Friday, June 8, 2012

Bloomberg Interview: Marc Faber

Marc Faber discusses where he sees prices looking attractive for investment today as well as where he is most fearful - specifically the US treasury bond bubble. While Faber has been a long time bear (incorrectly) on treasury bonds, this past week a long time bull Robert Prechter has just turned bearish and feels we have reached the apex of the bond bubble based on fundamentals weighed against euphoria and price levels. For the complete interview see Robert Prechter On Capital Account.

For a complete outlook on the second half of 2012 see 2012 Second Half Outlook.




4 comments:

  1. The Iranians are about to plug in some brand spanking new Russian air defenses, and *will* be deploying some nasty viruses to a computer near you fairly soon.

    Given that, and given the fact the large banks never met a war they didn't like, the preponderance of a tacit Broken Window Theory of economy amongst the chattering classes, and the insane strangle hold of Israel Firsters both in Washington and, yes, Virginia, at the Federal Reserve....

    Expect a war in the next couple of weeks... not months....

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  2. Next couple of weeks? That is a serious call.

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  3. Sara Eisen is too cute

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  4. is she a Jewess?

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