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Episode 315

­In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert discuss how market participants are never more than a few milliseconds away from the next act of fraud and how a teaspoon of collateral leads to economic martial law. They also discuss German economists proposing that the wealthy be forced to buy bonds, while in Spain the government and EU force bank losses on cooks and pensioners. In the second half of the show, oil analyst Chris Cook about how, despite sanctions, oil will always find a home; the Enron technique of pre-pay now being used by Enron's former counterparts; and how stability is death for the oil market middlemen.

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