Saturday, April 30, 2011

David Morgan Interviews John Lee About Prophecy's Chandgana Project

David Morgan interviews John Lee, CEO and Chairman, about Prophecy's Chandgana 1.2 billion tonnes thermal coal project in Mongolia.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

David Morgan on Financial Sense Newshour 22 Apr 2011

Monday, April 25, 2011

Ellis Martin Report with David Morgan - April 25th 2011

As silver is nearly at a benchmark $50 per ounce, David Morgan, the Silver Guru of weighs in on the gold/silver ratio, fiat currency, inflation and a host of other related issues. This broadcast which additionally airs in select US radio markets is one of David's most he draws attention to a movie filmed in 1981 about the collapse of the dollar due to Arab offloading into bullion. Is this happening now?

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Silver Scarcer Than Gold And More Useful - Mike Maloney & David Morgan Conversation

Mike Maloney and David Morgan discuss gold and silver as the\y ride across town in a limo. Silver is scarcer than gold and more useful. What happens if they were no more silver? The industrial world we know would cease.

Kitco Audio: David Morgan and Premium Exploration President Del Steiner on Gold's "perfect storm"

April 15 ,2011: Al Korelin chats with David Morgan of The Morgan Report and Premium Exploration President Del Steiner at the Chicago Resource Expo about the ongoing U.S. financial crisis and how these woes have created a perfect storm for Gold.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

David Morgan Appears on the Korelin Economics Report

David Morgan, was a guest this last weekend on the Korelin Economics reports. You can find his interviews by visiting this link:

Gold hits record above $1,500

U.S. gold futures GC-FT hit an all-time high above $1,500 an ounce on Tuesday on a combination of dollar decline, recovering crude oil prices and worries about sovereign debt problems in Europe.

Bullion rose to a record for a second straight day, as investors bought gold as a hedge against economic uncertainty after Standard & Poor’s on Monday revised the credit outlook of the United States to negative from stable.

“It’s follow-through buying from yesterday after the market had absorbed an initial bout of profit-taking. The recovery of oil prices and the euro have combined to take gold to the $1,500 level,” said James Steel, chief commodity analyst of HSBC.

U.S. gold futures for June delivery rose 60 cents to $1,493.50 by 12:30 p.m. EDT (1630 GMT), having earlier hit a record $1,500.50 an ounce.

Spot gold was down 0.2 per cent at $1,492.44 an ounce, bouncing off a high of $1,499.31.

Risky assets were hit by a double-whammy on Monday after fears mounted that Greece will have to restructure its debt, maybe as early as this summer, and S&P threatened to cut the United States’ AAA credit rating.

Silver SI-FT also set a 31-year high of $43.79 an ounce, and was later up 0.4 per cent at $43.49 an ounce.

Silver has outperformed gold this year, up more than 40 per cent so far against gold’s 5 per cent rise. The gold/silver ratio slipped to a 28-year low below 35 on Monday.

Among other precious metals, platinum slipped 0.4 per cent to $1,764.74 an ounce, while palladium dropped 1.5 per cent to $728.47.