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👉Mortgage Crisis has Begun Mass Foreclosures & Mortgage Market Mayhem.

👉Mortgage Crisis has Begun Mass Foreclosures & Mortgage Market Mayhem.




4.7 million Americans cannot pay their mortgages right now. That's a million and a half more than in 2008.
In May, 8.8% of mortgages are in forbearance.
One-third of the American tenants stopped paying their rent.
Millions of Americans unable to pay May's rent and mortgage.Up To 30% Of All Mortgages Will Default In Biggest Wave Of Delinquencies In History.
The Mortgage Market Is On The Verge Of Collapse. The Mortgage Crisis has Begun, with mass foreclosures and mortgage market mayhem.
Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic are struggling to pay their rent when they have lost income.
More and more tenants are protesting, paying their rent.
Missed rent, in turn, adds up to landlords who can’t pay their mortgages or property tax.
And then cities and states will struggle to provide the basic services that tax payments fund.   
Tenants can't pay their rent.
Then owners can't pay their bank mort…

👉National Debt Can Never Be Paid -- Global Monetary Reset to Digital Weimar Currency Coming !!

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👉National Debt Can Never Be Paid -- Global Monetary Reset to Digital Weimar Currency Coming !!



The national debt is already at an absurdly incomprehensible number like $23 trillion, and increasing by the minute. We're already in a mathematical fantasy land beyond the limits of human understanding. A stack of trillion-dollar bills would be 67,866 miles high, or more than one fourth the distance from the earth to the moon. This means the deficit before the pandemic would've been a stack of dollar bills more than five times as high as the distance to the moon. The national debt is never going to be paid. It will ALWAYS go up. The Fed WILL monetize the debt at negative interest rates. The treasury debt the Fed will hold will have an average negative yield. They will pay the treasury interest, but in reality, that will just require a wind-down of reinvestment, so it actually isn't anything real. These are all ledgers with lots of zeroes. At some point, the Fed will…

Financial Faith -- The Max Keiser Report

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the modern economic, financial and monetary system in which one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. And yet to one without faith, no explanation is possible. And once no explanation is possible - hyperinflation and economic disorder ensues. In the second half, Max continues with his interview of Professor Richard Werner, who, in the early 1990s, coined the phrase ‘quantitative easing.’ Together they take a look at the monster which QE has become.



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.




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!

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,…

Keiser Report: Big Kaputski of 2015

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert celebrate the first day of 2015 with some regular guests who attempt to predict the big themes of the New Year. First, they talk to Dominic Frisby of Moneyweek.com about where it all might kick off this year - perhaps Japan? Next, Professor Steve Keen talks Minsky moments, debt deflation and the Bancor. Last, but not least, they speak to Liam Halligan of BNE.eu for his predictions on Europe, China, Russia and dividend yields in 2015.