Biggest highlights from Barron’s Roundtable

There was a lot to digest in the Barron's Roundtable. Some of it was fluff. Some of it was ideology. Here are the comments I found the most interesting from the first part of this year's Barron's Investing Roundtable interview which was published today. I can't say agree with all of these comments. But, at the very least, they are something to noodle on.

Faber: But why is there leverage? It is a symptom of artificially low interest rates -- essentially zero interest rates ...


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