"You have the 10-year note at less than 1.5% and you have stocks like JNJ yielding almost 4%,"...

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"You have the 10-year note at less than 1.5% and you have stocks like JNJ yielding almost 4%," says Marc Faber, making the case for stocks over bonds. "If you have a time horizon of 10 years, I believe you're going to make more money in JNJ than you will in (Treasurys)."