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Kevin Kerr: More Arab Springs Coming Due to Higher Food Prices

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Published on Nov 7, 2013

In this 30+ minute interview John Manfreda and Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interview maniac trader and commodities expert Kevin Kerr or Kerr Commodities and Kerr Trading http://www.kerrtrade.com/. During the interview, they ask Kevin about how high frequency trading (HFT) is changing the markets for professional traders, professional investors and retail investors.

John and Jason also ask Kevin how much he thinks HFT manipulates markets.

Next, Jason and John ask Kevin about how world travels in London and Estonia since Kevin lived last year in both London to trade and also Estonia where Kevin's family lives.

Kevin also talks about his experience with Europe's version of Obamacare and socialized medicine over in the EU.

Finally, Jason and John ask Kevin his opinion of whether the long term secular commodities bull market has ended, which commodities he thinks will rebound the most and if he thinks near guaranteed higher food prices will lead to more potential Arab Springs in developing countries similar to Egypt and Algeria where food and energy expenditures take up more than 70% of annual family budgets.

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