ShreddedIn the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss investors picking up nickels in front of steamrollers as both stocks and bonds soar.   In the second half, Ian Fraser, author of Shredded: Inside RBS, The Bank That Broke Britain joins the show for a block-buster interview.
They discuss how the bank rigged Libor (and could go bust because of the fines and the ongoing criminal investigations), mispricing assets (with a little help from compliant regulators and complicit auditors) and kneecapping companies out of spite (just because).
Full inside scoop on how RBS broke Britain is below:



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  1. Banks crumbling the world over. It’s certainly a harbinger of worse portents to follow. Always … fundamental realities supersede the lines of Dog and Pony Show crap these people prop their facades up with.

    The hue and cry to … get PMs while they can be had … is more pertinent by the day.

    Money Is Weighed, Fictions Are Counted.

  2. I find it hard watching the dynamic duo now knowing they are pushing us into BTC and now even MaxCoin (which he pre-mined himself). 
    They are using a bit of obvious truth on other crooks to crook us all one more time over.
    Warming a dear for hunters active in the area and then shooting it point blank short range and then raping the dying animal.

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