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Healthy retirement planning depends on asset allocation rather than on the performance of one single investment. For this reason, we recommend that you spread your investment capital around. However, don’t just spread your savings for the sake of diversification. Be sure your investments are safe and thoroughly discussed with a professional.
Swiss investor Marc Faber, editor and publisher of “The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report,” sees his role as matador to an overwrought bull market. Known as Dr. Doom for his perennially bearish outlook on the stock market, he is again predicting the Standard & Poor’s 500 is due for a 30% correction. Faber hasn’t been right in a long time though he lays claim to warning of the ’87 market crash and the 2008 financial crisis. He recently spoke by telephone with USA TODAY‘s Cameron Saucier. Here are his comments, edited for clarity and length:
China’s yuan is a growing force in global finance, more than doubling in use over the past year, according to a new study from the Institute of International Finance Thursday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 17000 for the first time after a rosy report on U.S. job creation helped reassure investors that economic growth can support stock benchmarks at all-time highs.
Microsoft today announced that it has enabled encryption protection on its consumer-oriented Outlook.com and OneDrive online services. These changes will help better protect customer data from electronic snooping and theft … by governmental agencies including the NSA.” (more…)