Lovable financial curmudgeon, goldbug, and activist Max Keiser has a new show on BBC Worldwide: The Oracle, in which he predicts the future outcomes of today’s financial chaos.

THE ORACLE January 16th 2009 part 1 of 2 with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert ;

guests are : Ullrich Fichtner , Nigel Eccles, Alec Baldwin and Carrie Quinlan ;

sujects are : what free spending and credit addicted economies like the US and UK can learn from the more prudent Germans, and what difference an Obama presidency might make?

via boingboing

Part II tomorrow evening!

Category: Bailouts, Financial Press, Humor, Video

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2 Responses to “BBC: THE ORACLE (part I)”

  1. ronin says:

    Max is great! Calls it like it is and holds no punches! If he was on CNBC they would put him in a box with 7 other nitwits so they could attack him. Funny how they do that to the honest ones….


  2. ben22 says:

    This is pretty good, but my question is:

    So what happened to Deutsche Bank exactly?