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Who are the most successful activist investors of all time?

Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker breaks down the hits and misses of Carl Icahn, Dan Loeb, Bill Ackman, and Nelson Peltz.

Who are the most successful activist investors of all time?

Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker breaks down the hits and misses of Carl Icahn, Dan Loeb, Bill Ackman, and Nelson Peltz.

As sanctions continue to come down and be threatened on Russia, it has driven the Eastern nation to China for long term business deals. 

The Chinese are buying up US property and land at an alarming rate. The ongoing real estate, stock market and bond bubble are discussed.


Fabian Calvo from TheNoteHouse.us, commented that,

"Through the BLM, the Department of the Interior has been confiscating land and going after land . . . The Department of Interior and BLM has been providing sweetheart deals for Chinese investors."

The rising number of banker suicides or 'banker murders' that are taking place are also touched on.

Max Keiser discusses the growing trend of downward mobility in the US economy.

The ‘financialization’ of ghettos or trailer parks is evaluated as Wall Street looks to profit from the destitute.

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the American Dream as being chained to the booth in the waffle house as cogs in the wheels generating income for Wall Street sharpies.

Marc Faber believes the market has not taken into account the building risk in China's economy.

Faber also reminds investors that China's economy is very critical to other emerging economies.

Click here to view an interview from early 2014 in which Faber preached diversification.

Peter Schiff disputes theories that tarnish gold's potential value with various guests on CNBC. The threat of rising global real interest rates is a major threat facing gold in 2014 and beyond.

The debate whether China will buy more or less gold in 2014 is discussed.

The US has accused Russia of meddling with affairs and inciting riots in eastern Ukraine.

Russia has appealed to Kiev not to use force against anti-government protesters at an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council called by Moscow.

RT News reported this morning that Kiev has now launched military operations in eastern Ukraine to take back government buildings seized by pro-Russian forces.

Jim Rogers highlights the unprecedented debt scenario facing the western world.

In this interview from late March with Merit Gold, Rogers explains what will finally drive interest rates back to normal levels.

Jim believes something will compete with and or replace the US Dollar at some point before too long.

Two weeks ago, Ukraine's government finally grasped reality and ordered its troops out of Crimea. But by the time of the evacuation order, Russia's military had already started booting Ukrainian troops from their bases or getting them to switch sides.

80 or so Ukranian soldiers were captured and held by Russian forces before being released.

Snowden's recent testimony reminds the world that his 'whistle blowing' efforts have not caused harm to anyone. Snowden wishes to improve government not destroy it.

Infamous NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden explained that no legal means exist to challenge mass surveillance and that testifying to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

Jimmy Kimmel is completely in love with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, which has made him very excited about this new documentary that one of the Canadian cable channels is running.

Peter Schiff discusses the weakening economic data plaguing the US economy.

Schiff warns of the NASDAQ dropping below dangerous support levels around the 3900 and 4000 levels.

Schiff believes that the Fed will reverse its tapering efforts if the data fails to turn positive.

Max Keiser explains who is playing Piñata Economics in respect to the NHS.

Keiser is now in the business of crowd funding to save NHS or Britain's National Health Service. Keiser also believes convicted felon, Ken Lay may be living in Paraguay.

NATO has decided to suspend all civilian & military cooperation with Russia.

NATO's secretary general expects Russia to continue to help in regards to narcotic related issues and in Afghanistan as well.

Axel Merk believes the worst thing that can happen is for current Fed policies to succeed. If this happens, it will bolster politicians and policy makers and ultimately lead to a larger crash.

Axel Merk of MerkFunds.com sees instability because of too much debt. On the possibility of war in Ukraine, Merk says, "I think this particular incident is going to fizzle out. Putin shows you how it is done... and the sanctions are not going to happen.

Max Keiser and Stacey Herbert discuss mounting debt levels in the UK.

The duo discuss how the tripling of student fees has, in fact, cost the government more in defaults than had the government kept fees at £3000.

They also discuss house prices earning more in a month than one of these university educated graduates earns in a two years.

A Yemeni inmate at Guantanamo Bay has introduced a landmark lawsuit challenging the practice of force-feeding at the US military prison camp.

The case represents the first time a US court will hear allegations of detainee abuse at Gitmo.

Rick Rule explains how value is added in resource exploration. He discusses a number of sectors, including the emerging water space and the current state of the Canadian markets.

Ben Graham once said, that in the short term the market is a voting machine, but in the long term it is a weighing machine, in that it values what things are worth.

Harry Dent is predicting a collapse in real estate prices from Vancouver to Sydney. Dent explains that bubbles burst of their own extremes.

Dent believes the demographic shift coming to the west will pop the bubble in real estate and stock markets.

Dent continues to preach that China's real estate market and economy is one of the biggest bubbles in history.