Thursday, May 25, 2017
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Dan Popescu's exclusive interview with David Morgan (The Morgan Report) on silver and its relation to gold:
- Have gold and silver bottomed?
- The gold to silver ratio
- The debt bomb, US dollar collapse, China and the monetary reset
- State control on gold and silver buying
- Gold and silver manipulation
- Coin buying in Europe and the United States
Thursday, May 18, 2017
In this RTD Rewind clip with David Morgan, I ask him to share his thoughts on the monetary shift of power with the emergence of the BRICS nations and the use of the dollar in trade. Listen to what he has to say and let us know your thoughts in the comment section?
Sunday, May 14, 2017
David Morgan of the Morgan Report sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to provide an in-depth analysis on the value proposition of silver. Topics that will be discussed in the interview include Supply, Demand, Recycling, Money vs Currency, the definition of a dollar, the FED, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Commodities Mercantile Exchange, Spot Price ,derivatives, SLV, U.S. Debt Clock, and
Thursday, May 11, 2017
David Morgan notes that the Canadian housing bubble has popped. Its banking system has crashed. Not like when the US housing bubble popped. Canada is only 1/10 the size of the US’s economy. Puerto Rico has filed for bankruptcy. Doctor Copper is showing weakness. The only base metal with upside potential is Zinc. Singapore is investing in artificial intelligence. Gold-backed cryto currencies. Could definitely be part of a trend. Gold prices under pressure from better than expected US economic data. Gold could be going later. Silver has also been under pressure. Chinese demand for gold bars and coins has surged by 30 percent.
Friday, May 5, 2017
Though he had a packed schedule, both speaking and participating in a precious
Speaking about prices, Morgan said that he's optimistic. "I think that we've hit the bottom. I think the intraday low in November, $14.15, will be it. And I think that it will be a better year, but not an extremely good year, for both the metals, gold and silver," he said. He sees a couple of major catalysts driving that outlook, including the ongoing currency crisis and industrial demand for silver.
In closing, Morgan offered the following advice for investors concerned about entering the market due to manipulation. "Take the big picture and know why you own the metals fundamentally. Don't worry too much about manipulation. Certainly it can affect the price, certainly it has a cause-and-effect relationship. But all manipulated markets end in failure and this one will as well."