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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Marc Faber points at bubbles

Marc Faber in The Dow Jones all time high and the coming correction! :

Bubble trouble

I hope that everybody understands that this is in the long run a suicidal monetary policy because it leads to one asset bubble after another. So, after the NASDAQ in 2000 and housing in 2005/2006, where is the next big bubble going to occur? In my opinion, two asset classes stand out as asset bubble candidates: grains and Asian assets.

Wheat and corn have led the grain and agricultural commodities price advance over the last two months. But now, it is very likely that the entire sector including especially soybeans, sugar, coffee, and cattle, will follow. Other 'bubble candidates', are Asian currencies, stocks, and real estate prices.


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