Marc Faber : I can say one thing that today the uncertainty is much higher than in the past. We continue to have central banks running the expansionary policies in terms of fiscal and monetary stimulation, which has led to the asset price inflation.
This creates very high uncertainty
because you do not know how much more money will be printed in the US.
Uncertainty arises because of these reasons.
interventionists want to stimulate the economies by manipulating the
markets, particularly interest rates. They are creating higher economic
and financial volatility than in the past. - in rediff