Keiser Report |Telling the Truth About Financial Pandemic

In this episode of Keiser Report from Las Vegas, Max and Stacy discuss the Secretary of State accusing Iran of covering up the truth about the coronavirus outbreak in their country. Meanwhile, JP Morgan claims they will soon access the Fed’s emergency lending facility only to ‘reduce the stigma’ so that other banks are not afraid to use it. They also discuss the cobalt crisis emerging as electric vehicle sales takeoff. In the second half, Max interviews early bitcoin adopter and now suddenly controversial altcoin promoter, Trace Mayer, about the bitcoin market.
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In this episode of Keiser Report from Las Vegas, Max and Stacy discuss the latest marketing technique for a big chain furniture retailer hoping to lure customers by paying them for their time to travel to the box shop. They also discuss the cobalt crisis emerging as electric vehicle sales takeoff. In the second half, Max interviews Willy Woo of Adaptive Fund about chain analysis and price predictions in the bitcoin space.
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In this episode of Keiser Report from Las Vegas, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that Democratic frontrunner, Bernie Sanders, has chosen to ignore the role of the central bank and fiat money in creating the explosion in the wealth and income gap. They look at the data proving that the discontented voters are right and the academic economists are wrong . . . the cost in time of the average middle class lifestyle has, indeed, increased. In the second half, Max interviews Alexander Liegl of Layer1 about the company’s plans for bitcoin mining in Texas and the importance of bringing hash power to America and away from China.


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In this episode of Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that the Fed’s ‘Cantillon Effect’ has allowed many tens of billionaires to shower the deplorables with seemingly generous donations. When looked at a little closer, they buying themselves a great deal of positive publicity with the deplorables’ own money . . . free money from the central banks. In the second half, Max interviews James Howard Kunstler, author of the new book, ‘Living in the Long Emergency’, a follow up to his 2005 smash-hit, ‘The Long Emergency’. They discuss ‘peak oil’ and cheap credit.