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Are negative interest rates signaling population decline? (E1435)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the hedge fund that’s complaining more people aren’t more bearish, while pointing at stock market prices as if they were still real and as if we all still lived in a world before all the financial fakery – from fake money to algorithmic trading. They also look at the numbers proving that the bottom half of all US households have 32 percent less wealth than in 2003, while the top one percent have more than twice as much as they did then. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Roy Sebag of Goldmoney.com about negative interest rates – what is the invisible hand argument? What if negative interest rates are telling us that we are going to see a rapid decline in the world’s population? It would be the ‘invisible hand solution’ to the wealth inequality problem.

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