Keiser Report | From Lost Generation to Last Generation

In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the ongoing stock market volatility and the emergency rate cuts. They ask whether or not Trump will be forced to introduce an FDR like jobs program if the pandemic continues to force social distancing measures which shut down businesses. In the second half, Max interviews Craig Hemke of TFMetals.com about what might happen as markets continue to unwind and the era of the ‘Fed Put’ comes to an end. They also discuss the Trump administration planning a ‘universal basic income’ for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.
See Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report | Looking Very 1929


In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the ongoing stock market crash and subsequent historic rallies rhyming a whole lot like the 1929 crash. Will a Great Depression follow? And after the crash? What will happen to the standing of the US when it is China coming to the rescue of Italy, France and Spain with medical supplies airlifted in to help them through coronavirus (Covid-19)? In the second half, Max interviews John Rubino of DollarCollapse.com about the crisis in the stock markets and what amazing things the central banks might ultimately invent to try to stop that which they have created. And is the end game a fiat collapse?
Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report | The End of the PetroDollar System?


In this final episode of the Keiser Report from Los Angeles, Max and Stacy discuss the comment made by Roy Sebag of GoldMoney.com that the start of the oil price war by Saudi Arabia marks the end of the petrodollar system. In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com to discuss how the Fed tried to taper a ponzi scheme and failed. With markets now being hit by extreme volatility, Feierstein forecasts what to look out for in global equity markets, as debt unwinds and panic sets in.
Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report | Thinking Exponentially


In this final episode of Keiser Report from Los Angeles, Max and Stacy discuss the exponential growth in debt and dollars that preceded the pandemic sweeping through some of the world’s major economies. They discuss the oil and stock market collapses that started off the week and where this volatility might take us. In the second half, Max interviews Professor Steve Keen, author of ‘Debunking Economics’, about how the world needs to start thinking exponentially. And fast. As the novel coronavirus spreads through major economies, most are unaccustomed to thinking in exponential terms, so will be unprepared for how quickly society will be overwhelmed by economic and health disaster. The only way to stop exponential growth like this is to practice extreme social distancing, immediately.