All posts tagged "government bonds"

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    Marc Faber Says to Use Rebounds as a Selling Opportunity

    Saying that the world everywhere has experienced huge technical damage, Marc Faber advised investors to sell into an imminent rebound. Faber, who said we would find out if Bernanke was a true money printer, or an amateur,...

    • Posted August 8, 2011
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  • The Case for Japanese Stocks

    Christopher Pavese, writer of the blog, “The View from the Blue Ridge,” touts the virtues of Japanese stocks. Pavese underscores the futility investors have faced investing in the Nikkei index over the past 20+ years: The Spectacular...

    • Posted December 16, 2010
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  • Barron’s Roundtable Members are Bullish and Complacent

    Joe Weisenthal reports several brief comments from the annual Barron’s roundtable. Not surprisingly, after a strong bull market move almost everyone sees higher stock prices ahead. Felix Zulauf: “Cyclical forces are bullish … the market probably has...

    • Posted January 19, 2010
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  • Bonds Have Beaten Equities Over the Past 25 Years

    Click on charts for larger image: Roger Nusbaum comments on an article (free with registration) written by John Authers for the Financial Times. The gist is that equities have been a big disappointment for anyone who held...

    • Posted March 27, 2009
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  • Marc Faber Says Industrial Commodities are a Better Buy Than Gold

    Marc Faber recently pointed out that industrial commodities are the cheapest they have been relative to gold in 30 years. Faber also believes oil will eventually rise in price because of the limited supply and inevitable increase...

    • Posted January 12, 2009
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  • Marc Faber on Bloomberg: U.S. Government Bonds…Last Shoe to Drop

    Today Marc Faber said, “the next shoe to drop is more in the real economy, in corporate profits, in commercial real estate.” Faber went on to say that, “one asset class after another has now gone down...

    • Posted October 13, 2008
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