"I think we face a global slowdown in world economies and disappointing corporate results and would not be surprised to see a decline in indices of, say, 20 percent," said Faber in an interview with financial publication CNBC.
"It's not a big drop. If you take such a decline does not necessarily get out of bed in the morning, "says the specialist.
In mid-September broader index S & P 500 peaked at a level of 1 475.51 points, while the blue-chip Dow rose 661.87 points to 13.
Decrease of 20% from these levels translates to drop to 1,180 points for the S & P 500 and 10,930 points.
Despite the expected third wave of Fed stimulus, Faber does not believe that monetary incentives alone will affect the extent of the economy.
They can cause side effects, but not empirically proven that throwing so much money in the system to solve the problems her.
Marc Faber is a great contrarian investor and publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report. He is well known for his accurace predictions of stock market crashes and other correct calls on different investment assets.