Marc Faber claims to have been riding the bull market from 2009 onward. Faber explains that June of next year will mark the 5th anniversary of the economic recovery - much longer than any average recovery.
Faber believes strongly that the market is now overbought and that the chances of a market correction continues to rise as the market climbs.
The major US indices are now up 3 times since the lows of March 2009.
Jim Sinclair of JSMineset.com, believes that by 2016, "Gold will be $3,200 to $3,500 an ounce." And that by 2020, Sinclair predicts, "Emancipated gold will be $50,000 per ounce."
Sinclair believes all paper currency will come into question and that investing in the GLD is the easy way of investing in gold. Unfortunately, as Sinclair explains, the easy way is the wrong way. He continues to preach ownership of physical gold.
Alan Greenspan is widely believed to have laid the groundwork for the greatest Recession in US history by keeping interest rates too low for too long. His role in continually reducing regulation on banks is believed by many to have been paramount in leading to the crisis.
The Pope and Vladimir Putin have both expressed major concern over the practice of unconventional oil and gas exploration, specifically 'fracking'. Putin has been quick to criticize American firms operating in South America.
There is currently $4 trillion on the Fed's balance sheet, which is growing at roughly $83 billion per month.
SkyBridge Capital founder and managing partner, Anthony Scaramucci, believes the Federal Reserve will keep rates low to fight unemployment and hold the bonds it has purchased for years into the future.
Scaramucci cites the lowest labour participation rate in 35 years, combined with non-existent wage growth.