Marc Faber on Keynesian money printing, low inflation, bubbles

Marc Faber on Keynesian money printing, low inflation, bubbles. No direct mention of the EU but he states consumption in the US being at 70%. Compare that with the EU power house Germany at 40% consumption and 50% dependence on exports and compare that with the US share of just 14% for exports. Is a 50% export dependency sustainable? No, and the German taxpayer can and will continue to feel it by paying for the bailout of the bankrupt EU.

Here recent data about the German GDP (in German)

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