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CMKiwi    1,160

His main base is now in Bangkok but he does still have a place in the Gymkhana area....his wife also has land in Mae Rim.

 

Never met the guy but have spoken to his wife on many occassions.... she is a very lively and funny lady,

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LolaS    18
22 hours ago, mesquite said:

I know people who have talked to him in person, down at Linda's bar on Loi Kroh.  That was two years ago and I don't know if he hangs out down there anymore.

 

He likes to flirt and talk to the ladies.  Assuming your avatar is a current picture of you, I'm sure he'd love to talk to you about the market, cryptocurrencies, etc. 

but he is married

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Somnambulist    90
On 6/15/2015 at 10:19 AM, bangmai said:

Several months ago, they had Faber on CNBC, and replayed his bold doomsday predictions of the last five years. He couldn't have been more wrong.

Faber readily and often admits that he is a terrible market timer (Jim Rogers says the same thing), but that hasn't stopped both of them from worth listening to.  When gold went to $1,900 an ounce he (and Rogers, too) said it would be healthy for it to correct to 1,000 or 1,100.  No one else way saying that.  And they were right.  
He was also right about the tech bubble, although he did get out several years before the bubble burst.  

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ilostmypassword    6,237
1 hour ago, Somnambulist said:

Faber readily and often admits that he is a terrible market timer (Jim Rogers says the same thing), but that hasn't stopped both of them from worth listening to.  When gold went to $1,900 an ounce he (and Rogers, too) said it would be healthy for it to correct to 1,000 or 1,100.  No one else way saying that.  And they were right.  
He was also right about the tech bubble, although he did get out several years before the bubble burst.  

Eventually virtually every prediction you make about the direction of the market will come true. But timing is everything. A prediction that comes true several years late is worthless.

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lannarebirth    2,887
15 hours ago, Somnambulist said:

Faber readily and often admits that he is a terrible market timer (Jim Rogers says the same thing), but that hasn't stopped both of them from worth listening to.  When gold went to $1,900 an ounce he (and Rogers, too) said it would be healthy for it to correct to 1,000 or 1,100.  No one else way saying that.  And they were right.  
He was also right about the tech bubble, although he did get out several years before the bubble burst.  

It would be healthier still if Gold corrected to $900ish.

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lannarebirth    2,887

Anyhow, I enjoy Marc Faber's newsletter whenever anyone is kind enough to send it to me. I particularly enjoy the quotes and the charts.

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Gonzo the Face    2,261
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On 8/9/2017 at 7:54 AM, CMKiwi said:

His main base is now in Bangkok but he does still have a place in the Gymkhana area....his wife also has land in Mae Rim.

 

Never met the guy but have spoken to his wife on many occassions.... she is a very lively and funny lady,

Don't believe the rumor that when you say " I DO " that you loose your voice.   If you persist in believing that, I will introduce you to many, many wives that will prove that wrong.

 

WILL A MOD REMOVE THIS POST..... ATTACHED TO THE WRONG POST  THANKS

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Gonzo the Face    2,261
On 8/9/2017 at 6:49 PM, LolaS said:

but he is married

Don't believe the rumor that when you say " I DO " that you loose your voice.   If you persist in believing that, I will introduce you to many, many wives that will prove that wrong.

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