Keiser Report: Euthanized Economy (E338)





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Published on Sep 8, 2012

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss uncertain futures for banks in Italy and business purgatory for citizens unable to retire in America. They discuss Monte dei Paschi Bank in Italy which survived the Borgias and the pestilence only to crumble when faced with the fraud and low interest rate world engineered by Alan Greenspan. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Bill Still about his latest film - Jekyll Island.

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Comments • 320

she should marry max cause she always agrees shakes her head yes and smiles at him after everything he says. Go marry him hes like a god for her.
she sure does kiss that guys ass doesn't she 
<3 Stacy Herbert
You've obviously missed a few episodes. Basically Mises got some fundamental things wrong.
Bill Still brilliant as always. Max can you have this guy on at least once every month. He is a revelation and needs to be heard on a regular basis. Cheers. 
I knew it was just matter of time before Marxist Max Kaiser paid & owned by Putin-TV also known as KGB-TV will show his true anti-capitalistic, anti-freemarket communist ugly face. Otherwise, why would he ever be so bothered by Mises Institute? Which just recently by the way posted excellent video of Peter Schiff on why this hard-core leninist and marxist Max Keiser is wrong. 
Thank you for your banter, I am sorry, I had no idea that you were directing a question to me, wishing to know my position. I intend to remove FDIC protection from all but the most prudent vehicles and creation of instruments, the extension of TARP will be pulled back and the FED's extensions will be eaten by the FED. We will not give our blood to the bubble, case closed. Stand aside.
I think you should "stand aside" if you can't answer my question. Why did you not address my point about G-S creating collectivized risk? What don't you understand? The comm. banks don't have to compete on the quality of their balance sheets precisely because of a section of G-S. Why would anyone care what a bank does so long as they think that there money is insured due to FDIC, which is a creation of G-S? Why won't you answer my questions? Are you a coward?
"Prudent banking" would entail getting rid of all of G-S, not just a small portion of it. Why do you cowardly keep evading my questions? If your thesis is correct (one holding company engaged in both comm. and invest. banking caused the crisis), then why did NONE of the firms at the epicenter of the crisis engage in both comm. and invest. banking? Hello! Does this compute? Why do you not answer this question? It's a contradiction. 
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