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Portable nuclear monetary policy (E1574)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the way monetary policy looks to an outsider watching the derangement of the rate setters who are seemingly on a suicide mission for the global fiat currency grid. They also look at the meltdown in the mall REITs as the pandemic puts an end to an already dying system, and at President Trump outsourcing socialism to Canada for pharmaceuticals. In the second half, Max interviews financial news journalist Daniela Cambone about the return of the bull market in gold. They discuss the mining sector, what it was like to cover gold during a six-year flat market, and whether or not the sky's the limit as there is no overhead resistance as gold passes $2,000 for the first time in history.

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