Thursday, January 26, 2012

Marc Faber on the derivatives bubble

Marc Faber was asked about the risk of seeing another flash crash in the market : " Well I do not think it is regulated , my concern is no so much about the stock market going down one day by 500 points , the real crash would be like on October 1987 when the market dropped by 21 percent in one day , my concern is more , we have essentially an economic system where the financial sector has grown disproportionally large than the real economy so in other words the economy may be a square mile and on top of that you pile up derivatives and all kind of instruments that are thousands of square miles and one day this whole derivatives bubble will burst - in This Week in Money
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