Monday, March 2, 2015

Better Times Ahead for Silver and Gold



Wednesday, February 18, 2015

David Morgan: Revolution An Instruction Manual


David Morgan presents the closing keynote speech at the Liberty Mastermind Symposium in Las Vegas February 22, 2014 titled Revolution: An Instruction Manual. It focuses on how revolutions begin with a "no" and end with a "yes". It's message is one of leadership and psychology. Morgan discusses the conscious revolution paradigm. The three pillars of power. The three stages of a revolution. What real leaders do. Recommended action steps.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Silver & Gold Bar Testing


David Morgan of http://silver-investor.com expresses his view on gold and silver bar and coin testing. He also touches the matter of faking gold and silver. GoldMoney has implemented ultrasound gold bar testing to ensure the integrity of the gold stored for its customers

Friday, January 9, 2015

How to Invest in Silver and Gold


Silver guru David Morgan of explains how to invest in gold and silver by making use of dollar cost averaging (DCA)

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Money is important, but it needs to be put in the proper place

David Morgan got more personal with his advice in October. He pointed out that he is grateful that he is part of the small minority of people on earth who have a portfolio to worry about. “Money is important, but it needs to be put in the proper place. There is more to life than how much money you can make. Nature preaches balance and when things get out of balance, it has a way of bringing them back into equilibrium. This is most evident in the natural resource sector. We’re acting as if the earth is income rather than capital. The result is that we are using up our base capital in the form of forests and water and metal and not replacing them. That is unsustainable. I’m afraid we are going to pay a high price for that. We need to live within our means rather than getting all we can. It’s more about what you can contribute, maintain and sustain than who has the most toys.”

- Source, Trefis
 

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Fundamentals of Owning Precious Metals Have Not Changed

People need to keep in mind that prices go up and down in all markets. Second, know that the fundamentals of owning precious metals have not changed. Third, remember why they bought the metal in the first place. And lastly, ensure that they are diversified properly, meaning they need to own the right amount of physical metal for their age and objectives. We don't advocate 100% or even 80% allocation to precious metals. But we want the money investors to put into the sector to be profitable, and that is why we specialize in sharing information about this sector.

A couple of years ago when silver prices had similarly dropped before bouncing up again, I talked at the Silver Summit about being grateful that I even have a portfolio to worry about. I shared some statistics on how the average American lives compared to the average citizen of the world. It was a reminder to myself and the audience that sometimes we get too focused on the monetary aspects of our lives.

Money is important, but it needs to be put in the proper place. There is more to life than how much money you can make. Nature preaches balance and when things get out of balance, it has a way of bringing them back into equilibrium. This is most evident in the natural resource sector. We're acting as if the earth is income rather than capital. The result is that we are using up our base capital in the form of forests and water and metal and not replacing them. That is unsustainable. I'm afraid we are going to pay a high price for that. We need to live within our means rather than getting all we can. It's more about what you can contribute, maintain and sustain than who has the most toys.

- Source, David Morgan via Silver Investors

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