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Peter Schiff talks about what Donald Trump should do if he is elected President, particularly in respect to the Federal Reserve.
 
Schiff says what few can even imagine; raising interest rates and cutting government spending....

Peter Schiff talks about what Donald Trump should do if he is elected President, particularly in respect to the Federal Reserve.
 
Schiff says what few can even imagine; raising interest rates and cutting government spending.  He supports an independent Federal Reserve.

On June 23rd Britain will vote on whether or not the country should remain part of the European Union.

The polls show the electorate roughly split so it's anyone's guess what will happen one month from now.

Stefan Molyneux explains what upsets him about Brexit and the coming UK's EU Referendum. 

The Wall Street Journal published an article titled, Fed to Markets: June Rate Increase Is on the Table on May 18th.
 
The markets, including gold and currencies such as the Canadian dollar, have been in a free fall since the Fed released its April minutes, which hinted that it would "likely be appropriate" to raise rates in June.
 

Start-up incubators are mushrooming all over China. Matt Rivers goes inside a $36 million, government-backed incubator that is home to over 300 startups all searching for the next big thing.

The rise of the service sector in China is behind these start-up businesses.

Is Donald Trump Behind This Year's Rally in Gold? Maybe...

Donald Trump’s popularity might be the reason for the rise in gold prices since the start of the year.

Kitco's Daniela Cambone and TheStreet's Scott Gamm discuss the potential correlation.

The Junius Maltby Channel discusses the recent headlines and news surrounding the economy, gold, silver and world events.

Gold and silver have been strongly outperforming the stock markets and most asset classes thus far in 2016.

Global investment demand for gold soared 122% in Q1 of 2016. Demand is now at the second highest level ever.

This morning, on May 12, 2016, Kaminak announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Goldcorp Inc., pursuant to which Goldcorp has agreed to acquire by way of a plan of arrangement, all the issued and outstanding shares of Kaminak in an all-share transaction. The total consideration offered for the Kaminak shares is approximately C$520 million.

On May 9th Saudi Arabia's newly appointed oil minister Khalid Al-Falih vowed to maintain the nation's oil policy, keeping output at record levels.

Bloomberg's Alaa Shahine offers background on the new oil minister on "Bloomberg Surveillance."


Jim Rogers discusses the unsustainability of the U.S. economic system.

Jim's predictions for 2016 are that every country in the world will be more indebted at the end of the year. Rogers explains how most banks don't even know how indebted they are.

The topic of fascism is discussed as the U.S. continues to spiral downward.

The Uncanny Valley: That's the term researchers use to describe the strange sensation humans feel when they look at a computer-generated face or a humanoid robot and can tell that there's something off about the machine. But two Swedish scientists think they have a robotics breakthrough they hope will make that sensation a thing of the past. They've created technology that allows robots to take on more human traits and expressions. Their creation is called Furhat.

In Peter's latest podcast he outlines Donald Trump's chances and why he could surprise in the general election.

Schiff has remained adamant that a new gold bull market is upon us. He discusses recent comments about a June rate hike and why big dips in the GDX and GDXJ are only normal in a bull market.

Donald Trump held a press conference at Trump Tower in New York following the results of the Indiana Primary.

A Trump Presidency will have far reaching economic impacts, both in Canada and abroad. Mr. Trump scored a huge landslide victory, winning over 50% of the vote. Mr. Trump also offered kind words for his rival Ted Cruz, who dropped out of the race following a staggering loss.

Donald Trump believes the GOP contest will end in the 'Hoosier State' of Indiana.

Trump weighs in on his lead over Ted Cruz in Indiana. He also discusses a new poll that shows him leading Clinton nationally.

Bloomberg Businessweek's reported on Saudi Arabia's Prince Mohammed bin Salman in late April. He is the King's son and the youngest defense minister in the world.

The geopolitical tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran have arguably never by higher. Click here to read Using Oil as a Weapon, a Weekly Volume where we chronicled the bitter feud.

His plans to re-create the Saudi economy are discussed in a recent "Bloomberg Markets" show.

Peter Schiff talks about his perspective towards the Fed, the coming QE4 and lower interest rates.

Schiff makes his prediction about this week's FOMC meeting, which turned out to be correct.

Schiff predicted a negative print on Thursday, in regards to Q1 GDP; however, GDP came in at 0.5% after a 1.4% fourth-quarter advance. Peter is confident the data will be revised and that the U.S. will be officially in a recession soon.

Tensions with Iran have remained tense, both in the Middle East and abroad months after sanctions on the country have been lifted.

Trump made his foreign policy speech centered around an 'America first' approach, that focused on being strong and serious with allies and foes on the global stage.

In a CNBC video from earlier today, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on Iran’s anti-American art which is decided by the government.

Super Tuesday 3: Donald Trump sweeps 5 states in East Coast primaries; Clinton wins in Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut and Pennsylvania; Bernie Sanders takes Rhode Island.

The question of whether or not Trump can reach the pivotal 1237 delegates needed to secure the nomination is discussed.


Max and Stacy discuss that if man is what he hides, as André Malraux said, then the EU is a corporatist, monopolist loving intellectual land-grabber, for the EU hides secret trade deals. They also discuss Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan instructing his coalition not to ‘forcibly’ proceed with ratifying the TPP (another secret trade deal) until after elections this summer as voters are against it.


In the second half, Max interviews independent Irish politician and MEP, Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan, about the top secret TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

The Dow closed above 18,000 last Monday for the first time since last July - but unfortunately that news isn't as positive as it sounds.

Noah Poponak, aerospace and defense senior equity research analyst in Goldman Sachs Research, explains why dissolving barriers to entry – combined with geopolitical tensions – have ignited a new space race, with implications for scientific research, defense, communications and travel.

Poponak talks about the private sector, being led by Silicon Valley, which is investing billions in space tourism and 'reusable rockets'.