Tuesday, March 21, 2017

US Debt Clock Shows Gold and Silver Way Undervalued

On the U.S debt clock showing gold being priced thousands of dollars more than it is priced in the markets, and also silver priced hundreds of dollars higher, Morgan says, “I think it is $812 silver and gold $7,300. What that is is year-over-year increases in M2 money supply and yielding production of silver and gold in ounces. Or, you could say it’s the year-over-year production in ounces... and it’s an arithmetic problem. 

It’s dollars per ounce mined. As to why they are doing this, I don’t know, but I will take a stab at it. Maybe it is to get this out in the public where few are awake and aware. It’s obviously showing the gold/silver ratio is out of whack. . . . Both silver and gold are way undervalued.” In closing, Morgan, who is also an expert in gold and silver, says, “Real wealth is what we can physically touch, and the market is going to reprice all of that. Gold and silver are a small subset of real wealth because that is physical money.

If you look at farmland, skyscrapers, all the roads, all the minerals in the ground, oil and everything else, that’s the real wealth. What you do in a bond collapse is you reprice everything.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with David Morgan of The Morgan Report.

- Source, USA Watchdog