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The host of London Real talks about his transition from MIT, where he studied mechanical engineering, to investment banking and eventually derivatives trading.


"They can't teach you about the things you need to know...

The host of London Real talks about his transition from MIT, where he studied mechanical engineering, to investment banking and eventually derivatives trading.


"They can't teach you about the things you need to know about Wall Street in college."

- Brian Rose


Watch this video to learn about one man's experience on Wall Street and about some of the things you won't read in the Wall Street Journal. 

Bill Gross has recently commented that bonds are the short of a lifetime.

In this interview Rick Ackerman explains his stance on the bond market, interest rates and the US dollar.

Peter Schiff explains in his latest podcast that the one promise central banks can keep is inflation.

Schiff delves into the constant need by the government and economists to rationalize weak economic results, by unrelated events.

Schiff explores the recent 5% surge in the Canadian dollar over the past week. The rise of inflation in Canada, including a 4% month over month rise in food prices, is also discussed. 

Kitco News' Daniela Cambone takes viewers on a journey through the streets of New York City looking for gold!

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the public swindle that is the Private Finance Initiatives which have left the UK £222 billion deeper in debt.

Herbert explains that a PFI is like a mortgage taken out by the government on behalf of the people. The only difference is that the PFI is more like a lease and in many cases the government owns nothing at the end of the term.

Renowned financial analyst Martin Armstrong says you can forget about the U.S. dollar crashing in value. Armstrong contends, “No, that’s absurd. The euro is in terrible shape. The yen is in terrible shape, and honestly, you can’t park money in yuan or Russian rubles, yet. I mean, let’s be realistic here, but eventually--yes.”

Armstrong believes that the amount of interest the US government will have to pay by 2020, will exceed the defense budget.

Peter Schiff smashes economists who have forecasted GDP to come in at around 3-4% in the first half of 2015. After almost no growth in Q1, economists will need a miracle of 6-7% Q2 GDP growth for these estimates to come in true.

This podcast from early April predicts a declining US economy into May and June.

Earlier today, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi was attacked by a protester yelling "end the ECB dictatorship" during a press conference.

The event resumed a few minutes later.

On Monday Frank Holmes spoke with Kitco News about gold on this latest edition of “Gold Game Film.” Holmes comments on last week’s FOMC minutes and says he just thought it was “lots of noise” in the marketplace.

Peter Schiff remains adamant, despite years of a so-called recovery in the United States, that the US economy has been false expansion, propped up by free money and manipulation.

Schiff is predicting the economy to roll-over and enter recession in the near-term.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss rendering unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s – and unto Warren Buffett (and other tollbooth operators) everything else.

Buffett's mobile home empire is exposed in this episode of the Keiser Report.

Keiser explains that, "Warren Buffett's become the company store of America, he's the guy people end of dealing with."

VICE founder Shane Smith sits down with Canadian prime ministerial candidate Justin Trudeau to talk about his campaign, and the most pressing issues facing Canada today, from the controversial anti-terrorism bill to climate change.

Trudeau comments in respect to climate change that, "we need a price on carbon" and that, "right now this government has not done it and not even been willing to talk about it."

Trudeau believes "people don't trust our government."

Peter Hug joined Kitco News ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee minutes release Wednesday to see if he thinks gold may get a boost this afternoon. “We all know the Fed wants to raise rates,” he says.

However, Peter says there has been no economic data that would suggest the Fed is in any hurry to do so. “I’m still in the camp that we may not see a rate increase until 2016,” Hug stated.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss what Dr. Seuss can teach us about central bankers toying with the price-time continuum.

An in-depth look at the real cause of the California water crisis and the history which lead to this challenging situation.

Stefan Molyneux looks at the questions:

Why are farmers trying to grow water intensive crops in a desert environment? How could farming in a desert possibly be cost effective? What role do taxpayer funded dam projects and government subsidies play in this shortage?

California and other water strapped states will continually be forced to look north to secure water.

Peter Schiff discusses the recent weak US job numbers.

Schiff explains that, "for months now, we have been inundated with bad economic news."

The Atlanta Fed's GDP estimate for Q1 has dropped to zero.

Schiff believes that the March jobs report is the final "superficial" indicator that the US economy is in bad shape.

Eric Coffin of HRA Advisories joins Kitco News to discuss what it’s going to take to get some capital into the junior gold mining sector.

Speaking about the 700 or 800 junior mining companies that have been supposed to disappear over the last few years, Coffin says not to underestimate the ability of some promoters.

The question now is: What can the Fed do now that the economy is turning down again?

Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts commented that, "There’s not much they can do except print more money. That will eventually get into the economy and drive up prices. So, you are going to have no ability to buy anything because of rising prices—hyperinflation."

Roberts believes "They have created a perfect storm. There is really no way out for the Fed."

Marc Faber warns of a period beginning in 1937 when the Fed raised rates for many years in his latest interview on CNBC.

Faber comments that,

"The world is normal. The central bankers are mad. They are deranged. They are deranged. They belong to an asylum not a central bank."

Faber persuades against buying US stocks and continues to preach emerging markets.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss occupying Murdoch with a Trews awning. They examine the economic and financial reasons the population should look beyond porn - both property porn and the Page 3 sort - to see what disinformation, misinformation and more is being pushed on them by a media in bed with political and corporate elites.

In the second half, they look at Deutsche Bank considering closing down their retail operations because, in this new QE and Zirp managed world, they lose money on depositors.