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The following are a selection of economic and financial markets analysis online video's.

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Hendry 'I would recommend you panic' 31st May 2010 - 8 minutes

    Hugh Hendry attacks academic economists on Newsnight

Marc Faber on the Coming Economic Catastrophe Triggered by the Next AIG to Fall31st May 2010 - 1 hour 7minutes

    Presented by Marc Faber at "Austrian Economics and the Financial Markets," the Mises Circle in Manhattan in New York, New York. Includes an introduction by Mises Institute president Douglas E. French. We ain' t seen nothing' yet, says Marc Faber

Max Keiser Report: Goldman Sachs, Undeclared Enemy of the State, Financial Terrorism 29th May 2010 - 26 minutes

    This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals of naked short selling, supplementary liquidity providers and the conspiracy of banks. In the second half of the show, Max interviews Jim Rickards about naked short selling and overwhelming the specialist system, Wall Street banks undermining Greece and Goldman Sachs as an undeclared national enemy.

Gerald Celente Clash of the Economists - What's Next For Our Economy? 28th May 2010 - 5 minutes

    ABC6 News Anchor John DeLuca sat down with two prominent economists, with two drastically different outlooks for the nation's economy.

    Gerald Celente, Director of the Trends Research Institute, sees a very bleak future for the United States, and a major collapse coming soon for the entire nation, maybe the entire world.

    URI Economics Professor Leonard Lardaro admits some serious problems in today's economy, and that of the future, but thinks Celente's 'doomsday' scenarios are too dire, and a little much.

Jim Rogers Says Stocks Bear Market is Not Over 26th May 2010 - 8 minutes

    Jim Rogers Says the stocks bear market is not over, in a discussion with Dan Mangru on the financial reform bill, Fed incompetence and what investors should do.

    “The best place to have your money is in either sound currencies or real assets. For my money, real assets are a better place to be because, throughout history, when governments have started printing a lot of money, the money has gone into real things – whether that’s silver, or cotton, or natural gas – something that’s real that people can use. Putting into paper money at a time when paper money is being debased all over the world is usually not a good thing to do.”

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Robert Prechter On Schedule for a Very, Very Long Stocks Bear Market 26th May 2010 - 5 minutes

    Robert Prechter discussed the recent global sell-off that has sent all major U.S. averages 10% below their 2010 highs with Yahoo! Finance Tech Ticker host Aaron Task on May 20, 2010. Prechter says that the current climate shows that "we're in a wave of recognition" where the fundamentals are catching up to the technical's and that it's time to prepare for a "long way down."

    For more information from Robert Prechter, download a FREE 10-page issue of the Elliott Wave Theorist. It challenges current recovery hype with hard facts, independent analysis, and insightful charts. You'll find out why the worst is NOT over and what you can do to safeguard your financial future.

Marc Faber Says Stock Market Could Fall by a Further 15% 25th May 2010 - 9 minutes

    Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom reports, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Ken Prewitt about the outlook for U.S. stocks.

    Faber says global stocks are in a "correction period" and believes the Standard & Poor's 500 Index could decline another 10-15 percent. He also discusses the violence in Thailand.

Gerald Celente with Max Keiser on Food Riots, Tent Cities, Mob Rule 24th May 2010 - 23 minutes

    "Here we are in 2012. Food riots, tax protests, farmer rebellions, student revolts, squatter digins, homeless uprisings, tent cities, ghost malls, general strikes, bossnappings, kidnappings, industrial saboteurs, gang warfare, mob rule, terror. How could it have come to this? Across the nation and around the world, it was a variation of the same theme. In the United States it was called “Obamageddon,” in the rest of the world it was “The Greatest Depression.” Did no one see it coming? Yes and no. There were intelligent, informed people who saw it. But for the most part they didn’t want to believe their eyes and didn’t want to hear it.

    They could do the math, but too terrified to face the big, bad ugly truth, they were afraid to add up the numbers. If you didn’t see the future through rose-colored glasses, they called you names: “Gloom and Doomer.” A purveyor of “Pessimism Porn” sniggered The New York Times, deriding Gerald Celente’s forecasts because they lacked the obligatory happy ending. The same New York Times — who sold America the Iraq war, who denied America was heading for recession until it became “official,” who relentlessly parroted the party line — like so many of “the most trusted” names in news, were themselves insidious pushers of “Optimism Opium.” And for the most part Americans"

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Why You've Never Heard of the Great Depression of 1920 23rd May 2010 - 49 minutes

    Lets take a look at what happens when economic laws are violated. Revisionist history is a useful, potent tool. The cats out of the bag and everyone knows Obama is a closet socialist, but lets take a look at a American favorite, Franklin D. Roosevelt.

    Despite all his spending programs, public works, quick fix legislations, radio talks, etc., it solved nothing. Years after his programs were in full swing even his Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau admitted, "We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work ... After eight years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started ... And an enormous debt to boot!". To wit - at least back then a high government official payed lip service to the truth.

Woman’s Home Confiscated Over Small Water Bill 22nd May 2010 - 10 minutes

One raw day in early February, Vicki Valentine stood by helplessly as real estate investors snatched her West Baltimore home over what began with an unpaid city water bill of $362.

As snow threatened to fall, she watched a work crew hired by the new owners punch out the lock on her front door. A sheriff's deputy was on the scene while Valentine and her teenage son piled whatever they could into a borrowed car.

Running out of time, Valentine scrambled to pack up clothing and mementos. The home had been her family's for nearly three decades, and her father had paid off the mortgage in 1984. "It's hard to say goodbye to this house," she said. "It's like someone forcing you out of something that belongs to you. I don't get it."

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Max Keiser Report: Markets! Finance! Scandal! 22nd May 2010 - 25 minutes

This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert look at the scandals of perfect trading days; PIIGS flying only to fall to earth five minutes later when markets realize the Euro-Tarp financiers are themselves bankrupt debt pigs; and Max Keiser explains high frequency terrorism in the Manchurian candidate markets. In the second half of the show, Max interviews post-neoclassical economic philosopher Damon Vrabel about the European bailout, the financial empire and the IMF, and how the right kind of republic can provide some solutions.


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