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Marc Faber’s predictions for 2010: Stock volatility and U.S. bond collapse

I’m trying to collate 2010 predictions from those analysts I most respect.  I’ve already linked to Keen’s in a previous post (essentially he is predicting Japanese style stag-deflation, with a possible dramatic second leg down in stocks, similar to the Great Depression). 

By way of contrast, this is Marc Faber’s:

-A stronger dollar.
-The U.S. market will outperform emerging markets for the first half of 2010, but stocks and associated indices will then likely have 10-20% correction, followed by another rally.
-The worst thing you can do for a long-term buy is purchase U.S. Treasuries.
-The private sector is de-leveraging while the government levers up. This process is expected to continue.

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