Most of us don't know where their money is. However, one thing is for certain, it's is not in the bank to which we entrusted it. The bank and our money is already a part of the cycle of the global money market.

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Mark Mobius ...
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Mirko Kovats ...
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K. Sujatha Raaju ...
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Gerhard Schwarz ...
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John Christensen ...
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Yves Delisle ...
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Francis Kologo ...
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Anton Schneider ...
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Werner Rügemer ...
Himself (as Dr. Werner Rügemer)
John Perkins ...
Himself
Antonio Baena Pérez ...
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Miguel Angel Torres ...
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Ramón Fernandéz Durán ...
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George Belton ...
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Joseph James ...
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Most of us don't know where their money is. However, one thing is for certain, it's is not in the bank to which we entrusted it. The bank and our money is already a part of the cycle of the global money market.

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Let your money work !

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31 October 2008 (Austria)  »

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Hagamos dinero  »

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When John Christensen states "that currently 11.5 trillion Dollars of private wealth is held offshore", in the German subtitles this is translated as "11.5 Trillionen Dollar". This is way off: the (English) trillion is a million million, whereas a (German) Trillion is a billion billion. See more »

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[Dr. Mobius has been called 'investment guru' and 'father of emerging markets']
Dr. Mark Mobius: The best time to buy is when there is blood on the streets.
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A mockumentary, but not a funny one
16 February 2009 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

If you expect a serious documentary this film will greatly disappoint. The film is mainly composed of a series of out of context comments from different people and of how the western world exploits developing countries.

I have never seen a more populistic film than this one made after 1945. All it does is try to make people feel bad about the third world and announce the end of capitalism. Anybody with a basic understanding of economics will see through this 'documentary' and recognize the film's left wing agenda.

It's too bad. This film could have been good. With sticking to facts relevant to the banking system and thorough research and knowledge of the economic sector they could have made a great documentary. Instead, all they do is try to scare the 'small man' who doesn't know much about economics.

And come on, bashing capitalism in these times of recession is sooo original...


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