All posts tagged "cnbc interview"
Carl Icahn Worried About Yellen’s Excessive Money Printing
Carl Icahn, speaking to CNBC's Scott Wapner, said he was concerned about excessive leverage and derivatives "in this cycle that we're in."
- Posted July 17, 2014
Tom DeMark Charting a 1929 Style Collapse
Famed market timer of the hedge fund stars, Tom DeMark, founder and CEO of DeMark Analytics, LLC, sees the next few days as critical to the survival of the bull market in an interview on CNBC today.
- Posted February 5, 2014
Bruce Berkowitz Defends Having AIG Make Up 50% of His Fund
Bruce Berkowitz, founder and manager of the Fairholme Fund, was interviewed at length by CNBC's David Faber this week.
- Posted September 6, 2013
Marc Faber Sees 20% Plunge in Stocks Ahead
Speaking to CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis on the phone yesterday, Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, expressed his opinion that the market was setting up for a major sell-off.
- Posted August 9, 2013
Robert Shiller: Never Know When Stock Bubble Will Burst
Saying, “we have been in an up market since 2009 and its been quite dramatic…those things have certainly generated stories that are optimistic, and has more and more people regretting that they didn’t get in in 2009...
- Posted August 3, 2013
Marc Faber Discusses China’s Colossal Credit Bubble
Marc Faber was live from Monaco this morning commenting on the current state of the markets with CNBC’s Louisa Bojesen. When asked by the host whether concerns regarding the Chinese system are legitimate since they are such...
- Posted June 25, 2013
Jim Rickards Comments on the Ongoing Currency Battles
Jim Rickards, senior manager director at Tangent Capital and author of Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis, was posed the question by CNBC’s Hong Kong based host Bernie Lo, “are we on the brink...
- Posted May 14, 2013
Marc Faber Sees Potential for Profit in China and Japan
As a recent CNBC Squawk Box guest, Marc Faber, publisher of the infamous Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report provided his opinion on world stock markets. Faber pointed out, as he has repeatedly in recent interviews, that European...
- Posted October 23, 2012