The Man Who Knew

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  • amy w
    amy w 3 days ago

    love of money is the root of all evil.

  • Craven Morehead
    Craven Morehead 3 days ago

    The biggest Ponzi scheme of all is Social Security.

  • Luan Ly
    Luan Ly 3 days ago

    This guy Markopolos,
    Interviewer: “What if he’s just good?”
    Markopolos: “No one’s that good.”
    Interviewer: “Either way he was doing something illegal.”
    Markopolos: “Either way I knew he was going to prison.”
    Me:



    SAVAGE.

  • Shafik Bashir
    Shafik Bashir 3 days ago

    Jordan Belfort’s fraud seems like kids stuff compared to Bernie Madoff’s. And the Rothschilds....well....makes you wonder if there could be any truth to ‘Mein Kampf’

  • Mohamed ali
    Mohamed ali 4 days ago

    Snitch

  • Eugenie Isaiah 41:10

    This is kind of amusing to me - a show about a man who fooled and robbed so many, and yet in this present time a woman’s life is on hold so many can use her as their source of entertainment (taunting her about money she’s entitled to and other personal details that’s none of their business). It’s like the world is one big Ponzi scheme (no one wants to reveal anything - I’m sensing because they think they won’t get a piece of the pie). Hypocrisy. I’ve never heard of a woman who had to interact with/be around her stalkers day in and day out.

  • Keith Risk
    Keith Risk 8 days ago

    The Onion's Michael Falk is a hero.

  • Marty Callmer
    Marty Callmer 10 days ago

    So smart but he can't pronounce Madoff name right I cringe when he says it but I'm glad he was there to figure this criminal out

  • veee1985
    veee1985 10 days ago

    Greed got both sides classic

  • Terry K
    Terry K 12 days ago

    I do feel bad for the victims, but only to a point. Before you let anybody handle your life's savings you have to do your due dilligence.
    Also, it doesnt surprise me one but that the SEC were inept at the most basic of tasks.
    Its the government.

  • LORDTAI👑
    LORDTAI👑 12 days ago

    Jews Trust Jews Too Much

  • Slomofogo
    Slomofogo 13 days ago

    Bernie made off with all of my MONEY!

  • ColonelBuck
    ColonelBuck 13 days ago

    Anyone wanting to invest in the stock market should watch the movie The Flim-Flam Man starring George C. Scott.

  • protectbodythetans
    protectbodythetans 14 days ago

    "From intrgral to diff calculus" like there is a bunch of things inbetween, theres not, one is a continuation of the other and linear algebra thats what they give you in high school. The other things he says are not math courses

  • protectbodythetans
    protectbodythetans 14 days ago

    Zhahahah those are the basic math courses, he is no engineer. We have to take like 8 maths

  • Lance August
    Lance August 15 days ago +1

    Washington, like Wall Street, has frauds on the scale of Madoff. The corruption at the FBI, the abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act used to spy on American citizens and political opponents, and the refusal of the Justice Department to prosecute the corruption are fraud of a different sort but of equal magnitude.

  • Javier Garcia
    Javier Garcia 16 days ago +1

    Sounds like another trump

    • desiguy55
      desiguy55 14 days ago

      no comparison.trump worked hard, madoff just stole other people's money to enrich themselves, , kind of like what democrats do. Madoff is the ideal democrat.

  • Paul Suprono
    Paul Suprono 16 days ago

    What has become of the agencies who were to monitor Bernie's affairs ?

  • Toney Chappell
    Toney Chappell 17 days ago

    Closed group of Lucky investors = Crooked...Remember...
    "You cannot Cheat an Honest person "

  • Sarah Deshay
    Sarah Deshay 17 days ago

    Do you think the Sec knows that the stock market is no less a Ponzi scheme than was Bernie Madoff?

  • Mary Fagan
    Mary Fagan 17 days ago

    Utterly frightening.

  • aqualane1
    aqualane1 18 days ago

    Jews stealing money. The only reason madoff is a villain is because he defrauded other Jews. If it was just goyim (cattle) no one would care.

  • Louie Alouie
    Louie Alouie 18 days ago

    "Who most people wouldn't notice on the street" ?? Come on 60 Minutes, was that really necessary?

  • Jay Suttle
    Jay Suttle 19 days ago

    IMAGINARY 12% A YEAR 😂

  • vincent fong
    vincent fong 19 days ago

    SEC is so incompetent. but being the regulator as a monopoly, we cant fire them. that is the failure of having a centralised incompetent agency. but this fraud still isnt big enough to change the flaw in the system. where is the regulation of ico ??? again they fail to protect the public when they get paid decent salary to do nothing most of the time!!! SEC leadership should be replaced.

  • Jay Chase
    Jay Chase 19 days ago

    And it all comes back to Connecticut. Ugh

  • Scott Henderson
    Scott Henderson 19 days ago

    GEORGE SOROS, Hillary says it is ok.OK MY DADDY SAID THAT I HAVE TO APOLOGIZE.I AM SORRY.CONFUSEFD,KID ELEMENTARY KID,PEACE OUT HILLARY FOR PRESIDENT

  • Disorder Liberalism
    Disorder Liberalism 19 days ago

    The Clinton Foundation is the biggest scam in history!

  • Anthony Rodriguez
    Anthony Rodriguez 20 days ago

    Wow one firm lost 7 billion sheeeeeet.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 20 days ago

    Would still be going on if the credit was there.

  • Christine Badostain
    Christine Badostain 20 days ago

    Greed on every level

  • W. Roberts
    W. Roberts 20 days ago

    Sure, CBS. Omit all references to JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon in this crime. Fake news. CBS is fake news because you can't know the banking practices that a) who knew of the crime, b) the sole client of JP Morgan -- let that sink in, c) that Dimon himself lied through his teeth to build up this massive crime because he was rich because of it. Now it's revealed JP Morgan's been rigging the precious metals markets for decades and he Dimon roams free. But weirder is CBS' calculated omissions of all things JP Morgan and specifically Jamie Dimon.

  • dede4004
    dede4004 20 days ago

    The SEC was and still IS at fault here, just as much as Madoff.

  • dede4004
    dede4004 20 days ago

    "Self regulation in Washington doesn't work". Good quote. Washington has been running amok for decades now, and wven President Trump is trying to turn some things around, they're not going to LET him. Evil incarnate.

  • 222Lightning
    222Lightning 21 day ago

    true humanitarian. Just pause it @5:22 and feel the power of those trusting intelligent eyes that know what best for his investors ……..and ultimately...….what's best for us all!

  • Alexander Lopez
    Alexander Lopez 21 day ago

    Anyone with a high school education can figure out that 12% return on investments...when govt sets the policy and the fdic only offered a max of 3% at the time...is practically impossible.

  • jc6594
    jc6594 22 days ago

    Politicians and the Hollywood Elite made big bucks, therefore they turned a blind eye~~~

  • Pkia 1050
    Pkia 1050 22 days ago +1

    Enough for 60 days!
    Lucky if I have enough to get me thru' tonight.

  • Pkia 1050
    Pkia 1050 22 days ago

    Way to go B'o'inie.
    You got 'em!
    Greed is great!
    Start another from the can,
    I bet it will work.

  • Michael Eyob
    Michael Eyob 22 days ago

    Why didn't he go to the police?

  • ОРМУС КАИЗЕР

    ARE THE USA BECOMING A FASCIST'S STATE ????

  • laudanum669
    laudanum669 24 days ago

    4:05 that's how long it took this guy to figure it out. While the Fed's and everybody else turned a blind eye. Then spent months or years and millions of dollars trying to figure it out. It's all stacked against you.

  • steve smith
    steve smith 24 days ago

    SEC is either incompetent or involved, Madoff was the President of the Nasdaq during the height of his scams. the lesson here is if you need to blow the whistle on stock swindling, don't go to the SEC. Contact the FBI and Senators anonymously and if they don't take action, just tell them that you will go to the Media. NY Media may have turned a blind eye, but not in the midwest.

  • Jim Britt
    Jim Britt 24 days ago

    and all we hear is Trump and collusion, while the bankers think up other schemes, never going to jail.

  • Odette Lunsford
    Odette Lunsford 25 days ago

    God b with u Harry!!!
    5 submissions! He should'nt feeeeeel guilty or bad about anything!
    He did the right thing!

  • Thomas Stecyk
    Thomas Stecyk 25 days ago

    Did he have a college education. I am not saying that having an education is bad. But this is the kind of crap that people look at and go why?

  • Victor Lopez
    Victor Lopez 26 days ago

    Bernie was a Jew and the sec is ran by Jews. Nothing new here...

  • Petsr Hazel
    Petsr Hazel 26 days ago

    if a fund manager claims to make more than the market you should run the other way as they are a fraud. If they make the same as the market then run the other way as you can just invest in index funds at almost zero cost. If they make less than the market then run the other way. I don't think any fund manager makes more than the market. You can trust a fund manager with your life but NOT your money.

  • Badfinger
    Badfinger 27 days ago

    Did any of the victims sue the SEC ? Seems like they were copeable in this .

  • Tikii Lee
    Tikii Lee 27 days ago

    Dam his brain💯💯💯

  • Jennifer Yearwood
    Jennifer Yearwood 27 days ago

    THE NARCISSISM. GOT THEM

  • Jennifer Yearwood
    Jennifer Yearwood 27 days ago

    MARCO. POLO
    INTERESTING NAME

  • JOE TOBEY SR
    JOE TOBEY SR 28 days ago

    Um I completed basic math one 🤓 hate math

  • Swnsasy _
    Swnsasy _ 29 days ago

    I never understood why people invest more than they can lose.. If I have $1M, I'll invest $250k why put all of it in anything? Never understood that..

  • LD ODOM
    LD ODOM Month ago

    The entire stock market is a scheme to shake down unsuspecting investors.
    Rule #1: If you can't drive past it, sell it or rent it out - don't invest in it.

  • Frank Bowman
    Frank Bowman Month ago

    This is the prequel to The Man Who Knew Too Much.

  • Stan Smith
    Stan Smith Month ago

    Bernie was protected by his fellow (((chosen people))) until the wolves came to their own doors and of course they then offered up old Bernard.

  • Yacan Son of Israel

    I never heard of them in the SEC,
    what team are they talking about?

  • M17
    M17 Month ago

    6:20 The most important statement in the whole interview. Indeed they live in glasses!

  • Eddie
    Eddie Month ago

    Next 60 minute interview will be Montana Skeptic aka Lawrence Fossi, the man who knew Tesla was a fraud.

  • ijorge
    ijorge Month ago +1

    I have no sympathy for these elites at all. Their greed and lust for power knew no bounds until Madoff their hero financial wiz took them all down with him. These so called financial intellectuals didn’t even have the brains to ask one simple question. Can we please see the trading tickets? He couldn’t, because Madoff didn’t execute one single trade.

  • GOD
    GOD Month ago

    Mayberry

  • Philip Hoskinson
    Philip Hoskinson Month ago

    Shelly the former Rich Jew, is forced to put her mother in the same home working class peasants do.

  • Aa Bb
    Aa Bb Month ago

    Math pro but doesn’t know how to say 2005 properly?

  • Morahman7vnNo2
    Morahman7vnNo2 Month ago

    "No one's that good."

  • Don Ghiata
    Don Ghiata Month ago

    Chemotherapy is one of the biggest scams in the history of the world. Watch Charlotte Gerson on TVclip....it's not a Ponzi deal....it's far worse , and the FDA is in on the scam.

  • Matt Hawkins
    Matt Hawkins Month ago

    what he said about SEC incompetence can be applied to every government organization

  • O O
    O O Month ago

    Greek people are funny did the biggest schemers low lives out there and there's guys mad that Bernie made off did it better than he could. He should just got worried about Bernie made off and go back to Greece and help them run their country since he knows so much

  • Kurt Vonfricken
    Kurt Vonfricken Month ago

    Diversify, Diversify, Diversify....

  • Kurt Vonfricken
    Kurt Vonfricken Month ago

    If this doesn’t prove the government as s whole is incompetent nothing does.

  • Sovereignty Soldier

    If this story has proven one thing, it is that there is one set of rules for the Jews, and another set for the Goyim.
    And they wonder why they are so distrusted.

  • sina mumuta
    sina mumuta Month ago

    This was happening when you forget God but thinking of the fraud you invested with is a god of Universal , but all these dangerous violence activities was based on selfish and ignored, families and love money , forget God but believe the lies and deceit from the crooked , because the real peoples properties,money were suffered because the Country was running by criminal activist and selfish liars , threaten victims and forced their belongings and that was all about fraud criminal activist put all those people in jail.

  • Neo Meg
    Neo Meg Month ago

    "he was the biggest guy on wall St, but you'd never suspect him of fraud." 🤔

  • Esther Shuruggs
    Esther Shuruggs Month ago

    These greedy fools, when is enough enough?

  • jpkjnn
    jpkjnn Month ago

    Madoff is an evil, vile man.

  • Kathy Venne
    Kathy Venne Month ago

    He's a Hero. God bless him. That monster destroyed many LIVES, including his own family. Heartbreaking. He's a narcissist!

  • TheLochs
    TheLochs Month ago

    Greedy fuckers

  • Branimir Lukač
    Branimir Lukač Month ago

    All world is ponzy scheme

  • RUDEZEBRA
    RUDEZEBRA Month ago

    Perhaps Bernie was considered to be Too Big To Be Wrong or to Fail? Big banks seem to be in that category when things go sour.

  • sideshowdrummer
    sideshowdrummer Month ago

    FCC that's a? This guy made many reports no one did nothing

  • josh
    josh Month ago

    hes not eccentric. hes just a nerd

  • kragseven
    kragseven Month ago

    That Syracuse carpenter local lost everything. It wasn't only the unions money,it was the workers pension and healthcare system. My local brought up investing in Madoff at a meeting ,going on about his big returns. Someone asked,how only he could get those kinds of returns and no one could. They didn't know. They then said he had been investigated and nothing was found. They invested in Madoff but fortunately they didn't give it all to him but it was at least several million the last I heard

  • Michelina Kelly
    Michelina Kelly Month ago

    Now all the scumbags are shaking his hand and applauding him. What a bunch of crooks.

  • Philip Sanders
    Philip Sanders Month ago

    You play,you pay.....

  • tyler496121
    tyler496121 Month ago

    I dont feel bad for someone who is 80 yrs old with an 8 figure fortune and still think they have to invest to get more money, thats just greedy.

  • Miki Miyazaki
    Miki Miyazaki Month ago

    Mad off

  • Carlo Jones
    Carlo Jones 2 months ago

    Madoff with the money😭

  • Phil
    Phil 2 months ago

    The SEC is a joke, I once reported some financial fraud concerns to them and they gave it a cursory look-then claimed they couldn't do anymore. A few emails is all they did. They're just an employment center for Washington DC civil servants, a disgrace.

  • Norma Tible
    Norma Tible 2 months ago

    This whistle blower is a math genius

  • Hello hello hello !!!!
    Hello hello hello !!!! 2 months ago

    Big up the geek!!

  • Gunga Din
    Gunga Din 2 months ago

    I AM THE DEVIL AND I WIN ALWAYS...THIS IS MY PLANET. YOU WERE WARNED

  • Chente 25
    Chente 25 2 months ago

    Jewery at its finest

  • Paul Suprono
    Paul Suprono 2 months ago

    What has happened to Bernie ? Which jail has THE HONOR, of securing . . . Mr. Banoff, behind bars ?

  • The Philosopher of Culture

    It is a basic fault of any victims to put all one's eggs in one basket. At least three completely independent baskets are called for.

  • The Implacable Authoritarian

    The SEC was getting a shut your mouth.

  • Jay Troxel
    Jay Troxel 2 months ago

    Don't feel too bad.. his 8 figure was based on greed. HOW MUCH money do you NEED to retire on? At some point he should have taken a huge portion of that 8 figure nest egg and moved it to something more SAFE... Like bonds or money market. That would left MOST of his nest egg SAFE. But the man didn't do that, did he? Nope. He left ALL his money in the market for 1 simple reason folks... Greed.

  • Jack Vanderpool
    Jack Vanderpool 2 months ago +1

    The largest financial scam in history, is the social security system

  • rolback
    rolback 2 months ago +1

    The SEC is full of incompetent inept government employees. How many of these SEC government employees have been fired? Basic auditing 101 would have raised many flags.

  • Marco Polo
    Marco Polo 2 months ago +1

    Basically the only thing wrong here, was not faking the downturns better :D

  • kevc21
    kevc21 2 months ago +1

    "What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and lose his soul?" - The Man from Galilee