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Saturday, May 28, 2011

The deficits will stay very high and they will lead to very high inflation rates most likely hyperinflation

Marc Faber : "...we had a huge run in asset prices , from the lows in March 2009 until recently , I do not think they will continue to go up a lot , I rather think that QE2 will come to an end that we will have a correction and then we will have more money printing but it may not help the economy at all ""...I think what will happen is that these deficits will stay very high and that they will lead to very high inflation rates most likely hyperinflation not tomorrow but over time , all I can say is I travel a lot and I am surprised that the US can publish a consumer price index of two percent when everything I see is up significantly in price not a little bit , significantly and so I think here the rate of inflation has to be closer between 5 and 10 percent ,in my opinion closer to ten percent than five percent ,and elsewhere I also see prices going up substantially and so the potential for high inflation is actually there ....."
in Bloomberg TV

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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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