Marc Faber: ‘The Reality Is That We’re Already Now Almost In A Recession’

The “crash prophets” are running at full-throttle these days. Swiss-born investment advisor/money manager Marc Faber was on the CNBC TV show Fast Money last Monday, and in addition to predicting “volatility will stay very high” in the stock market, he warned viewers:

The U.S. market has been holding up much better than other markets and now it’s adjusting to reality, and the reality is that we’re already now almost in a recession. We’re in an industrial recession… But of course media people and financial people- they don’t feel the recession yet because they’re in the wonderful service economy that is booming. But ordinary people are not booming, that I assure you.


“The world according to Faber”
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Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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