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The British people have voted to leave the European Union.

Cameron's farewell speech was less than enthusiastic as the country searches for a new leader.

The British people have voted to leave the European Union.

Cameron's farewell speech was less than enthusiastic as the country searches for a new leader.

In this episode of the Keiser Report from New York City, Max and Stacy bring out the charts!

Between 1979 and 2012 foreign investors were net buyers of U.S. equities. This generational trend has reversed and says a lot about the U.S. economy and its structural issues.

From foreigners selling US equities to Alibaba’s market share soaring and Deutsche Bank’s stock price tumbling.

This morning's video is a throw back from 2015, but with Russia making news last night in respect to its desire to build a hyperloop, it felt appropriate. Elon Musk discusses the evolution of travel, virtual reality and why building tunnels may be the key to modern architecture.
Musk's hyperloop is also explored along with the simulation theory. 

Donald Trump speaks this morning on the Today Show, NBC. Trump Jr. talks at GMA and contends Hillary enriched herself during her time in Washington.

“I understand money better than anybody. I understand it far better than Hillary.” - Donald Trump

Donald Trump also stated: "If I have to, I'll self-fund my general election campaign."

The elites are scared. The EU is desperately trying to retain control over the UK. But all throughout history, everywhere you look, top-down rule and regulation just does not work. And when you over apply it, it chokes off prosperity.

On Thursday, June 23, Britain can escape stifling regulation and take back control of its economy. In this video, Mike makes one final appeal to the British people vote leave.

Infowars reporter Paul Joseph Watson discusses the Brexit vote and just what it would mean for the rest of Europe.

At about the 4 minute mark Watson talks about the 'champagne socialists' currently running Britain.

The latest Islamic refugee scandal is discussed along with 'eyewitness accounts' of multiple shooters in the Orlando massacre is discussed as well.

Many well-known finance gurus have made ominous statements recently about another coming financial meltdown. Why are they making these dire warnings now?

Financial commentator Bill Holter says, “Because it’s gotten so obvious... these guys are extremely brilliant people. I am glad they finally came around and figured it out... They’re getting on the record is what they are doing. You would not have the caliber of names all lining up in the last 60 to 90 days... unless it was going to happen pretty soon.”

President 'goes to war' with presumptive GOP nominee; senior political analyst Brit Hume weighs in on 'The Kelly File'.

Hume believes that the President is weak on the issue of domestic terrorism. Obama appears to be more angry with Trump than ISIS and the latest terrorist attack.

Although gold miners seem to be turning the corner after spending years in a bear market, one metals analyst says it's time for these mining companies to start rethinking their strategy. Gold miners must shift from being cost-focused to revenue-focused if they want to continue attracting investors, suggests Ken Hoffman, global head of metals and mining research for Bloomberg Intelligence. ‘I think what gold miners need to realize is that in the past, the miners would just focus on the cost and ignore price, but this year is different,’ he told Kitco News.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy reject the idea that anyone should earn a basic guaranteed income for merely sitting on their assets. Gold price manipulation and the potential for gold to break through $1,300 is discussed.

In the second half, Max and Stacy interview two precious metals analysts - Craig Hemke of and Andrew Maguire of The two give their forecasts for the gold market and discuss the latest in several admitted cases of gold price manipulation.

Peter Schiff says don't expect a rate hike when the Fed meets next week.
The labor market was a key metric that the Fed was factoring into a potential rate hike, explaining a hike was "contingent on improvements in the labor market."
Schiff explains why he believes a bigger disaster may be around the corner if the Fed refuses to raise rates.
His beef with government schools and their role in 'dumbing down' the electorate is also reviewed.

CNBC's Anuj Singhal interviews Marc Faber at his beautiful home in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Apart from discussing global markets, central banks’ actions and commodities, the investment guru opens up about his life.
Marc is keen on agriculture companies as a drought continues in Thailand and many other poor or developing nations.
Faber talks about moving to Hong Kong in 1973 and his various art purchases.

Special note: turn up your volume as the sound is not turned up on Greg Hunter's latest guest.

Real estate expert Fabian Calvo talks about "no money down loans" which are fueling a housing bubble in the states. Some of the top real estate investors in the U.S. are moving to cash as vulture funds prepare to sweep in and buy at coming fire sale prices.

Calvo says, "I talk to a lot of people in the business, and they all know it’s coming, but it’s not coming yet. I agree with them..."

Peter Schiff explains why May Jobs Report has taken

In an exclusive 'Your World' interview, Alan Greenspan, the former Federal Reserve chief weighs in on the 2016 Presidential race, urges entitlements to be the central issue of the presidential debate.

Zero Hedge commented in respect to the article that:

"Greenspan also doesn't really view recession as the biggest problem right now, he is concerned (rightfully so) about the longer term problem of low economic growth and soaring entitlement growth."

Jeff Berwick discusses recent comments about the markets and gold by billionaire Druckenmiller.

A hilarious skit involving a man offering people a free 10-ounce bar of silver or a free Hershey chocolate bar, shows just how little the average American knows about the cost of silver.

Peter Schiff explains why the market has it wrong and what will happen if the Fed raises rates when it meets in June.
Schiff explains, "these rate hikes are too little too late; everybody knows that the Fed is ending its tightening cycle, whether it makes one more quarter-point hike or not is immaterial, because by the end of the year they're going to have to take all this stuff back, they're going to be cutting rates, they're going to be doing QE4..." 

Financial analyst Bix Weir wrote a recent article that said a “Trump/Sanders ticket would galvanize the nation.”

Weir expects his timeline to hit a financial crescendo in the September/October time frame. Weir says, “The Fed and the Treasury are controlling all markets with computer programs. I have proved this a zillion times. They are doing it with the programs that Alan Greenspan wrote in the 1960’s and 1970’s. It has always been the plan to destroy the dollar and go back to a gold standard.”

Peter Schiff talks about the short memory of Wall Street and<

Gold is quickly becoming the new cocaine in Colombia. The precious metal is now the currency of choice for individuals and groups engaging in illicit trade in the South American country. That's because unlike cocaine, it's perfectly legal to carry gold, and unlike money, it's virtually untraceable. But there are some major side-effects of Colombia's new gold rush that locals are curiously quiet about: erectile dysfunction and brain damage.