by Jeff Cox of CNBC
Investor "euphoria" is taking stocks higher but eventually will be their undoing, market bear Marc Faber told CNBC.
The author of the widely followed Gloom Boom & Doom Report said the current rally, which has seen the Standard & Poor's 500 gain more than 5 percent in 2013 and 12 percent since its November 2012 low, is getting tired and will run out of steam soon.
"We are very overbought, but it is also possible that we have a mild correction in February and then a further increase in stock prices," Faber said on "Closing Bell."
He added it would be "something that would be similar to '87 where in the first half of the year until August the market went up by 41 percent (only) to lose 40 percent in months in October and November. So it's a possibility that we have a lot of volatility this year in equity prices..."
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