Friday, March 1, 2013

Keiser Report: Slime Mold For President!

From RussiaToday

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how slime molds outsmart our central bankers and policymakers and the four troll banks and their clients living under the bridge. They also discuss George Osborne's slime mold serf experience program. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to renowned mathematician and monetary scientist, Professor Antal Fekete, about the elimination of silver as money, an event that saw value and liquidity wiped out and about the difference between the two giants of Austrian School of Economics - Carl Menger and Ludwig von Mises with the biggest being that Menger did not believe in the quantity theory of money.

The fall of Apple the rise of Twitter

From RTAmerica

Since September of 2012, Apple Inc.'s stock has plummeted nearly $300 per share. According to some users, the company's latest products have been nothing special and many claim that Apple has lost its edge, but now many investors claim that Twitter will become the new cash cow. According to the Wall Street Journal, Twitter saw a 40 percent surge in users in 2012 and it is believed to be worth approximately $10 billion. Adrianne Jeffries, reporter for The Verge, joins us to talk tech with RT's Liz Wahl.

Breaking The Set

From breakingtheset

Abby Martin breaks the set on Food Safety, Hactivist Barrett Brown, and Japanese Internment Camps.

Gerald Celente: Feds Preparing for Economic Emplosion

From TheAlexJonesChannel

Alex talks with trend forecaster Gerald Celente about the disintegrating economy and what is in store for America in the months ahead.

Why is Bradley Manning's Pleading Guilty?

From TheYoungTurks

Sprott Precious Metals Round Table

Precious metals experts Eric Sprott, John Embry and Rick Rule discuss how to invest in precious metals and the factors that effect their markets.

From sprottgroup

Italy's president seeks to reassure Europe

From AlJazeeraEnglish

Investment Terminology Explained

From silver