They have one eye on Washington and the other on Wall Street. Investors are paying close attention because the contentious debate in Congress could have very serious implications for their 401(k) accounts.
The clock is ticking down to next week's deadline to raise the government's debt limit and avoid defaulting on U.S. loans. Late Tuesday, the House Speaker pushed off a vote on a debt-ceiling measure that is opposed by tea party conservatives.
This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the one in 66 Americans now classified as psychotic and the matter of 'selective default' as the over prescribed anti-psychotic medication for financial marketss. In the second half of the show, Max talks to Adrian Salbuchi about the similarities between the financial attack on Greece and what happened to Argentina in 2001/2002.