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Episode 701

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert celebrate the second day of 2015 with some regular guests who attempt to predict the big themes of the New Year. First, they talk to Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney.com about a printing press for wage earners and if we’re in a period of deglobalization. Mark McGowan, aka ‘The Artist Taxi Driver’, talks about UK General Election 2015, which political party is not in the pocket of the corporations and if the Met Police working with RBS on financial crime will lead to more or less in the New Year. Chris Powell of GATA.org discusses the CME’s letter to the CFTC exposing the central banks’ ‘volume discounts’ for their trading accounts. Finally, Reggie Middleton of BoomBustBlog.com and UltraCoin talks about the coming year as the one in which the blockchain technology is finally recognized as Internet 2.0 and whether or not IBM, and other share buybacking corporations like it, will just one day evaporate.