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[KR1400] Keiser Report: The Gold/Silver Ratio

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss what central bankers have wrought by printing fresh money for the assets rich as demonstrated by Donald Trump’s Beverly Hills property increasing in value by 1.2% per month and doubling in about a decade. While the elite make off with the asset price gains, governments are driven into bankruptcy by the same financial collapse which enriched these elites and they are now shaking down ordinary citizens who are looking for pennies stashed in safe deposit boxes, as is the case in Italy. In the second half, Max interviews David Morgan of TheMorganReport.com about the gold/silver ratio and whether it matters in a day and age when silver has been largely demonetized. [embedded content]

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss what central bankers have wrought by printing fresh money for the assets rich as demonstrated by Donald Trump’s Beverly Hills property increasing in value by 1.2% per month and doubling in about a decade. While the elite make off with the asset price gains, governments are driven into bankruptcy by the same financial collapse which enriched these elites and they are now shaking down ordinary citizens who are looking for pennies stashed in safe deposit boxes, as is the case in Italy. In the second half, Max interviews David Morgan of TheMorganReport.com about the gold/silver ratio and whether it matters in a day and age when silver has been largely demonetized.

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