Marc Faber Suggests a ‘Huge Move Is Coming’ in the Markets

by | Jul 22, 2009 | Forecasting, Marc Faber

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    Dr. Marc Faber as a guest host on CNBC July 16, 2009, discusses, among other things, real estate markets in the US and Asia, the US Dollar, short-term financial markets, long-term trends and underlying economic numbers.

    This is a Marc Faber video-rama from CNBC and is organized as best as can be by time:

    Marc Faber on Hard Assets:

    Marc Faber Is Bearish in the Long-Term:

    Marc Faber Says Governments Should be Fired:

    Marc Faber says we should expect more stimulus packages:

    Marc Faber says that the Chinese Government has done well in reviving its economy:

    A Crash May Be In the Works:

    Fabers Recommends REIT’s Over Cash & Bonds:


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