All posts tagged "japan"

  • Marc Faber, "Industrial Commodities are Very Cheap in Real Terms"

    Marc Faber was on CNBC’s Fast Money yesterday and said that industrial commodities were very cheap in real terms (at new lows) and said oil servicing companies should do “O.K.” Faber said the Taiwanese and Japanese equity...

    • Posted March 7, 2009
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  • World Beta Says to Get Long Japan

    One of five ideas by Mebane Faber is to buy Japan given that its stock market is where it was at in 1982 and has been down for the last three years. According to Faber, this is...

    • Posted January 3, 2009
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  • Marc Faber Sees Bankruptcy in the Future of the U. S.

    Marc Faber does not believe the economy will make a quick comeback from the current malaise. He indicates that the stock market has possibly reached a low and could remain at depressed levels for many years like...

    • Posted November 6, 2008
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  • Jeremy Grantham: 3 Most Important Bubbles Corrected to 50% Below Fair Value

    Jeremy Grantham has been in the news a lot lately. He knew trouble was headed our way because of a worldwide bubble in all asset classes. He just didn’t know when it would burst. Now that it...

    • Posted October 19, 2008
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  • Jim Rogers Expects a 10 Year Malaise

    In an interview linked below, Jim Rogers says the government’s desperate attempts to prop up failed institutions has never worked in the past and will most likely lead to an economic malaise similar to the U. S....

    • Posted October 5, 2008
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  • Roubini: Perfect Storm of a Global Recession

    Nouriel Roubini writes at his blog, “Macro developments in the last few weeks suggest that now all of the G7 economies (the group of the major advanced economies including US, UK, Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Canada)...

    • Posted August 12, 2008
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  • Interesting Comment at Calculated Risk

    This was an interesting comment on the extent of the housing bubble and the possible repercussions from it: I’m a big supporter of Dean Baker’s work on most things economics but especially the housing bubble. Anyone read...

    • Posted August 30, 2007
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