Sunday, September 29, 2013

Balance your approach and diversify investments

I recommend the investors to take a balanced approach to invest in equity, corporate bond, real-estate and gold.

Read Full text at http://drmarcfaber.blogspot.com/2013/09/balanced-approach-to-investing.html

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Be ready

If you have followed the Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Survival Readiness Pyramid starting from the bottom with water storage and 72 hour emergency kits, and you have progressed through each level making sure your preparation is as tight as a pyramid at Giza (with no space to slip even a thin postcard through the cracks), you have made it all the way to storing a sufficient supply of personal hygiene items. You are now ready to extend your efforts into the financial area of preparedness. This category includes accumulating a three to six month supply of cash flow for living expenses, and should lean more toward the six than the three.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Fed failed to lower interest rate

The bond market has peaked out a year ago at 1.43% at the 10 year treasury note. Mr Bernanke said at that time at a press conference the objective of the fed is to lower interest rate. Since then they have doubled.

Via Marc Faber

Sunday, September 22, 2013

All governments lie

The US money-printing has distorted all asset prices while cash in the bank has not given you any return when inflation is adjusted. I don't look at the government's statistics. All governments around the world lie.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Fed expected to taper this week

I think maybe they [FED] will taper 5 or 10 or 20 billion dollars off the current $85-billion monthly purchase of assets, and they would say they will reassess the situation depending on economic and market conditions.

source text at http://drmarcfaber.blogspot.com

Monday, September 9, 2013

Marc Faber says Indian stocks are in buying range

Dr Faber on his blog says that Indian stocks are in buying range.

In my view, there has been a huge correction in Indonesia and Thailand from the recent highs. The market is down by around 30-35% from the April-May high, but following a rebound, we will see further weakness.

Indian stocks, because of the currency weakness, have already experienced a very substantial bear market. It may last a little longer, but we surely are coming into a buying range.


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