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One day after the Fed held rates near zero, Peter Schiff remains convinced the Fed will ease not tighten in the future.

Schiff talks about Brexit and how it took rate hikes off the table as uncertainty soared. Brexit has also been a...

One day after the Fed held rates near zero, Peter Schiff remains convinced the Fed will ease not tighten in the future.

Schiff talks about Brexit and how it took rate hikes off the table as uncertainty soared. Brexit has also been a catalyst for gold.

Peter also goes head to head with Scott Nations.

Max and Stacy talk first to Jeff Berwick of the Dollar Vigilante about Americans renouncing their citizenship as a solution to bank embargoes and double taxation.

In the second half, Max and Stacy talk to Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof, founder of BitNation - the world’s first virtual nation, a blockchain powered jurisdiction - about ending geographical apartheid in the digital and crypto age.

Days after the conclusion of the Republican National Convention, Peter Schiff commends Trump for what he calls a "brilliant" speech which Trump delivered.

While Schiff believes it will be difficult for Trump to deliver what he is promising, Schiff believes Trump has come around at the right time and is using the weakness of the U.S. economy to his advantage.

VICE News travels to a little known country, Suriname, located on the east coast of South America between Guyana and French Guiana.

Gold is everywhere in Suriname, from political power to what the locals wear on their fingers, the effects of gold mining seep into all aspects of society.

The industry is a necessary source of income for many Surinamese, but it's also destroying the environment, bad for public health, and rife with corruption.

Last night, Donald Trump formally accepted the nomination of the Republican Party.

His beautiful daughter Ivanka Trump introduced her father at the RNC and believes her father will 'make America great again'.

Peter talks about the history of the initial creation and corruption of money.

George Gilder talks about the readjustment of global GDP and the flawed alchemy of central banks.

"What grows economies, is not the money we spend, but the money we save. It's savings, it's underconsumption that is the route of all progress. And nobody is going to save in a currency that has no interest, or negative interest."

- Peter Schiff

The Audit the Fed bill never seems to be able to pass the U.S. Senate with the latest attempt in January failing to pass when Sen. Rand Paul re-introduced the bill. However, he seems pretty close.
“In January, I did get a vote and we got a majority, 53 senators voted for it... but as you know, in the Senate, a lot of the times it takes 60,” he told Kitco News at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas.

On the economy crashing this year, investment banker and former Assistant Secretary of Housing, Catherine Austin Fitts says:

In this first of the 2016 Summer Solutions series of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the biggest topics they see needing a ‘solution’. As the world looks on with fear at the prospect of a Trump presidency, they propose solutions to ‘make America great again’. Maybe better media? Better infrastructure? More political parties and less of the lesser of two evils?

Despite U.S. stocks rallying, well-known investor Peter Schiff isn’t too impressed.

Schiff commented, “Even though the Dow is at new highs today, it’s at a two- to three-year low if you price it to really money, which is gold.”

Schiff was being interviewed from this year’s Freedom Fest in Las Vegas.

“Stocks are not going up, the value of money is going down and gold proves that.”

Gold and silver expert Rob Kirby says the metal central banks are most fearful of is silver.

Rob Kirby says, “Silver is Kryptonite to central bankers. . . . Why? Because they don’t have any. They don’t have physical stores of silver to feed into the market to beat the price down. So, recently, to stem the rise of silver, they have really been attacking the price of gold. The whole notion there, is if they beat the price of gold down, silver will decline in sympathy with the attack on gold.”

With the GOP convention less than a week away, BBC has published a series of interviews its conducted over the past year. What motivates Trump supporters? The BBC has been asking them for a year now. Here's what they told us.

Trump is continuing to defy the odds as the GOP convention approaches.

A new poll released from JMC Analytics in Florida shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton 47% to 42%, and leading with Hispanic voters 49% to 36%.

At the beginning of this year, Gerald Celente, the publisher of the Trends Journal, put out a magazine cover that predicted the “Panic of 2016.”

So, how close are we to the “panic”?

Schiff talks about the "speculative leveraged bubble" created by the central banks; and why yields are being driven lower and gold and silver higher.

Schiff explains "Brexit is the catalyst, this is not what is causing everything..."

And that,

Market turmoil following the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union is causing more investors to turn to gold and treasuries said Frank Holmes, founder of U.S. Global Investors. The yellow metal rallied more in the first half of the year than in any other year since 1974, with prices pushed up 24 percent, he said in an interview with Kitco News.

Holmes explained that, "In addition, traders are now pricing in greater chances of a rate cut than a rate hike in September, pushing Treasury yields lower and boosting the appeal of gold."

In this episode of the Keiser Report from Toronto, Max and Stacy discuss the debt singularity that is the other side of the asset price boom balance sheet.

In the second half, Max continues his interview with Roy Sebag and Josh Crumb of about the glass ceiling for wages, anti-fragile crypto currency, energy proof of value, and palladium is the ‘MySpace’ of precious metals.

GoldMoney's gold-backed debit card is also discussed.

On June 29th, Peter Schiff confirmed that gold and silver were breaking out.
Silver traded above $20 an ounce Monday, while gold traded above $1,350 Monday.
Schiff believes the real reason gold and silver are rising is due to the fact interest rates hikes are off the table and that the next move will be a cut, not an increase...
Schiff  boldly predicts QE4 is coming and the U.S. economy will soon officially  contract.

James Rickards' Interview with Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley, London on June 18th.

James discusses: Gold shortages; Gold Banks; Negative Interest Rates; Paper Money Collapse; Pound Sterling; Gold Standard; Digital Currencies; Cyber Financial Warfare; Hyperinflation; and, of course, BREXIT.

The European Parliament leaders discussed the consequences of Brexit for the EU, how remaining EU members should regroup following the news, and the potential penalties for the UK following the vote, reportedly being discussed to discourage others members from leaving the union.

In this interview Alexander Smith visits Dawson City, Yukon for the second summer in a row to explore Klondike Gold's (KG:TSXV) projects with the company's President and CEO, Peter Tallman.

Sentiment towards miners has completely changed in the Yukon since Goldcorp made an offer to acquire Kaminak Gold for $520 million on May 6, 2016.

Peter takes Alex and the Pinnacle Digest crew on a tour of Klondike Gold's Lonestar (Violet target) and Dominion projects. The gold exploration company's plans and drill targets for 2016 are explored.