Winter Wants Soccer Stadium Justice Panel, But Adler Explains Why Revolution Is Impossible

In this regular Radio Free Wall Street podcast for subscribers Lee Adler and Russ Winter, discuss the Bank of Japan going insane and whether the market response to central bank printing is a Pavlovian response, or the Fed play Lucy to the market’s Charlie Brown? Russ explains why gold is set up like it was at 1200 and he talks about a massively undervalued gold exploration play. They discuss the fact that banks have zero capital growth this year, and what that says and implies about the future. Lee reports the technical picture and warns to watch out for another liquidity build. Russ wants to set up a soccer stadium justice commission, but Lee explains why there won’t be a revolution.

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