Stock markets have already digested a significant amount of very bad news, so there's no reason...
Stock markets have already digested a significant amount of very bad news, so there's no reason to fear an impending collapse, says Marc Faber. A rare turn for the uber-bear, who's know for his dire predictions. "My view is simply: relax." We have major support going back to August 2010, and even if the S&P does manage to drop, the Fed will just step in with another round of quantitative easing.
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