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Peter Schiff thinks a lot can happen between now and when the Fed is expected to raise interest rates when it meets on December 15-16.

Schiff believes the economy will unravel if the Fed follows through on raising rates as so many have...

Peter Schiff thinks a lot can happen between now and when the Fed is expected to raise interest rates when it meets on December 15-16.

Schiff believes the economy will unravel if the Fed follows through on raising rates as so many have predicted, including Goldman Sachs.

In an article titled GOLDMAN: The Fed is going to hike 4 times in 2016, Goldman's stance on the Fed's intentions to raise rates are explored.

When Mobileye discovered a way to bring artificial intelligence to automotive safety, Goldman Sachs saw the potential early on, helping them raise capital through a strategic investment and later, the largest IPO for an Israeli Company in the US.

How this disruptive technology gained traction and why it could lead to safe, driverless cars is explored.  

Daniela Cambone is back at Kitco News’ home studio in Montreal, joined by Silver Wheaton CEO Randy Smallwood to talk about the latest developments at his company as well as the current state of the mining industry. The biggest challenge facing precious metals prices right now, according to Smallwood, is the strength of the U.S. dollar.

Smallwood commented:

“I just don’t understand why the United States would ever want to have the strongest currency.”

Peter Schiff dicusses China and the US economy in his latest interview with Boom Bust.

Schiff gives his opinion following news that China will likely be included for membership in the IMF's SDR currency basket.

Schiff talks about the potential of the Yuan eventually overtaking the U.S. dollar as the world currency. While these issues have been discussed previously, Schiff gives a new take on why the US economy is in a recession and how the Fed might act.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss a fictional novel called Stock Options Revisited, in which our economies have run dry and bankers and rentiers have sought to earn by mirage.

Stock buybacks are creating a mirage in the economy.

In the second half, Max continues his interview with Satyajit Das, author of “Extreme Money.” In this segment, they discuss China - from lung-washing tourism to the Great Southern Province of China - aka Australia - where houses and holes make an economy.

Marc Faber discusses the geopolitical history of Europe which has led to the current world crisis.

The growing relationship between Russia and China and what that could mean for the Western World is discussed.

Faber explains that, prior to the Russian revolution of 1918, Europe and Russia were more socially linked.

The "containment theory" along with the manipulation of the markets by the central banks is discussed.

The Russian plane crash in Sinai, Egypt, was caused by a terrorist attack as traces of explosives have been found in the wreckage of the plane, Federal Security Service director Aleksandr Bortnikov told President Vladimir Putin.

Putin has promised $50 million for info that leads to the aprehension of those responsible.

The number of young adults living at home has climbed since the Great Recession that began in 2007.

There are more young women living at home now, than in over 70 years.

Schiff believes the majority of young adults are wasting their money and time getting "worthless liberal arts degrees" which offer no viable job options in the current economy.

This disturbing trend is impacting the millennial generation or those currently aged 18-34.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the memory of our living economy and consumers in the life of the dead banks, markets and economies. They look at the collapse of the Baltic Dry Index, which has crashed to its lowest level ever, the slow death of the markets as spoofing and HFT front-running fraud take over where real price discovery once lived.

Gold is getting little attention these days, and wrongfully so, says Rob McEwen chairman and chief owner of McEwen Mining, a mid-tier gold and silver producer.

In an interview with Kitco News on Monday, McEwen stated:

"If you are in Australia, Canada, the price is going up because of the foreign exchange -- at some point, it will move in U.S. dollar terms."

He added, "People should be putting a little money into gold, think of it as 80-90 percent off; you can turn gold into cash in two days, it is value."

Remembrance Day marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, back in 1918.

Stefan Molyneux gives his opinions on what led to a Liberal victory and even comments on the niqab debate. He sums up Trudeau's business plan for Canada and uses some hilarious analogies to clarify his key points.

Molyneux comments that,

"Listening to socialists promise fiscal restraint is like watching elderly conservatives at a gay pride parade. Ya they can be there, but, it's not very good to picture the motivation."

At the DealBook Conference 2015 Carl Icahn, chairman, Icah Enterprises talks about activist investing.

The DealBook Conference asks: What are the investment strategies of the most successful money managers and hedge funds?

Icahn answers these questions and also discusses how long he has held some of his best performering investments.

"The real money that I made over the years is holding companies for 7, 8, 9 years and keeping them..."

Peter Schiff believes that the over-hyped October Jobs Report does not assure a December rate hike.

Schiff remains confident the Fed will not raise rates in December and is continuing to bluff to hold up the overall markets.

Schiff explains why young men are still living with their parents and why more women than men got jobs in October's Jobs Report.  

Schiff highlights the reason workers 55 and older are heading back to work and why many American workers are now unable to retire. 

Doug Casey believes the quality of living is falling in the United States and that the country is "gradually deteriorating".

Casey compares living in the US to living in a well-maintained prison.

The topic of retirement and living abroad specifically for Americans is discussed.  The debt of the US and how it will reduce the average Americans standard of living is explored.

The title of Schiff's latest podcast is "The Great Rate Hike Hoax".

Peter explains what Yellen did or did not say, in her latest testimony, and not what she may or may not do.

Schiff continues to believe that the Fed has painted itself into a corner and has no intentions to raise rates. Not only that, Yellen clearly outlines the improvements that need to happen in the US economy before rates can rise.

These include further improvements in the labor market and a rise in inflation.

Peter Schiff was on FoxBusiness yesterday and spoke with Republican Pete Hoekstra about the looming debt crisis.

Schiff talks about the government mantra of "something for nothing" and what he would make candidates swear an oath over.

Doug Casey explains his predictions from 2007, which included a "gigantic financial hurricane". Casey believes we are leaving the eye of the storm and things are about to get a lot worse.

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how a service driven Chinese economy could spell bad news for Western economies but how a two-child policy could save the global property ponzi for another generation. A service-centric Chinese economy will not help the global market as much.

In the second half, Max interviews Dan Collins of about the latest news with the Chinese economy, its crackdown on corruption and its increasing role in the global economy.

Jim Rickards talks about the "intellectual training ground for the IMF" and how the system really works.

Rickards continues to predict a crisis of confidence in the U.S. Dollar.

The price of gold and its continued weakness is discussed as well as predictions on how gold might trade in the months ahead. China's gold reserves along with its plan to gain access to the IMF is explored.