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Marc Faber: Expect A Deflationary Bust In Asset Markets

Marc Faber: Expect A Deflationary Bust In Asset Markets

Eventually we’ll have a collapse or deflationary bust in asset markets. That’s inevitable. Printing money can postpone such a collapse but eventually the bust will occur. Every inflation, whether consumer price inflation or asset inflation, eventually comes to an end. I hold physical gold for the reason that one day I may not be able to remit money from one country to another. I don’t know when this final systemic collapse that I am foreseeing will occur but all I can say is that in monetary, inflationary times, when inflation is measured properly, in real terms: stocks usually don’t do particularly well but gold does.

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Your Financial Future With Debt Based Currencies vs Real Money

Your Financial Future With Debt Based Currencies vs Real Money

If you are one of the few who understands and trusts real money – gold and silver – then take advantage of the current low prices, politics, and continual “money printing”. History is on your side in the ongoing conflict between unbacked debt based paper currencies and real gold.

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Gold Price & the S&P 500 Index: What Does The 20 Year Chart Suggest?

| July 10, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold Price & the S&P 500 Index: What Does The 20 Year Chart Suggest?

I think both the gold market and the S&P are at or near the end of their recent trends. The S&P is at all-time highs, has been rising for 5+ years, and is over-extended by many measures. Sentiment is overly positive. It appears ready to fall or move sideways for some time. “Financial TV” will be disappointed. Gold dropped nearly 40% into its December 2013 low and is finally moving higher. Sentiment is still negative, but gold appears ready to rally. Gold “bears” and the bond market will be disappointed.

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