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Gloom Boom Doom Marc Faber’s newsletter is my go to source for macro economic commentary. It’s for big picture investors. In interviews Faber is quite bombastic and makes headline grabbing statements – eg – “in the end we’re all doomed!” However, the newsletter is much more subdued. It basically contains a lot of macro commentary and charts. He’ll track things like government transfer payments or jobless claims. Unless you’re interested in macroeconomics you will find this letter boring. He does not offer many “picks.” On the last two pages of his newsletter, he’ll usually talk about a position or two… Read more »

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