November 20, 2009
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Much wisdom here Fool, much much wisdom...
Marc Faber goes on Bloomberg to give us his gloomy but realistic outlook on the economy.
Thanks for sharing.
This was my first time listening to Mr. Faber and his POV on the situation. It was very interesting.
I'm surprised this only got 3 recs. I thought it was worthy of many more.
Has anyone caught on yet that these commentators/analysts are running promotional campaigns with every appearance. They are promoting their own causes...not working with anyone to resolve anything. They're self-interested preservationists/opportunists.
What a joke all these clown are. They use fear and loathing to move markets into their own favor, just like Al Gore with his "Inconvenient Truth." The inconvenient truth is that Al and all of his ilk, whether they be the ones "who called the collapse" or whatever, are taking advantage of their 15 minutes of fame to drive all the little sheep in the direction they want, so they can "clean up."
It's so obvious, I don't know how anyone can allow themselves to be duped by these guys and the Meredith Whitney's of the world. True, our governments are no better...and we shouldn't be swallowing the swill they're releasing to the public either.
It's time to think independently people. Don't you realize that noone is gunning for you, except maybe those who are making capitalism work by providing truly useful guidance (like the Fool)?
Think for yourselves. Use logic. Use common sense. Use your brains. Don't follow the "profits."
prose976 - tell me, enlightened one: how do you know the Fool is selflessly serving your interests and Marc Faber isn't?
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