In this New Year’s Eve episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy discuss the outlook for 2017: from Trump’s first 100 hours, not days to fake news and a market crash following the biggest rally since Hoover. In the second half Max is joined by Gerald Celente of trendsjournal.com to discuss the big trends of 2017: Rustbelt 2.0, economic disorder and ‘Sell, Buy China’.
So you say you want a revolution? Well don’t worry, it’s already happening and it has nothing whatsoever to do with the political game that the ruling oligarchs entice you to play once every four years. As the radical decentralization transforms the economy and finance and manufacturing and the media itself, the only question is whether or not you’re taking part in it. Yes, the revolution is happening, and no, it will not be televised.
At the beginning of this year, Gerald Celente, the publisher of the Trends Journal, put out a magazine cover that predicted the “Panic of 2016.” How close are we to the “panic”? Celente says, “We are at the doorstep, and it’s ready to go. Look at gold prices. Look at how they have been going up. They are up 28% year to date. I ask people, would you buy a bond where you know you are going to get less back than what you paid for it in 10 years? Or, do you think gold prices will be higher in 10 years than they are now? That’s why you are seeing gold as the safe haven.”
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Fed pushing us to financial catastrophe worse than 2008 – billionaire investor.
Since the crash of 2008, the world economy seemed to be slowly getting back on track. However, more and more voices – among our guests as well – are warning the public about a looming cataclysm in the financial world. How damaging will the new collapse be? What is leading the world into a global turmoil? And when the flames rise up, is there going to be anyone this time to pull the international community away from the brink of global war? We ask a legend in the world of investment, a co-founder of Quantum Fund – Jim Rogers is on Sophie&Co today.
In this video Luke Rudkowski and Jeff Berwick travel down to Caracas Venezuela to give you a report on how people live in socialism. We not only give you a detailed update on life in Caracas but a complete social and economic breakdown of the situation on the ground.
Stefan Molyneux and G. Edward Griffin discuss the basics of the central banking scheme, the secrecy which went into the creation of the Federal Reserve System in the United States, why central banking is important, the true nature of the income tax, the government control of currency interest rates, the erosion of market signals by government policies, the possibility of a cashless society, the similarity between the Republican/Democrat establishment and the dangers of collectivism.