Marc Faber Sees The Current QE Program Priced In To Stocks: Trouble Ahead

Marc Faber was the first voice in the financial world to use the term "QE to infinity," years before it was announced by the Fed. He felt at the time that stocks would rise with the Fed's endless showers. He now feels that the Fed's easing is "priced in" to the U.S. stock market, and he sees trouble ahead during the second half of the year.

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