Marc Faber interview with BBC's Business Daily 24th Jan 2011
Marc Faber : ...I am very negative about the world, because I think that what caused the crisis in 2008 was excessive credit growth, excessive leverage in the system, and now the private sector is deleveraging, but governments are printing money, and through huge fiscal deficits are creating even more debt growth. So in other words, what killed the economy is now being applied to revive the economy, and I think this will lead to a disaster. But if you think it through and you believe in the disaster scenario I'm envisioning, then you will be better off in equities and in commodities than in government bonds and cash...etc...
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Marc Faber :.."...You have lost 8%, but before that, the Indian stock markets went up by more than 100%. So, 8% is a moderate correction which may continue from the top to the bottom. It would not be surprising to see a correction of around 20%....."
Marc Faber :"...I do not think I would necessary invest in Venezuela and my concern about commodities and warrants on China, mainly economies that have larger exports to China than to the United States, is that some time in 2011 or 2012, there will be disappointments coming out of China. The most vulnerable assets are assets that are tied to the Chinese economy, precisely like industrial commodities, copper and currencies of countries like Australia and Canada and also their stock markets...."
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