To little fanfare, unfortunately, it looks like the LvMI media team has posted the full video of Marc Faber's speech, "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, When is the Next AIG to Fall?" from last Saturday's Mises Circle in Manhattan, to their media page. You can find the video here: Marc Faber's speech video at Mises Media
Or, you can just watch the whole thing on YouTube, right here:
Remember, if you have trouble seeing the PowerPoint presentation that accompanies Faber's speech in the video, you can download your own copy and open it in a window side-by-side.
By the way, even if you aren't interested in economics, the video is worth watching if only for the free stand-up comedy act buried within. Faber really knows how to entertain a crowd. His opening remarks about being a young Wall Street analyst sent off to the Southeast Asian hinterlands -- and what finally convinced him to stay -- are classic! They're also wildly inappropriate for the culturally conservative, middle-aged LvMI-types populating his audience, which just made it and his other off-color remarks that much funnier. The man is bold in every sense of the word.