Episode 711

In this Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the significance of Teotihuacan to the modern era of the semi-divine elite hoarding wealth during a time of financial crop failures and lending droughts. In the second half, Max interviews media, retail and banking tycoon, Ricardo Salinas Pliego, about ending prohibition, a plethora of ideas at the Festival of Ideas and the news business mantra of “if it bleeds, it leads”, leading to Mexico's bad PR. Finally, Max puts him in the ‘shark tank’ to pitch Mexico to China which has $250 billion to spend in the region.