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Something happened in 1971 (E1352)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss how US workers stopped being compensated for their increased productivity only once the US went off the gold standard and there was no longer any honest way to gauge value. In the second half, Max interviews Richard Field, Author of Transparency Games: How Bankers Rig the World of Finance, about Deutsche Bank’s black box of derivatives.

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