Keiser Report: Glass Floors & Ridiculous Charts
In this episode of the #KeiserReport, Max and Stacy discuss the #crybabies on #WallStreet instigating repo blowout to get some more free money from the Fed. While the central bank, as always, consoles those tantrum throwers, the Social Security Administration loses many billions of dollars annually in interest payments for every one percent cut to the interest rates – i.e. the rest of the population pays for all the coddling of Wall Street. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Michael Pento of PentoPort.com about repo markets, quantitative easing, crybaby bankers and winning (or losing) trade wars. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: GOLD: The Trust Anchor for Financial System (E1450)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the recent report from the Dutch National Bank explaining why it holds 615 tons of gold which the bank considers the ‘trust anchor for the financial system.’ This statement and others in the report could be yet another sign of the end of fiat. In the second half, Max interviews Michael Pento of PentoPort.com about the repo markets, gold, QE4, and more. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Will China announce it’s got 20,000 tons of gold? (E1449)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the financialized economy hitting the wall of reality where no innovation has been implemented in decades and all past wealth creation has been monetized and spent several times over. GE announces a freeze on pension benefits as one of the kings of throwing good capital at share buyback stock price manipulation schemes discovers it is nearly broke. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Alasdair Macleod of Goldmoney.com. In this segment, they discuss the rise of China, its large purchases of gold, and Alasdair’s belief that China may one day announce that it has over 20,000 tons of gold. Should Beijing do this, the dollar is toast, he says. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Debt is Money We Owe to Our (Future) Selves (E1448)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the debt that we used to owe to ourselves now coming due on a generation born well after the debt had even been conceived. As millennials are putting everyday items like sneakers and sweaters onto layaway plans and German banks pass negative interest rates onto their retail depositors, just how much more debt can we actually owe to ourselves, as Paul Krugman would suggest? In the second half, Max interviews Alasdair Macleod of Goldmoney.com about negative interest rates, debt we owe to ourselves, and an inflationary depression. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Surprise Billing (E1447)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the surprise billing bankrupting Americans who have to use the emergency room. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com about corruption and tech unicorns. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Velocity of Money at All Time Low (E1446)
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that house prices in Hong Kong and Paris reflect each other in having the biggest increase since the Global Financial Crisis in number of years required to afford. Is it any coincidence, therefore, that both have been hit with ongoing unrest? They also discuss the demands from politicians in the US that the Fed consider issuing a digital currency. In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com about the housing bubbles and the turmoil in the repo market. Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Get Off Zero (E1445)
On this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss how negative rates are rewriting the rules of modern finance, which has been built on the Black-Scholes model. As time must have a value for many of the pricing models to work, it is more difficult to price risk accurately. In the second half, Max continues his conversation with Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital. In this segment, they discuss illogical and crazy negative interest rates as evidence of kleptocracy, and why it is also a good reason to ‘get off zero’ in relation to bitcoin.