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As is generally the case, Dr. That means the Middle East will blow up. New regimes there will be less Western-friendly. The only way for the West to contain China is to control the oil tap in the Middle East. Bill Gross Founder, Pimco: Is it positive for stocks?
It is very positive for stocks and negative for bonds, because debt will grow dramatically. There will be massive monetization of debt. Brian Rogers Chairman, T.
Felix Zulauf Zulauf Asset Management: Unused capacity in an economy can be directed to the defense and war industry. That will be paid for by new government debt, and that keeps the economy growing.
Scott Black President, Delphi: War takes place today in cyberspace and in terrorist space. Faber has also expressed his views on prior occasions, suggesting that World War III is an inevitable outcome when nations begin to default on trillions of dollars worth of debt whether by refusing to pay or simply easing their monetary supply.
In August of Faber urged his subscribers to begin making preparations for worst case scenarios: In his latest GBD Report, Faber again advises those with the means to do it, to leave urban areas and seek safety in rural, country areas, preferably farms, and to be prepared to defend that land in the event the worst happens: Faber has an interesting suggestion for investors if the plunge comes to pass.
With tongue apparently in cheek, he says buy a farm you can tend to yourself way out in the boondocks. And protect it with high voltage fences, barbed wire, booby traps, military weapons and Dobermans.
While several members of the Roundtable disagree with the idea that a conventional global war is out of the question, suggesting instead that conflicts will be dealt with through air superiority and in cyberspace in itself a potentially catastrophic battlefield for modern civilizationthey are ignoring the real possibility that an attack on Iran, or even a rogue attack against Europe or the United States, could escalate to such a level that China or Russia would have no choice but to get involved.
Twice just in the last century. Not many people would have believed it prior to either. But within just a few short months of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in late June of that year, millions were dead and the Western front had extended hundreds of miles across Europe to the North Sea.
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