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Riding the Millennial Storm: Marc Faber's Path to Profit in the New Financial Markets
     

Riding the Millennial Storm: Marc Faber's Path to Profit in the New Financial Markets

by Mani Kiran
 

First-hand information about Dr. Doom's financial predictions for the millennium.

Dr. Marc Faber, a.k.a. Dr. Doom, offers here his financial ideas, theories, and predictions for the forthcoming millennium. Written by the ever entertaining and brilliant Nury Vittachi, this book offers a fascinating and unique insight into the eccentric world of Faber, the

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First-hand information about Dr. Doom's financial predictions for the millennium.

Dr. Marc Faber, a.k.a. Dr. Doom, offers here his financial ideas, theories, and predictions for the forthcoming millennium. Written by the ever entertaining and brilliant Nury Vittachi, this book offers a fascinating and unique insight into the eccentric world of Faber, the financial guru extraordinaire. The book also features a detailed portrait of Faber, the man, including insights into the unconventional way Faber conducts his research, his background, and his history of his winning and losing predictions.

Marc Faber, PhD (Hong Kong) is an investment advisor and publisher of the "Gloom, Boom, and Doom" Reports. Nury Vittachi (Hong Kong) is one of Asia's most popular writers and speakers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471832058
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/01/1998
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
6.38(w) x 9.33(h) x 1.01(d)

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Meet the Author

Dr. Marc Faber is a Hong Kong-based investment adviser and publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Reports. Faber formerly ran the Drexel Burnham Lambert office in Hong Kong but when it collapsed, he set up his own finance investment boutique. The plain speaking Faber is well-recognised as an expert on Emerging Markets and has been warning Asia for many years of its impending - and now current - financial crisis.

Nury Vittachi's father was a Muslim; his mother was a Buddhist; his uncle was a Brahmin; his wife is a Christian; his children wereadopted from a Chinese Taoist community; and his grandfather was standing next to Mahatma Gandhi at the moment the Hindu leader was assassinated. The richness of this background, and the clarity and humour of his delivery, has made him one of Asia's most popular writers and speakers. His major employers over the past 10 years have been the South China Morning Post and the Far Eastern Economic Review.

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