Monday, August 22, 2011

Avoid cash, load up on gold, says Marc Faber

Marc Faber is to financial-market optimists what the Grinch is to Christmas. The Hong Kong-based investment manager and publisher of “The Gloom Boom & Doom Report” doesn’t often like what he sees, and nowadays he finds even less to like about the world’s economic situation than he did in 2008 — as if that wasn’t bad enough.

In an interview with MarketWatch’s Jonathan Burton, Faber outlines five places where investors should put – and pull out – their money. Namely: avoid Treasurys and cash, selectively buy stocks, stick with emerging markets, and load up on gold.


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