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Marc Faber video interview

Update: The video this post refers to is no longer available at the Howestreet.com web site.

We've tracked down another Marc Faber video interview from the Howestreet.com archives for you instead. Here is Marc Faber in a 2005 interview, discussing his book, Tomorrow's Gold: Asia's Age of Discovery with Sterling Faux on the Corus Radio Network.

You will have to select the Windows Media Player option in order to play the interview; the pop-up window player options no longer seem to work. Enjoy.

For more recent posts on Marc Faber, including interviews and commentary, see the results from our Marc Faber blog search.

Marc Faber speaks about geopolitics, monetary policy and commodity prices in a video monologue brought to us by howestreet.com. Highly recommended. Just click the link and you will see the interview link with Faber at the top of the main page.

The video will automatically open up in a seperate media player window when you select an interview. If the video stops to buffer the connection half way through, just press stop and play it again - it will continue to load the rest of the content and starting the video over helps.

You can also open any interview in your own Windows Media Player by selecting the location link from the site's media player (right click anywhere on their media player and select "properties" to see the address) and pasting it to the "Open Url" box under the "File" heading of Windows Media Player's command toolbar.

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