Forum Post: (((Video))) --TheKeiserReport-- WorldCurrencyWar I /// The Consequences of Not Persuing Justice Among the Top .001%
Posted 10 years ago on Dec. 13, 2011, 9:20 a.m. EST by MonetizingDiscontent
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World Currency War I & the Consequences of Not Persuing Justice Among the Top .001%
This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss virtual dollars and American plots and tinned goods. Most of the recent headlines they are discussing are listed below.
In the second half of the show, Max talks to Detlev Schlichter about elastic money and financial crises.
Groupon Allegedly Hacked Merchant's Email To Alter Contract
-December 07, 2011-
The suit, filed by household construction and repair web site BidMyCrib, claims Groupon surreptitiously changed a contract to extend the terms of a deal BidMyCrib had offered.
DJIA 14,000 Depends on U.S. Saying We’re in This With Europe
-Dec 7, 2011-
Never before has the euro influenced U.S. stocks as much as this year, a sign that American equities aren’t going anywhere until Europe’s credit crisis is solved.
The link between the Dow Jones Industrial Average and swings in the currency reached a record on Dec. 2, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The so-called correlation coefficient showing how much two markets rise and fall in tandem hit 0.85, the highest level since the euro was founded in 1999, data on 60-day rolling averages show.
A reading of 1 means assets are moving in lockstep.
(((People all over the world worry about this whole new world order thing, and whether there will be a new global currency, so does this show that there may already be a type of global currency? Do we already have a unified group of people, one entity controlling everything? Could this be why everything is in lockstep?)))
German Politician: Euro Downgrade Is an American Plot
-Dec 7, 2011-
Standard & Poor’s warning that no less than fifteen eurozone states, including Germany, could lose their AAA credit rating has been met with howls of protest from leading German politicians...
“I am no fan of conspiracy theories,” Brüderle told the German business daily Handelsblatt, “But sometimes it is hard to avoid the impression that some American ratings agencies and fund managers are working against the euro zone.”
UBS' Advice On What To Buy In Case Of Eurozone Breakup: "Precious Metals, Tinned Goods And Small Calibre Weapons"
...And here comes UBS to remind everyone that anything but a "fix" to a system that was broken from the very beginning, would be a catastrophe, captured probably the best in Hatheway's recommendations of assets to be bought as a hedge to a Euro collapse:
"I suppose there might be some assets worthy of consideration—precious metals, for example. But other metals would make wise investments, too. Among them tinned goods and small calibre weapons."