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[KR804] Keiser Report: Stop What’s That Sound? Falling Markets!

We discuss the return of fear as global stock markets begin to wobble. We also examine the role of central banks in performing magic tricks that are far too convincing, thus conning investors to misallocate capital. In the second half, Max interviews investment banker and author Chris Whalen about global stock markets and the perhaps unpayable debts of many nations, states and municipalities around the world – including Puerto Rico and Chicago.

[KR803] Keiser Report: Invasive species & ‘Satoshi Forest’

We discuss invasive species and American seniors heading to Mexico for low-cost dental care. In the second half, Max interviews Jason King of SeansOutpost.com – aka ‘Satoshi Forest’.

[KR802] Keiser Report: BP settlements & Uber’s profit

We discuss BP settlements, fracking abandonments and Uber’s balance sheet. In the second half, Max interviews ‘America’s Lawyer’ Mike Papantonio about Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder and the failure of the left and progressive wing in America.

[KR801] Keiser Report: Fraud in Miami

On the beach in Miami, we ask Reggie Middleton whether Miami really is the fraud capital of America. In the second half, Max continues his interview of Steve Dibert of MFI-Miami.com about mojitos, fraud arbitrage and whatever happened to Mers.

[KR800] Keiser Report: Competition Coming from Cuba

We discuss Miami’s fear of that good old capitalist thing – competition – coming from Cuba. The city is struggling to find sand in order to compete with the finer beaches of their new friend and competitor. In the second half, Max interviews Steve Dibert of MFI-Miami.com about mojitos, fraud arbitrage and whatever happened to Mers.

[KR799] Keiser Report: $32 trillion in pointless trading

We discuss the $32 trillion in pointless trading each and every year, which results in bankers and brokers getting rich at the expense of churned chumps. In the second half, Max interviews Janet Tavakoli of Tavakoli Structured Finance about the latest use of derivatives to transfer wealth from the general fool public.

[KR798] Keiser Report: They Replaced the Tommy Gun with the Derivatives Market

We discuss the very un-Norman Rockwell-like shakedowns of poor communities across America resulting in the increasing confrontations between the police sent to collect for local bankrupt communities and the poor suckers who are plundered. In the second half, Max continues his conversation with Mike “Mish” Shedlock, of globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com, about Chicago’s junk debt situation.

The Labour Purge Is Underway, And They’ve Banned Me From Voting Corbyn

StartCOIN — an Altcoin for Crowdfunding and More

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Ring of Fire Radio ‏@ringoffireradio Pap w/@maxkeiser: Bankster Parasites Are Taking Over The World

[KR797] Keiser Report: Hot show in the ‘great state of Chicago’

We discuss the ‘great manufacturing meltdown’ in the ‘great state of Chicago.’ In the second half, Max is joined by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock of globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com to discuss Chicago’s junk debt situation. They also explore the economics of renting designer handbags…!

[KR796] Keiser Report: ‘See wealth, think debt that financed it’ (Summer Solutions)

We are joined by Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney.com (and Bitgold.com) and Ben Dyson of PositiveMoney.com to propose solutions to the problems presented by private banks creating money by issuing loans. Macleod suggests BitGold as a possible solution to not only our current monetary woes, but as a solution to gold’s Gresham problem.