Monday, November 23, 2015
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Wednesday, November 4, 2015
The DOW is off 2,000 points from its high.
China is at a 78-month low, off by 40%.
Japan is off 3,000 from its peak.
Germany is also off
UK is off 16%.
France is down 18%
Italy is down 50%.
Indian stocks are down 4,000 points.
Russia is off about 10%.
So, is the shit about ready to hit the fan? David certainly believes so. In one of the most comprehensive interviews we have ever done, David discusses precious metals, PM stocks, monetary policy, and Volkswagen's effect on the PMs!
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Monday, October 5, 2015
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Friday, September 25, 2015
Sunday, September 20, 2015
1. 5 MILLION oz Retail Silver BACKLOG
Morgan Breaks Down Physical Market: Shortage in the Wholesale Market, or Just in Retail?
2. At What Point Does the Retail Market Put Stress on the 1000 oz Bar Market?
3. Funds Attempting to Trigger $1070 Stops, Send Gold Towards 3 Figures
4. Closer to the Edge of the Cliff- "At Some Point, Something's Going to Give!"
5. Shemitah Week is HERE: Is the BIG ONE on the doorstep? Eric and David weigh in
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
In March, Morgan predicted September as a time of increasing turmoil in financial markets and thinks it’s downhill from here. On the continuing turmoil, Morgan says, “It will be ebb and flow, but the trend is increasing, increasing and increasing. It will, unfortunately, in my strong opinion, it will get worse before it gets better.”
Saturday, September 5, 2015
The current gold-silver ratio implies to David Morgan is that silver is presently undervalued relative to gold.
According to Morgan the Gold-Silver Ratio is telling us something else that is important.
"If you have a real economy with sound money you get a deflationary trend. This means your money is worth more over time. It is beneficial to almost everybody. Silver is the best inflation edge and not the best deflation hedge. Gold is the best deflation hedge. Silver anticipated this huge inflationary environment back when QE2 was announced and moved from $26/OZ to $48/OZ. What happened was all that anticipated inflation didn't get into the market place because all the increased debt only resulted in re-liquifying the banks. They forced the money into the banking system and not out into the public sector."
David believes silver is currently a better buy than gold. He still believes silver will outperform gold.
"We are not out of the woods. There is a place for precious metals in your portfolio. 20% for "metal bugs" and 10% for the average public."
- Source, Silver Seek