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21 Aug, 2014 06:36

Episode 643

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert imagine a 3D-printed lawyer glut and bankers having their way with subprime mortgage bonds and then dumping them on unsuspecting pension funds. In the second half, Max interviews Jim Rickards, author of “Currency Wars” and “The Death of Money,” about the financial environment looking a whole lot like 1987 when markets tumbled by 22 percent in a day. They also discuss whether San Diego leveraging up on risk, or Japan running out of steam, could be the trigger for the big sell-off.