Saturday, October 24, 2020

Marc Faber: Pandemic predictions for gold, silver, stocks, real estate, bonds and bitcoin

Marc Faber is a Swiss investor based who resides in Thailand and the publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report newsletter, also acting as investment advisor and fund manager and involved in a number of investment funds focused on emerging and frontier markets. 

Marc speaks with The Capital Network's Lelde Smits to discuss his outlook for investments including gold, silver, stocks, real estate, bonds, bitcoin. 

Over the years Marc had told investors to hold diversified portfolios with equal 25% shares in stocks, real estate, cash and bonds and precious metals and Marc answers how his views have changed since the Federal Reserve shied away of its long-time commitment to inflation targeting in August 2020 and amid the COVID-19 global pandemic.

- Source, TCNTV

Monday, October 19, 2020

Marc Faber: India Will be a Top 3 Global Economy

We’re in conversation with one of the top investing minds in the world on the Investor Hour: Dr Marc Faber. It was a pleasure having Dr Marc Faber on the Investor Hour again. 

He was our very first guest on the podcast and did a 2-part episode. At that time he talked to us about the rise of India as a major economy as well as his personal portfolio. 

This time he shared his views on a range of topics: stocks, bonds, cash, gold, silver, real estate, the global economy, covid-19, and a lot more. Dr Faber is bullish on India and owns Indian stocks via an ETF. 

He believes India is a top destination for global investors and that will not change. In fact he says the Indian economy will be the among the 3 largest In the world within twenty years! 

Now that’s a strongly bullish statement on India coming from one of the best investors in the world. 

He also talked about his personal investments and why he is investing his money the way he is right now. 

We enjoyed talking to Dr Faber and also learnt a lot from him especially about the big social and economic forces, both on the left and the right, in the western world.

- Source, Equity Master