Cartel better hurry up a futures market so they can carpet bomb 12,500 bitcoin contracts in 3 minutes like they did with gold this morning. Max thinks they will take a different approach, however, to put an end to the bitcoin buzz. Max offers a solution for the counter-attack.

noahs-arkThere’s going to be a transition…we have to be prepared for it.  
After you have a financial bust, the real wealth is still there.  Land, factories, houses, gold & silver.  
There will be another bust like the Great Depression.  Like 2008 but MUCH, MUCH worse.  Alot of debts will be reneged on.  The theme is to move out of counter-party assets into REAL assets.  The Price of Gold and Silver Are Going to Go MUCH HIGHER…

Andrew Maguire HemkeIn the latest Keiser Report, Max and Stacy interview two precious metals analysts – Craig Hemke and Andrew Maguire.  The two give their forecasts for the gold market and discuss the latest in several admitted cases of gold price manipulation:

Nomi PrinsFormer Goldman Sachs banker Nomi Prins joins Max Keiser for an insiders interview on bankers.
They discuss the role of private versus public banks and US versus Chinese banks, and the role that Alan Greenspan played in the so-called miracle economy of Bill Clinton’s reign.

empire revoltIn the latest episode of the Keiser Report, Max discusses the past which is the future for the empire of debt that is America where financial engineering is to its rule as road engineering was to the Roman one. As financial engineering fails, however, from QE to share buybacks, the imperial power erodes.  In the second half, Max interviews Dmitry Orlov about where he and Colonel Wilkerson agree about the signs of collapse of the silliest empire. 

CelenteIn this special episode of the Keiser Report from New York, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the global economy as a film that only Wes Craven could have directed with zombie factories and zombie banks terrify investors and politicians alike. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Gerald Celente about volatile markets and zombie economies.

Alasdair MacleodIn this final episode of the summer solutions series on the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Alasdair Macleod and Ben Dyson to propose solutions to the problems presented by private banks creating money by issuing loans.
Macleod suggests how BitGold could be a possible solution to not only our current monetary woes, but as a solution to gold’s Gresham problem.

fakeIn the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss economies faking it for so long, they’ve forgotten what ‘making it’ even looks like.
With trickle down Potemkinism, formerly employed workers go to fake jobs and fake companies, selling fake goods where everything is fake, except for the losses.
In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein of PlanetPonzi.com about make believe economic growth and real debt problems as economies around the world shrink, housing bubbles blow and the war sector grows.

In the latest Keiser Report, Max and Stacy Herbert discuss those who plow ZIRP (zero interest-rate policy) and those who sow QE (quantitative easing) reaping it as taxi cab medallion owners ask for bailouts.
In the second half, Max interviews Sandeep Jaitly about negative yielding bonds.

In this Keiser Report from Mexico City, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss China’s $250 billion for Latin America forcing America’s ‘positive’ hand in the region.
Meanwhile, back in China, ‘amateur hour’ reigns as the small cap index soars as dilettante investors believe lower stock prices mean less risk.
In the second half, Max interviews financial journalist, publisher and presenter, Sergio Sarmiento, about the Mexican economy, corruption and the failed state.

Blythe Masters Jamie DimonIn the latest episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser delivers an epic rant on banksters, gold, & China’s commodities rehypothecation scandal.  
Max delves into the tangled web of debt and deception that led to the bond market selloff in 2013, the ongoing crisis of fraud and dark pools in London and falsified gold contracts in China. 

poker big lossesIn the latest Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss chumming in financial markets being the rigging of prices and indexes, like Libor, forex and gold, which convinces people it is safe enough to get back into the markets.
The fraud is now so huge, Max says, that the ECB needs a bigger boat.
In the second half, Max interviews David Graeber, author of Debt: The First 5000 Years, about the scariest monsters being those that you turn into – like zombies or vampires – and that is what the modern economy has become as we are all forced to think and act like bankers.
David Graeber all suggests that BS jobs are the Sovietization of capitalism.

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:

gun forcedTwo big, macabre stories came out of Wall Street recently: the rash of banker deaths by apparent murder and/or suicide, and speculation that bank CEOs themselves are behind the trend to cash in on the insurance.
It turns out that banks take out life insurance policies on their employees, and those policies pay out death benefits to the banks – not the families. In other words, to add to the banks’ other crimes, they appear to also be involved in the “suicides” and deaths of their own, as a way to fatten their bottom line and bonuses.
Should we be surprised by this banker-on-banker death scam?  After all, wasn’t this what 9/11 was all about?
For some, the 9/11 story has faded into history and they consider it not terribly interesting anymore, but I think it’s important to keep in mind the ruthlessness of bankers on Wall Street today who are now apparently killing each other for the insurance money and who, we can now say with some certainty, were trading options to cash in on their own deaths on 9/11.
This is the Wall Street culture that is tearing America apart. This is the Wall Street disease that is undermining America’s ability to control events around the world.