Keiser Report | Bond Bubbles & Price Transparency | E1742

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the never ending bond bubble and those who continue to bet against it. They also look at the ordinary Americans able to negotiate prices similar to or better than multi-billion-dollar health insurance giants for medical procedures. In the second half, Max chats to Gerald Celente in Phoenix, Arizona about the end of yet another empire in Afghanistan.

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