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Ron Paul explains 'welfarism' and other topics, including the end of the bond bull market, in his latest video address.

Financial bubbles are never permanent and eventually they will burst. This day...

Ron Paul explains 'welfarism' and other topics, including the end of the bond bull market, in his latest video address.

Financial bubbles are never permanent and eventually they will burst. This day is not far off and the coming race to the exits will be a gigantic event, warns Ron Paul.

Fuel from oil fields seized in battles by ISIS is sold on the market, bringing in huge funds. So money is clearly a big focus of Islamic State, even more so now it's started issuing its own coins.

For more, RT speaks to trade forecaster and publisher Gerald Celente.

Celente predicts ISIS is making up to $1 million per day from black market oil sales, a relatively insignificant amount in the grand scheme of things.

Hundreds gathered in Paris to show their solidarity with Greece, supporting Athens' resilience in fighting the harsh bailout conditions now being demanded. The protesters were mainly from France's left-wing parties.The prime minister is calling for Greece to be respected, to make sure it stays in the eurozone.

RT is joined by Jim Rogers, Financial commentator and co-founder of the Quantum Fund, to get his opinion on Greece.

Last week, Alexander Smith, host of Pinnacle Digest Podcast, sat down with Peter Schiff at his home in Connecticut.

Topics ranging from Peter's Euro Pacific Bank and the gold-backed debit cards it issues, to the corner the Federal Reserve has painted itself into, are discussed.




In response to a question on the functionality and purpose behind Schiff's gold-backed debit card, Peter comments:

In one of Max Keiser's most insightful interviews in months, he and Stacy Herbert discuss Grexodus, Brexit, Too-Big-To-Fail and how to make activism succeed.

Keiser talks about revolutions and Russell Brand's recent book which discusses how to make a corporation fail.

In regards to revolutions and change, Keiser states:

Greg Hunter asks the question: How will gold and silver do in the next meltdown?

With Greece on the edge, China's growth slowing and Brazil threatening to contract, there are significant headwinds in the global economy.

Economists have once again reduced forecasts for Brazil, as the country’s economic activity fails to gain traction.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss relying on insiders and whistleblowers for truth about monetary policy and central bank crimes as mainstream financial media outlets just report what they believe is the position of the central bank that day.

In the second half, Max interviews tech pioneer, Halsey Minor, about, cloud money and the crushing of forex and remittance markets by bitcoin and the blockchain.

Greeks have been withdrawing between 200 and 300 million euros since June 14th, on fears a deal will not be reached.

Greece will make a last-ditch attempt to find a deal with its European creditors at an emergency summit of eurozone leaders later today. Greece could default within days if nothing is agreed.

Peter Schiff believes one can garner quality insight in the question and answer section of the recent FOMC statement, as opposed to the prepared remarks delivered by the Fed.

Schiff explains that the Fed's "prepared remarks are just a smoke screen."

The false recovery and bubble economy is discussed on Wednesday following news the Fed would not be raising rates.

The unemployment rate and its relationship to interest rates -- and the potential to raise interest rates -- is discussed.

Kitco News kicks off coverage of the 39th annual International Precious Metals Institute conference with Mitsubishi’s precious metals strategist Jonathan Butler, who says a rising interest rate environment may not necessarily be bad for PMs.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss bursting bond bubbles, fleeing banks and scaring the hell out of Bill Gross.

Keiser discusses the planned reincarnation of HSBC following its drug laundering scandal and ongoing investigation.

In the second half, Max interviews documentary filmmaker, Nick Broomfield, about whether #BlackLivesMatter when NHI (‘no humans involved’).

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss travel for debauchery rather than enlightenment and money printing for similar debauchery rather than wealth creation.

British people are rushing to Spain to get free healthcare. This trend is explored by Keiser along with the issue of immigration.

In the second half, Max continues his interview with Ross Ashcroft of about crowdfunding, Greece and more.

Jim Wyckoff joined Kitco News on June 9th to talk about gold and silver technicals ahead of key U.S. economic data set to be released.

Wyckoff comments that:

"I could sense that much of the marketplace has kind of moved to the summertime doldrums,” he says, adding that he expects trading to be subdued for the time being. “What this means for gold is more sideways to choppy trading, but with a downside bias given that the near term technicals for both gold and silver remain in the bearish camp."

Erin sits down with Gerald Posner – author of “God’s Bankers: A History of Money and Power at the Vatican.”

Gerald explains how the Vatican Bank is essentially a cross between the Federal Reserve and an offshore bank and tells us how they grew into a money-laundering institution.

He also talks to us about how the Vatican Bank evolved from a rudimentary financial institution, relying mostly on donations, into an institution that rivals Wall Street investment banks.

As gold prices recover from hitting a multi-month low on Friday, Frank Holmes discusses how he sees the metal trading this week.

Holmes discusses the correlation between gold and U.S. interest rates.

According to Frank, investors need to keep an eye on interest rates around the world. He looks back to 4 years ago when gold hit its record and looks at rates during that time compared to today. He also brings up inflation and the U.S. dollar.

Frank also reveals why he thinks the Producer Price Index (PPI) could be the metal’s biggest threat right now.

Greg Hunter goes One-on-One with geopolitical/financial analyst Warren Pollock in his latest interview.

Warren Pollock is predicting war and a period where no one will really be in charge of the US government.

Pollock discusses the "leadership vacuum" in the United States and the "inverted totalitarianism" of the US government.

On the fragile global economy, analyst Warren Pollock warns the game is about over, "It’s an absolute con game and right now, everyone is involved in the great con..."

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The UK Housing Policy and 'rent caps' in Berlin are discussed in this episode of the Keiser Report with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert.

The £24 billion property puzzle in the UK is a key theme.

In the second half, Max continues his interview with Simon Dixon of Bitcoin Capital about crowdfunding, crypto and the regulatory environment for both.

Mike Maloney and Peter Schiff are famous for warning investors ahead of time about the 2008 financial crisis. Now, they have new information – including detailed charts and data – showing why an even bigger crash is in the making.

Peter Schiff continues to maintain his stance that the US economy is headed for a crash and that Ben Bernanke does not understand the coming crisis.

Maloney points to a chart of Manufacturers' New Orders, which he believes signals a US economy headed for recession.