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Keiser Report | Not Going to Make It | E1763

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Keiser Report | Not Going to Make It | E1763​

In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the multiple supply chain catastrophes unfolding around the world as markets continue their relentless march higher. Is this due to amazing economic activity? Or a huge volume of new money?

In the second half, Max continues his chat with bitcoin podcaster Mark Moss about going where you are wanted, and how bitcoin changes the rules of the game for the individual.

 

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At least Max gives an explanation for the supply chain issues. There's been an odd lack of serious explanation coming from other places.
It's all about politics and global dominance
 

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Maxxx is 100% Maddd, but he is damned smart and right on most of the time. I only wish I had listened to him 10 years ago when he said buy Bitcoin at a buck.
 

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The reason I understand for the supply chain issues is that 4 yrs ago California regulated trucks (diesel) to be less polluting - making them put 'scrubbers' on their trucks to keep the exhaust soot down - something along those lines?

Trucks that are 3 years old have the new and improve features, older trucks do not.

If they don't have the costly features they can't load at CA ports. There are more old trucks than new.

So that cuts out 80% of the truckers.
 

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The reason I understand for the supply chain issues is that 4 yrs ago California regulated trucks (diesel) to be less polluting - making them put 'scrubbers' on their trucks to keep the exhaust soot down - something along those lines?

Trucks that are 3 years old have the new and improve features, older trucks do not.

If they don't have the costly features they can't load at CA ports. There are more old trucks than new.

So that cuts out 80% of the truckers.
and there were few / no exceptions

all of the business trucks here are brand new...there was, at one point, a six month / year delivery date from day of purchase, depending on options


the fact there are plumbing companies or any mobile service providers at all speaks to the overall volume of people in those professions
 

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It seems to me the lefties WANT the economic system to implode so they can install communism after the collapse. And they've been given the power to make it happen, especially in places like CA.
 

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At least Max gives an explanation for the supply chain issues. There's been an odd lack of serious explanation coming from other places.

And apparently Soros and institutional investors have been buying Bitcoin.