Friday, October 29, 2021

IN CONVERSATION: DR. Marc Faber, Gloom Boom Doom report


In this interview Andrew O'Donnell is joined by Investor, Economist and Market Forecaster, and the man behind the Gloom Doom Boom report, Dr. Marc Faber.

Friday, October 15, 2021

The 13 Greatest Contrarian Investors Of All Time

The 13 greatest contrarian investors of all time have used their unpopular opinions to beat the market countless times and make incredible returns.

Contrarian investing makes up a wide scope of ideas and investment styles. Ultimately, it boils down to making financial decisions and investments fully against the greater market sentiment.

These contrarian investors are the bulls during bear markets, the bears during bull markets, and anyone bold enough to stray far away from public opinion with millions of dollars at stake.

Contrarians have famously predicted the crash of 1987, the housing market bubble of 2008 and many more historical events to make their best investments. They are unafraid to buy when the market is at its darkest place, and smart enough to sell when they sense the optimism has gone too far.

Here are the 13 greatest contrarian investors of all time;

Marc Faber

Dr. Marc Faber was a Swiss-born investor who received his PhD from the esteemed University of Zurich at the young age of 24. The man rallied against popular opinion to forecast Black Monday in 1987, the Japanese bubble in 1990, the gaming stock crash of 1993 and the Asia Pacific Crisis of 1997. Other predictions and lamentations of his can be found in his publication, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.

Faber’s contrarian investment philosophy is seen in his personal motto, “Follow the course opposite to custom and you will almost always be right.”

- Source, Stock Investor, Read the Full Article Here

Friday, October 1, 2021

U.S. Dollar Is Doomed, the Fed Will Never Tighten Again Until WW3 Warns Marc Faber


Known as the doctor of doom and gloom, Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report says the U.S. dollar is headed for destruction just like a 1960s scenario. 

In an exclusive interview with Daniela Cambone, Faber says nothing is safe these days, not cash, not bonds and maybe not even gold. 

"There are no safe havens in a money printing environment. The Fed is built to print and they will not stop," he says.

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Live from the Vault: Gold & the U.S. Inflation Time Bomb


In this special edition of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by renowned economist and author of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, Marc Faber AKA Dr Doom. 

Both the precious metals expert and economist offer their take on gold and silver within today’s economic landscape, and Marc Faber shares the percentage of precious metals that will make up his portfolio for the rest of his life. 

With a track record of foreseeing economic disaster, Marc Faber takes us on a deep dive into the inflationary impact of endless US money printing. 

The life-long investor also offers an intriguing overview of the current state of the stock market and reveals the areas where he believes today’s greatest investment opportunities reside.

- Source, Kinesis Money

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Marc Faber: Predicts Very Hard Times Ahead For Economy & Financial Markets


Global macro analyst Marc Faber foresees increasing government intervention resulting in inflation, currency debasement, slowing economic growth, financial crisis and loss of freedoms. 

These concerns are rooted in his prodigious study of failed monetary and political regimes throughout history. 

Marc Faber: ‘Dr Doom’ Predicts Very Hard Times Ahead For Economy & Financial Markets Are you worried about the future? 

If so, I can pretty much guarantee you that no matter how concerned your outlook is, it’s still brightly sunny compared to longtime contrarian macro analyst Dr. Marc Faber, editor and publisher of the Gloom Doom Boom report. 

Marc is well-known for his global investment view, his skepticism of central planners, and his bold and often contrarian predictions. 

Using a global perspective and millennia of historical precedent, Marc sees challenging times ahead.

- Source, Wealthion

Friday, September 3, 2021

Marc Faber Uncensored: What He Really Thinks...


Marc Faber is creator of the Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report. He has a proven track record of finding value and correctly analyzing world events.

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Dr. Marc Faber: Inflation Cannot be Stopped


Tom welcomes an always popular guest back to the program, Dr. Marc Faber. Most stock markets and sectors have underperformed compared with US Markets. 

This is because every time the Fed prints, it ends up with corporations and the super-rich. Markets are no longer homogenous, and fiscal deficits are no longer expanding. 

This is making it more difficult for the entire market to move upwards. Politicians and central bankers avoid discussing inflation, and people's salaries are not keeping up with inflation. 

Dr. Faber says, "Once you embark on money printing and fiscal deficits attempting to stop is practically impossible... it will continue." 

Current interest rates are near zero, and no matter what inflation metric you use, it will reveal that we have negative returns today. So monetary tightening is nearly out of the question. Markets can be manipulated for a time, but eventually, the market will destroy the interventionists. 

We may see higher rates from here. In real terms, everything is negative, and that is boosting assets. The Fed is not in a good position, but these people don't go to jail; they will still get compensated. 

Expect volatility to increase from here, and those that are leveraged will get slaughtered. "Asset markets are so grossly inflated that they could have a meaningful setback. 

We've seen that in bitcoin which is now rallying but the silver and gold tumble we have experienced shows us that other assets could be very vulnerable." 

Dr. Faber is concerned about geopolitical risk and what governments may decide to do once this 'pandemic' ends. 

But, unfortunately, politicians and bankers are doing what is good for themselves, concentrating power. 

Marc says, "It will get bad and it will get worse. For those that think it will go back to normal you better get used to the way it is now. It will be unpleasant and it will get much worse."