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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Mexico – Land of Opportunity

In this episode of the Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Aristotle trending, lands of opportunity and GM hiring. In the second half, Max interviews philosopher and television presenter, Pablo Boullosa, about the state of the Mexican economy and society and how to solve the ever-increasing drug violence.




Thursday, January 15, 2015

Ali-Baba Revolution







In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Paul Schulte for a double header. In the first half, they discuss the economic catastrophe that is the European corporate and banking sector heading into 2015 - especially for Spain, France, Italy and then Germany. In the second half, they discuss the McFarlane effect as the new chairman of Barclays could begin dismantling the behemoth. They also discuss the number one territory for fintech being . . . China!

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Keiser Report: Deglobalization & Internet 2.0








In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert celebrate the second day of 2015 with some regular guests who attempt to predict the big themes of the new year. First up, they talk to Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney.com about a printing press for wage earners and whether or not we are in a period of deglobalisation. Next they speak to Mark McGowan - aka ‘The Artist Taxi Driver’ about General Election 2015, which political party is not in the pocket of the corporations and whether or not the Met Police working with RBS on financial crime will lead to more or less in the new year. In the second half, they talk to Chris Powell of GATA.org about the CME’s letter to the CFTC exposing the fact that the central banks have ‘volume discounts’ for their trading accounts. And, finally, they talk to Reggie Middleton of BoomBustBlog.com and UltraCoin about the upcoming year as the one in which the blockchain technology is finally recognised as Internet 2.0 and whether or not IBM, and other share buybacking corporations like it, will just one day evaporate.
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