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Max Keiser

Timothy Maxwell “Max” Keiser (born January 23, 1960) is an American broadcaster and film maker. He hosts Keiser Report, a financial program broadcast on Russian state media channel RT. Until November 2012, Keiser anchored On the Edge, a program of news and analysis hosted by Iran’s Press TV.

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Want Widespread Prosperity? Radically Lower Costs

It’s easy to go down the wormhole of complexity when it comes to figuring out why our economy is stagnating for the bottom 80% of households. But it’s actually not that complicated: the primary driver of stagnation, decline of small business start-ups, etc. is costs are skyrocketing to the point of unaffordability. As I have pointed out many times, history is unambiguous regarding the economic foundations of widespread...

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Thanksgiving Dinner Is Not Usually Served On A Silver Platter But This Year We May See Just That

In November of 2015 when silver was bottoming, we all had to endure 15 consecutive days of pure disgust: 2016 was not quite as bad, but not any easier: Which brings us to November 2017: Notice the theme here. Silver bottomed in 2015. In 2016, silver began (or resumed) its bull market. This is further supported by the huge moves on the 2016 chart above. This is because, generally speaking, in bull markets, the biggest...

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Money and Markets Infographic Shows Silver Most Undervalued Asset

Money and Markets Infographic Shows Silver Most Undervalued Asset – Silver remains severely under owned and under valued asset – Entire silver market worth tiny $100 billion shown in one tiny square – “All of the World’s Money and Markets in One Visualization”– Must see ‘Money and Markets’ infographic shows relative size of key markets: silver bullion, gold bullion, cryptocurrencies/ bitcoin, largest companies, 50 richest...

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The Great Retirement Con

The Great Retirement Con 40 years ago, a grand experiment was embarked upon. One that promised US workers: Using new ‘defined contribution’ retirement savings vehicles such as IRAs and 401k,, they’d be better off when they reached retirement age. Which raises a simple but very important question: How have things worked out? The answer? Not well at all for the vast majority of Americans, for whom “retirement” will remain...

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Today No Metals Die: Gold & Silver Prices Rise To Finish The Week Strong

It’s nice to see a volume spike on the bid side for a change: We have been saying for weeks now, and probably sound like a broken record, that sooner or later the open interest has to come down. There are two ways it can come down, by a brute force paper dump and then the bullion banking cartel, also known as the commercials, step in and buy back all those contracts they sold short. The other way is just to buy them...

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The Demise of Dissent: Why the Web Is Becoming Homogenized

We’ve all heard that the problem with the web is fake news, i.e. unsubstantiated or erroneous content that’s designed to mislead or sow confusion. The problem isn’t just fake news–it’s the homogenization of the web, that is, the elimination or marginalization of independent voices of skepticism and dissent. There are four drivers of this homogenization: 1. The suppression of dissent under the guise of ridding the web of...

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New Fed Chief Powell – A “Swamp Critter Extraordinaire”

– Is the New Fed Chief Jeremy Powell a “Swamp Critter Extraordinaire”? – Trump surrounding himself with elites disconnected from everyday society – Realities of America’s difficulties not recognised by US power makers – Powell will likely continue to protect Wall Street over Main Street – Savers should diversify to protect themselves from Fed’s ponzi policies Just like many of his other campaign promises, Trump isn’t...

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As Traders’ Array of Assets Widens, Bitcoin Looks Less Tempting

Bitcoin, the original electronic peer-to-peer digital currency system, was created in 2009. Along with it came blockchain technology, which fintech firms have since started using for purposes outside of simply mining more currency, or rivaling bank payment systems. While bitcoin remains by far the best known and most valuable cryptocurrency, some have started to express doubts about its future. Even as its price-per-coin...

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