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Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com interviews Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) in his latest interview.

Powell says the evidence is clear that central banks are intervening in all futures markets.

Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com interviews Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) in his latest interview.

Powell says the evidence is clear that central banks are intervening in all futures markets.

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the arrival of the ‘shakedown times’ as our deposits and pension funds are now open to confiscation to Too Big To Fail banks in 'resolution'… something that used to be known as ‘bankruptcy.’

Stacey quotes a statement from globalresearch.ca explaining that, "deposits are now "just part of commercial banks' capital structure." That means they can be "bailed in" or confiscated to save the megabanks from derivative bets gone wrong."

In the largest protests by any right-wing group in Germnay since WWII, protesters demand islamist extremists leave Germany.

Demonstrations held by the far-right group Hooligans against Salafists — also known as HoGeSa — have recently gained momentum in Germany, as they organize marches in cities across the country.

The group claims to be protesting against Islamist extremism, but the movement has been widely accused of harnessing Islamophobia as a means of spreading racism.

On December 16th, Peter Schiff discussed the Russian Ruble Crisis, that central bank’s move to raise interest rates, and why the larger crisis will soon hit America.

Schiff believes it is less about the oil price going down and how it might impact Russia, but why the price of oil is going down.

Peter explains the reason for oil's decline is that the market is anticipating a significant drop in global demand, which would include the US.

The Russian Central bank has made a surprise move by raising interest rates to a staggering 17%.

The bank is hoping this will stop the recent decline in the ruble.

The Russian ruble has continued to plummet, despite the central bank's latest move to defend the currency. The ruble had a few gains at first - but then quickly lost those early gains.

The Russian economy has limited access to foreign markets; this is being negatively highlighted by a falling oil price.

Jim Rogers gave an insightful Q&A session at our annual Plantation Tour & Primal Investing Conference.

Rogers answers a variety of questions, ranging from his personal life experiences to his perspective on the future prospects for the markets.

Rogers discusses the first challenges he faced after moving to Asia.

Kitco News spook with American icon and New York bestselling author Robert Ringer in late November to discuss his musings on the gold market.

Ringer commented that, “First of all, I’m not in the investment business, I don’t give investment advice but I’ve said for a good 35 years…buy gold, buy as much as you could possibly buy because gold is money.”

"My word is my bond has been the motto of the London Stock Exchange since 1801, since 2008 however the motto of the world financial markets has been my bond is your debt problem." - Max Keiser

In the latest episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the motto of the modern financial markets: “my word is my bond, but my bond is your problem.”

As the yield-chasers have piled into the junk bond market in the past few years of ZIRP, this could spell big trouble for the fracking sector as oil prices plunge.

Frank Holmes believes there is a serious shift going on in respect to physical gold moving to China.

Holmes touches on China’s role in the global economy and thinks the Chinese have a long-term strategy for their currency.

He states that, “There is a real shift going on regarding gold – the physical gold going into China – and I think they have a long-term plan.”

And that, “They’re out there with a strategy; it appears, to build a huge critical base to support their currency.”

It appears some people are not focused on record high stock prices, but on police brutality and their overall quality of life.

Despite the positive spin on most economic data of late, November's jobs report confirmed that the labor force participation rate remained at historically low level of 62.8%.

Peter Schiff maintains that the Fed is making a mistake by deliberatley forcing consumer goods up.

Schiff believes the consumer needs falling prices, not rising prices.

Schiff concludes that, "so when the Fed creates all this inflation it distorts the economy in so many ways and ultimately the consumer is going to pay, prices are going to rise dramatically in the future."

Max Keiser draws comparisons between Jack Johnson, an NHL hockey player who recently declared bankruptcy, and the average citizen who will soon declare bankruptcy.

Where in the case of Johnson, his mother has been claimed to have spent all of his money, Keiser argues that the same irresponsible spending by central banks will leave the average man bankrupt and filled with distrust.

The Mars One mission is a one-way ticket to the Red Planet. It’s scheduled for 2023, when the first group of 4 men and women will land on Mars. There, they’re expected to collect data, plant oxygen-producing vegetation and prepare the planet for human colonization.

Despite the obvious dangers of this enterprise, over 200,000 people from around the world have applied. Anastasia, from Moscow, has made it to this daring project’s short-list.

This documentary evaluates what draws her towards the fourth planet from the Sun and away from Earth?

The UK government is going ahead with its plans to commence fracking across more than half of the country, hoping that it will boost the economy and provide an abundant supply of natural gas.

The UK, like many European nations, has been struggling to maintain economic expansion for years.

Critics of the process argue that it contaminates groundwater and damages the environment and public health. A grassroots resistance movement has emerged to fight the introduction of fracking in the UK, and it appears to be gaining momentum throughout the country.

The skies above US are busy, but the country's aviation agency says there's still space for commercial drones. And as a greater number of remote-controlled aircraft take to the air, RT's Marina Portnaya reports on the rise of their near-misses with passenger planes.

The drone sector has been one of the hottest new tech spaces in recent years. Sales of drones have exploded in the past 2 years, making inexperienced and unregulated recreational drone users the greatest threat. This demographic are the most difficult to track, control and punish.

Falling oil prices have hurt the majority of TSX energy producers and the overall Canadian exchanges in recent days. 

After a 40% decline in five months, oil prices are still on the slide. Oil was down again Friday, trading at $69.22 per barrel.

OPEC, which comprises many of the world's major oil producers, decided not to lower its production target numbers.

Peter Schiff came out on November 22nd with a response to a recent article published by Paul Krugman.

Krugman has a column in the New York Times titled the Conscious of a Liberal. His most recent article was titled The Wisdom of Peter Schiff...no seriously.

Schiff's response is quite extensive, but surmises that Krugman is far too early to take a victory lap.

Gregory Mannarino of TradersChoice.net is interviewed by USA Watchdog on November 23, 2014.

Interest rate, commodity and forex rigging are discussed as manipulation spins out of control.

Kitco News speaks with Knut Anderson, general manager of Swissmetal, a company that helps investors access rare and strategic industrial metals worldwide.

China produces 40-50% of global rare strategic metals and refines upwards of 95% of these metals.

Anderson comments that, “Rare strategic metals are used in about 95% of all industries today. We have pioneered a way that you can own these kinds of metals physically.”

He says that rare strategic metals diversify a portfolio because they are priced differently than stocks, bonds, silver and gold.

Max Keiser believes the U.K. government is all "about offering voters a chance to increase their house prices based on this policy of ultra-low interest rates which has the corollary of financing fraud."

Share buybacks in the US and housing buybacks in the UK are also discussed as the fake economy in many western nations continues to roll on.