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#35: Max Keiser

Alongside his wife Stacy Herbert, Max Keiser co-hosts the Keiser Report, a financial program broadcast on RT and also the twice weekly ORANGE PILL PODCAST, which focuses on bitcoin and the Renaissance 2.0 culture developing around it.

Upon graduating from New York University, Max started working as a stockbroker on Wall Street from 1982 through 1990 at firms Paine Webber, Oppenheimer and Co., Shearson Lehman Hutton, and Alex. Brown & Sons.

He went into semi-retirment in 1990 moving to Paris, France. In 1995, he was asked by Alec Baldwin to move to Los Angeles and co-produce a film he had written and had been bought by Miramax. While in LA, he and Michael Burns started the Hollywood Stock Exchange, where Max invented the Virtual Specialist Technology pat. no 5950176 (later sold to Cantor Fitzgerald).

He again went into semi-retirement in France, where he met his future wife Stacy Herbert and they started collaborating on film and TV projects for various international outlets such at the BBC, Al Jazeera English, Press TV, RT and France 24.

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Enjoy our talk with Max below: