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Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Libyan expedition is the first shot in a global war

Marc Faber : I see that ten years ago a huge shift in the balance of the economic power begun from the western world notable from the US and western Europe to Asia and emerging economies , we have today in the goods market I am not talking about services because services are very difficult to measure but in the goods market the emerging economies are much much larger than western Europe and the US even combined , so this shift in the balance of economic power to emerging economies is accompanied by a shift in political and military power and that the west will not just set there and do nothing , I mean the Libyan expedition is the first shot , I think the western world want to control China by controlling the oil supplies from the middle east and then it will come to war and in war times the one thing you do not want to is in the US government debt bonds equities will do OK and precious metals and some commodities will do very well but I would prepare for the worst but when you think it is true in the worse scenario you do not want to be in Cash US Dollars and in the US Government bonds
- in CNBC

Contrarian Investor Dr.Marc Faber is an international investor known for his uncanny predictions of the stock market and futures markets around the world.

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