks, they're all down 20, 30, and sometimes even more percentages.

- Source, Marc Faber via FX Street

Sunday, March 20, 2016

This Is Why Everyone Needs to Own Gold and Silver

In a negative interest rate environment, zero-yielding gold and silver become a high-yield asset, according to perma-bear investor Marc Faber.

“Leave a million dollars with a bank, and in a year, you get only something like $990,000 back,” Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told Bloomberg. “I would rather want to own some solid currency, in other words gold.”

The yellow precious metal provides returns only through price gains; the same goes for silver.

Gold and silver have jointly been performing a “one-man show,” becoming this year’s best-ever investments, as they feed off the fact that about a quarter of the world economy is now facing negative rates in some form. Likewise, economic growth is faltering across the globe.

Gold and silver have rallied more than 10% since the beginning of the year, trouncing other commodities, sovereign bonds, major currencies, and most stock indices.

These two old precious metals are thriving, with investors speculating more central banks may adopt zero interest rates amid increasing uncertainty for the world economy.

The 10-year Treasury note has increased 3.9% this year, while platinum is up 4.3%. Meanwhile, U.S. stocks, oil, and the U.S. dollar are all in negative territory, with the e-mini NASDAQ 100 losing 10% and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude surrendering 15%. The U.S. dollar index is down 1.3%.

Faber said it’s more tempting to own a non-yielding asset, such as gold, when returns on other investments are hard to find.

Japan was the last economy to adopt negative rates late last month, with the aim of spurring growth. Its move followed similar ones taken by Denmark, the euro area, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Faber said in December that the U.S. is at the start of a recession and its stocks would fall this year.


Monday, March 14, 2016

Faber: China's Unwind 'Will Be a Disaster'


Marc Faber, managing director and founder of Marc Faber Ltd., comments on the state of the Chinese economy. He speaks with Trish Regan and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
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