Sunday, October 28, 2012

Why is anyone with a brain still living in the USA?

Weekend Chillout - Snakes Alive

This week was hard work but a wonderful time meeting with new and existing precious metal investors and junior mining execs. Thanks to all that made the Gold Symposium the exceptional event that is was. Lastly we can't forget the final public event with the PAMP Lunar Snakes Launch. May the Year of the Snake bring you great wisdom and intuition.

Keiser Report: Financial Earthquakes

Oct 27, 2012 by

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss High Frequency Trading being declared 'beneficial' by a scientist working for the UK government while on the other side of the pond, a US regulator blames it for wild volatility and compares it to "Texas Hold 'Em-Time to Fold 'Em." They also In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to tax expert, Lee Sheppard, about High Frequency Trading, a Financial Transaction Tax and siphoning gasoline from a neighbor's gas tank and claiming to be a market maker.

Inside Story Americas - Are US drone strikes a war crime?

Oct 27, 2012 by

A special unit is being set up to investigate the legality of US drone strikes but the White House appears unapologetic. Is the White House trying to buffer and widen its scope of targeted killings with controversial new legislations? Shihab Rattansi speaks to Greg Miller, and Hina Shamsi.

Goldman Sachs Director Gets 2 Years in Prison

Oct 27, 2012 by

Rajat K. Gupta, the former Goldman Sachs director, was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday for leaking boardroom secrets to the former hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam.

On The Money: Why to invest in Russia with Jim Rogers

Oct 27, 2012 by

After 46 years of successful investing, Jim Rogers is turning his attention to Russia. What has changed in Russia's economic environment? Have investment risks been reduced? What's making emerging markets more and more attractive? Peter Lavelle is joined by Jim Rogers, Ben Aris and Yaroslav Lissovolik to discuss what's driving foreign investors to Russian markets.

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