Sunday, November 10, 2013

Boom Bust: LME rules changes and Profiting off Privacy

From Boom Bust

Published on Nov 8, 2013

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the October job report, surpassing analysts' low expectations, Twitter's IPO went off without a hitch, McKinsey forecasts that big banks may consolidate and Wal-Mart turns into a holiday Grinch. Erin Ade talks to Bloomberg's senior metals and mining analyst, Ken Hoffman, to discuss new warehouse rules at the London Metal Exchange and how the Chinese plenary could affect the commodities markets. Boom Bust sits down with Ladar Levison, owner and operator of Lavabit, to discuss whether profit and privacy can co-exist and the business plans for his new venture, Dark Mail Alliance. In today's Big Deal, a look at the seat JP Morgan may be warming up for NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.

London Million Mask March

From RT

Keiser Report: Net Worth Enemas & Monetizing Bulimia

From RT

Published on Nov 9, 2013

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss net worth enemas and monetizing bulimia in an economy in which the central bank QE beatings will continue until morale improves. In the second half, Max interviews Zac Goldsmith, a Member of Parliament for Richmond Park, about the danger of boycotting democracy, which is that it is guaranteed to take you away from democracy. In response to such anti-democracy sentiments, Zac has launched an e-petition to introduce a proper Recall mechanism for MPs. They also discuss being pro-market not pro-corporatism and how it is that investment companies are hoarding rhino horns to benefit from the economics of extinction.

SD Weekly Metals & Markets

From SilverDoctors