“One day this whole credit bubble will be deflated very badly – you are going to experience a complete implosion of all asset prices and the credit system…”
Marc Faber was in fine form at the CLSA Investor Forum, dispensing his trademark gloom and doom. The final keynote was a tour de force of the history of debt, asset bubbles and financial markets in the 20th and 21st centuries.
“Unlike the ’50s and ’70s when there was relatively less overall debt, a financial market crash did not inflict great damage on the economy.
Debt levels are significantly higher these days, and so a market crash can inflict serious damage on economies.
We’ve gone through a period of huge asset inflation, in stocks, bonds, commodities, and real estate, and we essentially now have in the world, a huge asset bubble.
So everything is grossly inflated.”
In addition there has since 2007 been:
“colossal asset inflation” in high-end goods…
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- Marc Faber : The danger is that the whole financial system could blow up due to the huge amount of derivatives still outstanding
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