[KR960] Keiser Report: Coddled Banking Class

We discuss complacency and the “mother of all shorts,” as those who sicken of the calm, know the storm. In the second half, Max interviews Mark O’Byrne of GoldCore.com about the arrival of Nirp in Ireland and the return of high rental costs.


[KR959] Keiser Report: Lesser Evil Voting

We discuss the door opened to lesser evil as journalism collapses and neoliberalism dies. In the second half, Max interviews economist, Sandeep Jaitly, about negative rates, private placements and Trump’s gold standard plans.


Obama’s Former Doctor Says Hillary Should Have a Neurological Exam

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I don’t possess any more insight than you do regarding the medical condition of Hillary Clinton. However, what I do know is that given her age and health history asking questions about it is definitely not conspiracy theory. While hordes of pundits with no medical training claim otherwise, an increasing number of high profile doctors seem to agree with my obvious conclusion…

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Dear Millennials: If You Want to Escape Minimum Wage Debt-Serfdom…

Let’s start with the sobering reality that the Millennial generation faces economic challenges that are unique to this era: sky-high student loan debt, soaring costs for basics such as rent and healthcare, a stagnant neofeudal crony-cartel economy and an intellectually bankrupt status quo in thrall to failed ideologies: Keynesian Cargo Cult central banking, outdated models of capital and labor and an unthinking worship of debt-funded centralization as the “solution” to all social and economic ills.

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Manipulation May Not Succeed in Keeping Prices Lower For Much Longer – SD Market Wrap

What will be most interesting, will be market trading through Thursday. Precious metals are trying to put in an organic bottom and rally.  The dip buying proves this.  With signs that the physical market might be tightening and Indian buying about to rise, it’s not likely manipulation will succeed in keeping prices lower for much longer…

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Massive Debt Bubble in Ireland and Globally Sees Wealthy Diversify Into Gold

Mark O’Byrne, Research Director of GoldCore, was interviewed by Max Keiser about the arrival of negative interest rates in Ireland and Germany, the risk of bail-ins, the return of a rental and property bubble in Dublin, the Irish and global debt bubble and why wealthy individuals and institutions are diversifying into gold.

markobyrneMark O’Byrne interviewed by Max Keiser – Starts 12:24 – Watch here 

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Facebook Just Got a Whole Lot Creepier

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I’ve been creeped out by Facebook for a long time now. The following story takes it to another level.

From Fusion:

While some of these incredibly accurate friend suggestions are amusing, others are alarming, such as this story from Lisa*, a psychiatrist who is an infrequent Facebook user, mostly signing in to RSVP for events. Last summer, she noticed that the social network had started recommending her patients as friends—and she had no idea why.

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#Bitland puts Land Rights on the Blockchain with the Cadastral Coin

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The Challenge

Securing property rights and modernizing land administration is central to many developing nation’s social and economic development. Countries that would benefit from blockchain technology experience many issues related to contradictory legal and administrative decisions that contribute to land insecurity and undermine citizen’s confidence in state institutions. In Nicuragua alone, it was once estimated that over one third of rural land was held without a clear title.

Land conflicts due to overlapping claims are numerous. Long-term insecurity of land ownership poses particular challenges to agricultural growth, natural resource preservation, and social fairness and cohesion. Read more ›


Central Banks = Welfare for the Wealthy

The fact that central banks provide welfare for the wealthy is now entering the mainstream. The fact that all central bank policies since 2008 have dramatically increased wealth and income inequality is now grudgingly being accepted as reality by mainstream economists and the financial media.

The central banks’ PR facade of noble omniscience on behalf of the great unwashed masses has cracked wide open. Even The Wall Street Journal is publishing critiques of Federal Reserve policies that suggest the Fed has no idea how the U.S. economy actually works because their policies have failed to help the bottom 95%.

The grudging admission that central bank policies have enriched the rich while failing to benefit the bottom 95% is a breakthrough–the stone wall of denial has finally been pierced.

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“Why Case Against Gold Is Wrong” – James Rickards

James Rickards, geopolitical and monetary expert and best selling author of the ‘The New Case for Gold’ considered today ‘the case against gold’ in best selling UK financial publication Money Week.

Rickards debunks the most commonly held arguments against gold including that gold does not have a yield, there is not being enough gold to support the monetary and financial system and that gold “cannot support the growth of world trade and commerce because it doesn’t grow fast enough.”

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Rickards begins his article by recapping gold’s recent price history and why it appears undervalued now:

… I want to take a look at the case against gold. Starting from a low of about $250 per ounce in mid-1999, gold staged a spectacular rally of over 600%, to about $1,900 per ounce, by August 2011. Unfortunately, that rally looked increasingly unstable towards the end.

Gold was about $1,400 per ounce as late as January 2011. Almost $500 per ounce of the overall rally occurred in just the last seven months before the peak. That kind of hyperbolic growth is almost always unsustainable.

Sure enough, gold fell sharply from that peak to below $1,100 per ounce by July 2015. It still shows a gain of about 350% over 15 years. But gold’s lost nearly 40% over the past four years. Those who invested during the 2011 rally are underwater, and many have given up on gold in disgust. For long-time observers of gold markets, sentiment has been the worst they’ve ever seen.

Yet it’s in times of extreme bearish sentiment that outstanding investments can be found – if you know how and where to look.

There’s already been a change in the winds for gold so far this year.

James Rickards said recently that gold has the “chart of the decade” and made a strong case, based on ‘maths’ and on gold’s small above ground supplies and meager annual production versus surging money supply growth, why he believes gold will rise to $10,000 per ounce. Read More


BlockPay announces next steps after the end of Pre-ICO

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WOW, what a week! BlockPay Pre-ICO skyrocketed and successfully raised more than 850 Bitcoin (approximately 485k USD in time of writing) within the first 5 days. Supercharged Christoph Hering , CEO & Co-Founder of Bitshares Munich, the company behind BlockPay and Echo explains the next steps for his company in this exclusive interview.

“We are super excited about the big success of the BlockPay Pre-ICO and want to thank all our early supporters and BlockPay holders! We are now moving forward and launching BlockPay “S” in the Google Play store and BlockPay for Odoo beginning September 2016.” says Christoph. Read more ›


Obama Will Leave $20 Trillion Debt Crisis For Clinton Or Trump

President Obama is set to leave a massive near $20 trillion debt crisis for his successor – be that Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

The U.S. national debt reached $19.5 trillion last week and has been increasing by roughly $1 trillion a year during his Presidency and during the so called “recovery” as the U.S. government continues to spend money like a drunken sailor.

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During Obama’s presidency, the total national debt has risen from $10.6 trillion to nearly $20 trillion – see Debt Clock here. There is also the not insignificant matter of the between $100 trillion and $150 trillion in unfunded liabilities – for medicare, medicaid and social security. Read More…


This Is The Peak

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Precious metals dealer and monetary historian Mike Maloney is quite confident the liquidity-driven ‘recovery’ created by the world’s central banks is now over. In his estimation, the path ahead is one of accelerating descent into inevitable currency destruction.

As he predicts:

This is the peak – we have passed the peak of the bubble. It’s now deflating. There is usually a little tiny roll over and then a huge crash. And the little tiny roll over is just starting right now. We are seeing it first in the top end (like luxury real estate), where the currency that was created by the central banks went to that 0.1% first.

Within the next few years you are going to see probably the greatest crash in history. I have often said that the crisis of 2008 was just a speed bump on the way to the main event. We are in the process right now of seeing this unwind.

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