Faber on U.S. stocks, Fed policy

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Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, discusses the potential impact of further quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve on stocks. Faber said further monetary easing (anything less than $1 trillion) could disappoint investors and might prompt a correction in U.S. stocks.

Source: Bloomberg (via YouTube), October 29, 2010.

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3 comments to Faber on U.S. stocks, Fed policy

  • Frank W

    What’s the difference? Too little quantitative easing causing a disappointment or too much quantitative easing causing a flattening of the forward yield curve which clubs the economy in the head?

  • Superstar

    Hi Prieur,

    Are you not dong ‘Postcards” anymore”. They’re very sporadic at best.

  • @Sheldon: Not when traveling. I’ve just walked into the office after two weeks away on business. Yes, I should’ve posted a notification. Apologies.

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