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Episode 441

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss that feeling you get when you’ve blown your life savings on a carnival game and all you have to show for it is a stuffed banana with dreadlocks and how the entire global financial system is not too dissimilar. They also note that those blowing their life savings on a rigged game, or stock market, always seem to turn to doubling down in a vain attempt to win back all that they lost. In the second half, Max talks to the author of Paper Money Collapse, Detlev Schlichter of DetlevSchlichter.com, about ECB policy, and the gold battle between Chinese housewives and Wall Street.

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