Keiser Report: QE, Not QE and Pandemic, Not Pandemic

In this episode of Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that the coronavirus proves that the global economy died in 2008 and has been embalmed in ever-increasing quantities of freshly printed money. The fact that commerce, trade, and economic activity can collapse while markets continue the relentless march higher shows there is no correlation between the two. In the second half, Max interviews podcaster Peter McCormack of What Bitcoin Did and now also Defiance. They discuss Peter’s journey to Venezuela where he traveled to see for himself whether or not bitcoin can solve any of their problems.
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n this episode of Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max and Stacy discuss the markets rallying on horrible coronavirus news as bad news continues to be the greatest news of all as investors bet that the central bank will come to the rescue with more free cash. They also look at the state of Utah sending employees all the way to Mexico in order to benefit from the lower pharmaceutical prices that the Mexican state negotiates with Big Pharma. In the second half, Max interviews Jose Rodriguez of Talent-Land.mx about the gathering of 70,000 people in Guadalajara to change the world with talent.

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n this episode of Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max and Stacy discuss the nearly 2 kilo gold bar stolen from Montezuma, dropped by the conquistadors in 1520 and found under a road in Mexico City nearly 500 years later. They compare this to the fiat conquistadors who ransack our individual sovereignty and wealth, using paper derivatives and debt. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Jose Rodriguez of Talent-Land.mx about the latest happening in the bitcoin community in Mexico, as well as the overall economy.

Also: (Max Keiser) – Keiser Report: Curbing Crime to Boost the Economy


In this episode of Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max and Stacy discuss a report arguing that cutting violent crime in Mexico could boost GDP growth. They wonder if this would work in the U.S. and Europe by cutting financial crimes and weaponized derivatives. They also note a recent Gallup poll puts Trump’s approval ratings on the economy at a hard to beat 60%. In the second half, Max interviews John Ackerman, a professor and journalist, about the new government in Mexico and what they can do to help the economy and foster innovation.