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Keiser Report

Markets! Finance! Scandal! Keiser Report is a no holds barred look at the shocking scandals behind the global financial headlines. From the collusion between Wall Street and Capitol Hill to the latest banking crime wave, from bogus government economic statistics to rigged stock markets, nothing escapes the eye of Max Keiser, a former stockbroker, inventor of the virtual specialist technology and co-founder of the Hollywood Stock Exchange. With the help of Keiser's co-host, Stacy Herbert, and guests from around the world, Keiser Report tells you what is really going on in the global economy.

Aug 17, 2019 07:58

Could US rates go negative?

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy ask whether or not US rates could go negative. In Denmark, where households carry the highest debt to income ratio in the OECD, even mortgage rates have gone negative! In the second half, Max talks to Karl Denninger of Market-Ticker.org about negative yields, long duration bonds, and what the future looks like with both in hand.

Aug 15, 2019 06:52

Red queens and looking glasses (E1423)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that the Fed is stuck in a rate-cutting box of its own design because we’ve gone through the looking glass and ‘here’ you have to run just to keep in the same place. There is an ever-increasing quantity of debt required to keep GDP in the same place and, so, the Fed must print, and print, and print to avoid the economy collapsing. In the second half, Max interviews Randy Voller, former head of the Democratic Party in North Carolina, about the economic policies so far presented by candidates for the party’s 2020 nomination.

Aug 13, 2019 06:38

Dotcom moment for bonds (E1422)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the bond market going parabolic, looking a whole lot like the dotcom bubble of the late 1990s. In just one week, the pile of negative yielding debt grew by $1 trillion, 97% of all of Germany’s €1.3 trillion in debt is negative and total global sovereign debt now stands at $55 trillion. In the second half, Max interviews Egon von Greyerz of GoldSwitzerland.com about the $15 trillion in negative yielding bonds and what it means for the gold markets going forward.

Aug 10, 2019 09:34

‘Those people’ (E1421)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss Bernie Sanders taking a trip to Canada in order to make a point about predatory pharmaceutical prices in the US. They also discuss Democrat-leaning media sorts continuing to talk about ‘those people,’ the ‘deplorables’ who voted for Trump. In the second half, Max continues his talk with Marshall Auerback, a research associate at the Levy Institute, about the various economic policies being proposed by Democratic presidential candidates, from reparations and drastic cuts the military to a Teddy Roosevelt-style trust-busting plan.

Aug 8, 2019 07:32

Monopoly crisis and negative yielding debt (E1420)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss America’s monopoly crisis hitting the military, and Huawei’s superiority in 5G is the canary in the monopoly coal mine. They also discuss the white collar criminal defense lawyers getting laid off as prosecutions plunge. In the second half, Max talks to Marshall Auerback, Research Associate at the Levy Institute, about negative yielding debt, how big it can grow, and the problem with Universal Basic Income (UBI) as a solution to the problems in our economy.

Aug 6, 2019 09:22

Fed chaos & gold’s breakout

Max and Stacy discuss the reasons behind gold’s breakout, and it has a lot to do with the central bank induced chaos. They also look at the companies with the most debt in the US. Max talks to Michael Pento of PentoPort.com about the $14 trillion (and rising) pile of negative yielding sovereign debt. They also discuss the gold market and JP Morgan’s report for their private wealth clients recommending they sell dollars and buy gold, Swiss francs, sterling, and Chinese renminbi.