Thursday, August 17, 2017

David Morgan: Gold and Silver at Breakout Point from 6-Year Downtrend


David Morgan of The Morgan Report joins Mike Gleason of Money Metals Exchange for a wonderful discussion on the metals and the markets. He shares his insights on what the smart money is already doing, the dangers of complacency and the importance of limited counter party risk. Back by popular demand, don’t miss Money Metals' recent interview with the Silver Guru, David Morgan...


Monday, August 14, 2017

David Morgan: How Low Can Gold Go?


David Morgan believes we could be seeing a bottom in the precious metals' markets. 

Morgan also discusses gold and silver mining stocks, the movement towards making gold and silver legal tender, and when precious metal price manipulation will end.


Thursday, August 10, 2017

David Morgan on what’s next in Base Metals


David Morgan, Founder of The Morgan Report in an interview with InvestorIntel CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss David’s current outlook on investing in base metals. “The Silver Guru” gives us his top three favourite base metals, starting, obviously, with silver and followed by gold. David then goes on to highlight what factors he looks for in “interesting” gold companies.

- Source, Investor Intel

Monday, August 7, 2017

MONEY FROM GOLD, SILVER & CRYPTO CURRENCY


David Morgan joins Growmoney, where they sit down and discuss the current state of the geopolitical, precious metals and crypto currency markets. Enjoy.

- Video Source

Friday, August 4, 2017

Sprott Money News Ask the Expert July 2017 - David Morgan


Silver expert David Morgan joins us to discuss wide range of topics related to silver and the precious metals.

- Source, Sprott Money

Thursday, July 20, 2017

David Morgan: Silver Reaching a Major Inflection Point - Investors Beware!


David gives credit to Ted Butler’s continual analysis of the Commitment of Traders report, which David highlight’s often in his newsletter. The COT report reveals the large paper short and long positions in silver. Currently it appears to be indicating a small downtrend in the silver market. He discusses how silver markets move and how they can be pushed to the downside once investors run low on cash, as banks will short the market at opportune moments.

Over the last year the trading has changed dramatically, due to the advent of the Shanghai Gold Exchange, the strength of the long’s appears to be improving, perhaps almost as good as the banking system’s shorts. The open interest continues to grow and the longs are not as scared, they are better capitalized and are much smarter than they used to be. He is looking at the physical market where most dealers have very little silver, at some point the price must move to reflect the true value.

David says institutions have left the market and additional buyers of the actual commodity are needed. Any investor who bought under twenty is in a good position as that is near the mining costs.

David feels silver is the most honest money, for the average person, historically it’s been money far more often and longer than gold. The leverage you get in good silver equities is phenomenal. First Majestic for example went from $4 to $26 last year. There are many good silver companies with conservative stocks on good exchanges.


Monday, July 17, 2017

Control What You Can, Prepare for the Worst

Number one is take care of your personal self and your family, I mean, you want to be healthy, wealthy, and wise to coin Ben Franklin. So, really change what you can, make sure that you're eating right, make sure that you're exercising, make sure that your health is number one. When I sign off the Morgan Report, from day one, I always sign it off “wishing you health above wealth.” There is a reason for that. Wisdom beyond knowledge. Having the knowledge of something doesn't mean much unless you implement it. Being wise is meaning you know how the world works and working with it and that's working with the truth. So that's the bottom line, I think control what you can.

Moving up from there, what can you do. Well I'm more or less a pacifist, so I think for example, what Ted Butler did over all these years, to give a shout out to Ted, I mean he was instrumental and spearheaded this whole idea of what was going on in the CFTC and it's been pretty thankless for him for a long time, yet he has maintained his position and asked people to help him write to the CFTC and investigate the manipulation of the silver market, and for years nothing really happened. But this little guy that is being held up as someone spoofing the market and then building a case against him, is probably due to some of the efforts that Ted did, in fact most recently.

So, you can make your voice heard, you certainly don't want to give up. Congress does respond to the populous, it really, really does. So a phone call is much better than an email, and a written correspondence carries a lot more weight than an email and it doesn't have to be a lengthy manifesto, it can just be simply, “I support freedom and you aren't,” or something even better from my politically, perhaps questionable point of view, but it's spot-on legally, is “you took an oath to defend the constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic and I'm starting to question whether or not you are upholding that oath, write me back.” Something along those lines will wake them up, whether or not you'll get a response I doubt it, there's probably a computer form letter that has anything with the word Constitution in it that will probably pop out a form letter and send it back to you.

But regardless of that, you certainly can make it. And I'm for peaceful protest, the problem we have now is this "anarchy" with what's going on from a certain political belief system, where burning things up and bashing windows, that doesn't solve anything and it's deconstructive, not constructive. Yet, there seems to be an element that actually relishes making that kind of a statement, which is very sad indeed, and it falls back on us as a society on what's really being taught to the population at large and what are the moral values and what does make us great. What makes us great is we have high integrity, we were telling the truth. That's what made America great, it wasn't the financial system. If the financial system was honest, that helps a great deal. But as I've said many times, but probably bear repeating one more time Mike, as I close out, is there is a direct correlation between the integrity of the money system and the moral integrity of the population at large. The more the monetary system deteriorates, the more the moral society deteriorates with the population. They go hand in hand and we are witnessing that as we speak.




- Source, David Morgan

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Bitcoin Has a Lot Higher to Go

Well, there's two theories on money. One is that money is whatever the government says it is, which is a legal fiction, and of course you could be the argument that it's salt, or it's cow hides or it's sheep or it's whatever. Well, certainly that's been tried throughout history, but the argument is either it is a legal fiction or it's specie: it's something of value that has value in and of itself and I would argue silver actually has more value than gold, because you can use silver for medicinal purposes, you can use it for electronics, you can use it as money or barter, and it fulfills actually more services to whoever owns it than gold does. But regardless of my thoughts on the two metals, gold and silver from time in memorial all of recorded history have been chosen by the free market as money of substance. And this is where you can't get around the argument, I mean, a lot of people have been brainwashed into believing that gold and silver have no purpose today, they really aren't money, and on and on it goes. So, the idea that you can create something out of nothing and it has value has been tested time and time again, and again they always fail.

On the cryptocurrencies, I'm not against them first of all, in fact I just gave a lecture about them. I talked about gold, silver and the blockchain, of course I mentioned Bitcoin primarily because it's the leader, bitcoin is unusual, I mean let me again back up slightly Mike.

First of all, to be intellectually honest, would a cured fiat system work in theory, and the answer is probably yes, to be intellectually honest. If and only if you had a limited supply of dollars and they only grew as the economy grew, you would have in theory, a pretty good paper system.

However, that has never been the case, even when the gold-standard-basher's bash gold, they've said well, the gold standard has never worked. Well, yes and no. The gold standard would work because what gold's purpose is, is to keep that money supply growing basically at 2% a year, which is probably what a lot of the people on the left side would like, which is sustainable growth. And in a real, true economic system that is backed by physical reality rather than a make believe set of derivatives that is unimaginable at this time, you have an economic system where each dollar over time becomes more and more valuable. But that is not where we're at. So, we’re in a situation where there is a challenge to the system, and the main challenge really isn't coming from the precious metals, the main challenge is coming from the cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin is obviously the leader, I look at it Mike, right now with 750 different cryptocurrencies out there, being similar to what happened in the tech wreck, where a lot of these domain names were getting huge valuations for a very short time and a lot of people were piling in. And yet today we still have Yahoo.com, Amazon is a big leader, there are certainly companies out there that were the real deal, stood the test of time, and a lot of these dogs and cats went away very rapidly. I think the same thing will take place in the cryptocurrencies. I do think that some of them are here to stay, I think Ethereum is really not a coin, I think it's a platform. I think few people really understand it's potential. I think it's one I'm favorable to. Bitcoin, it's hard to argue against, I mean, the markets certainly voting very strong for that one. Dash is an interesting one, I certainly don't know them all, I don't claim to be an expert.

But one place I really do have some concerns is security. And I gave that main concern at this lecture I did in Vancouver recently, and of course I got some blow back on it and people were telling me, you can take your account and write it down on a piece of paper and hide it under your desk and that type of thing, I get that, I understand that. But there's already been security issues with Bitcoin and a lot of people won't do that. I mean, just because you have the potential to make it more secure doesn't necessarily mean that most people will. So there is some vulnerabilities out there and this is not me speaking, these are someones at a recent tech conference, and these were high level people that were talking about the internet of things and how vulnerable all this internet of things model is with this, what's called big data, that is taking place before us right now, has security issues. And they do, so that's something to bear in mind.

Now, as far as, how much to put into Bitcoin or whatever, certainly I'm free market, you decide for yourself, but I think Bitcoin's got a long ways to go and I say that based on technical work. I mean, I looked at the chart before I did my presentation because I work pretty hard on these presentations as you know, and the volume was tremendously large in Bitcoin over the last couple months, which means it's got a lot higher to go, there's no question about it. And momentum feeds on momentum, especially when you're making new highs, there is nothing more bullish to the market than a new high because everyone that owns it wants to hold it, because they don't know how high is high, so there is very little that sells back. There will be some profit taking, but not much, because everyone is concerned with, “wow, I made this much percentage today, I wonder how much I'll make tomorrow.” So, there's not much selling pressure. And it will continue to go up. Very interesting market, from a couple places, the main one I would emphasize, which is a probably a different view point from many, is it is a competing currency to the present system and obviously it's taking off rapidly.

- Source, David Morgan

Sunday, July 9, 2017

There is a Massive Debt Bomb, Waiting to Blow

First of all, the belief system is so strong, and yet the truth is sometimes actually opposite of a very, very strongly held belief. The belief globally for all of the establishment economic system, which means all nation states, big hedge funds, all banks, etcetera, believe that the safest place that you can be in is the United States bond market, be it a treasury bill, a T-note, a long bond, anything in between. If you own the full faith and credit of the United States debt, you are buying something extremely safe. And the truth is, it's the exact opposite. It is probably the once place that at some point in time, everybody is going to want to get out of it, perhaps at the same time or close to it.

How can I say that? Well, going back to what I stated, all fiat currencies eventually fail, so this is proven time and time again, yet the belief system has yet to shift in a dramatic way. However, the cryptocurrencies are a bit of a tip off that somebody understands what is going on, and I admit, the best place that you could have possibly been over the last 30 years, for a long term buy, hold and forget it trade, would have been the U.S. bond market, this is true. But nothing grows to the moon. I mean, all trees grow as high as they grow and then they stop. It's the same thing with the bond market.

So, there is a huge debt bomb that we talked about in The Silver Manifesto, that's waiting to go off and when that happens, and it doesn't necessarily mean one day, boom it goes, and everybody understands it. It's more likely to take place slowly, slowly, slowly and then all of a sudden. Which means that a lot of savvy people will be exiting the dollar, which we have seen for years now. We've seen a lot of nation states that have basically abandoned the dollar slowly, sometimes fairly quickly: China, Russia settling their payments between each other in their own currencies. A lot to move from the AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank). I mean there is a lot of periphery situations that savvy people are aware of that have been a way for, not only individuals through the cryptocurrency situation, but nation states to exit exposure or much exposure, or to mitigate their exposure to the U.S. dollar. And this is a harbinger for what will take place at some time in the future. So, these things always end, the longer you add, to coin (a phrase) and give credit to Jim Sinclair, "pretend and extend," you pretend that everything is okay and these guys pretend they can manipulate it forever and extend the problem, the worse it becomes, and this is the state that we're in right now.

- Source, Market Oracle

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Gold and Silver at Breakout Point from Six Year Downtrend

Well, that's a tough one. I would say first is eternal vigilance, I mean freedom depends on it, so my idea or ideal from the beginning has been that all fiat currency will eventually fail. And I also believe that it would happen within my lifetime and I'm certainly older than I was when I held that belief, yet I still hold it. So, really there’s a mandate to hold some portion of your wealth in a savings, in other words, the way capitalism is supposed to work you build from a savings base and that savings is put into a capital formation, which means you construct something be it software, hardware, a building, automobile, whatever, and that becomes a benefit to society at large and they vote in the marketplace with their dollars to further the projects so to speak. Make a profit, which returns to the initial investors and on it goes. So that's the ideal.

My statement was that in times like these rather than be a true capitalist – which is what I just outlined – it requires further savings because there's too many uncertainties out there with one certainty: every fiat currency on planet Earth in all of recorded history has always failed. So, to say that the dollar won't is a misstatement, at least based on past history. Is it going to, for this time, be different? Eh, I guess it's possible. But if we look at it objectively and we state, well, let’s really see what's gone on with the U.S. dollar, if you look at the Federal Reserve Board’s own website, they will freely admit that the 1913 dollar is worth about three cents today. So you have a 97% loss when their mandate was to basically keep the currency stable. They have failed miserably.

Most people that follow what you do, what I do, what the hard money camp, the gold/silver guys talk about, they understand this, but they are very tired out, worn out. I mean I coined the phrase a long time ago that “the silver market would either scare you out or wear you out.” We are definitely at the wear you out phase. And this is where complacency sits, in where they've manipulated the market, we even have proof Deutsche Bank admits it, there is a new CFTC ruling that's gone on, that they've singled out an individual that's going to turn over evidence and probably bring others into the mix on spoofing the market in the silver market, and yet we don't really see any real significant price change.

So, the complacency (mindset) is, look, I know what's going on but it doesn't matter because these guys have got control and they are always going to have control. You know, it brings to mind, the adage, the dark comes before the dawn, the big struggle for seed to germinate, that last little oomph that is required and I think we are very close to the tipping point and I'll add onto that.

First of all, I want to back up a second Mike. As you know, and you're on my service, I put an alert early in the morning about the second week of May and I said I think this is it. Meaning, the fundamental significant shift between paper assets and hard assets, I think, we don't know yet, that gold and silver had turned to the up-side and stocks to the down-side. Now, since I made that statement, stocks have made a new high, so let me get that on the record. However, it looks to me as if we are getting a confirmation on that with gold right now. Because gold is right at the breakout point from a six year down trend and it's mostly safe haven buying, but it's not the people that I just referred to, it's basically the smart money, which means big investors, large hedge funds, and China primarily.

China's gold demand is set to surge about 50% to about 1,000 metric tons this year. Their demand for gold bars are on track to make a 50% move in 2017. The geopolitical risk internationally is probably at an all-time high and this is leading to safe haven demand again, for smart money, nation states, people in the know, people that have basically sold off their stocks quite some time ago near the highs, that have capital sitting on the side lines and that is starting to filter into the gold market. And then you've got of course, a lot to do with the U.K. election, terrorism, the risking tensions in the middle east, and all of this is supportive of the gold, especially after the attacks in London that took place recently.

And the other fact, is that gold is 12% higher for the year and it's actually out performing stocks. Yet, if you stopped the average investor on the street and asked them what's doing better this year, I'd say about 90%, probably higher than that, probably 98% would say, well stocks are doing better than gold.

- Source, Market Oracle

Monday, July 3, 2017

David Morgan Says Silvercorp is “one of the best narrow vein miners out there”


David Morgan, publisher of The Morgan Report, sat down with Silvercorp Metals (TSX:SVM, NYSEMKT:SVM) VP of Corporate Development Gordon Neal about the company, as well as addressed the “China discount.” In the interview, Morgan says that The Morgan Report thinks Silvercorp is “one of the best narrow vein miners out there.”

- Source, Investing News

Sunday, June 18, 2017

David Morgan - The Silver Value Proposition


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 most important what actions you the investor need to take.


Thursday, June 8, 2017

Bitcoin Spiking, While Currencies Die


David Morgan says the spike in Bitcoin shows people worldwide are escaping fiat currencies. Unlike gold and silver, Bitcoin can’t be shorted. If gold and silver prices weren’t manipulated, he says, also they would be skyrocketing right now.


Friday, June 2, 2017

Broken Trust: You MUST Have a Hedge


From our liberty threatened by a cashless society, to unbearable counter-party risk in our pensions, government insurance and banking leveraged inconceivably, we are poised on a precipice far graver than in 2008. 

Silver guru and author of TheMorganReport.com, David Morgan, returns to Reluctant Preppers to simplify and break down the critical principles of complex systems theory and spells out the stages of the coming collapse. Morgan claims the vital importance of ethical integrity and mental and spiritual preparation ahead of the next reset, and offers some practical ideas on how we can both survive and show compassion through times of crisis.


Sunday, May 21, 2017

Gold and Silver Ratio, Debt Bomb & Monetary Reset


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

The Move Away From The Dollar Has Began


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

The Silver Value Proposition


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 most important what actions you the investor need to take.




Thursday, May 11, 2017

The Canadian housing bubble has popped


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. Mis-management of natural resources is bringing the West down.


Friday, May 5, 2017

Better Times Ahead for Silver and Gold


Though he had a packed schedule, both speaking and participating in a precious metals panel, Morgan was able to stop by to speak with Resource Investing News about a variety of topics, including his expectations for silver and gold prices, silver supply and demand dynamics and, of course, manipulation.

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."


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Trump & The Next Recession - Mike Maloney & David Morgan


Mike Maloney and David Morgan discuss what to expect after Trump takes office and the honeymoon is over. You'll learn that nothing the U.S. government does is a net positive for the economy. The government doesn’t produce anything… but misery!


Wednesday, April 12, 2017

David Morgan: How To Make & Keep Big Money From The Coming Gold & Silver Shockwave


My guest today is David Morgan. David Morgan is a widely recognized analyst in the precious metals industry and consults for hedge funds, high net worth investors, mining companies, depositories and bullion dealers.

He is the publisher of The Morgan Report, and has authored a number of books: “The Silver Manifesto" with Chris Marchese and most recently “Second Chance” with David H. Smith. David Morgan is also a featured speaker at investment conferences in North America, Europe and Asia.

He has been interested in money and finance from a very early age, his background in engineering with an advance degree in Economics/Finance gives David a unique perspective to the financial markets that pure business majors often miss. He applies the discipline of logic to verify the basics of economic law. Mr. Morgan has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business, BNN, and TV stations in Hong Kong and Singapore, his work has been published in numerous places both mainstream and otherwise. The Morgan Report covers money, metals and mining—helping investors profit in these turbulent times.


Wednesday, April 5, 2017

David Morgan Shares His Current Outlook For Gold and Silver


David Morgan Shares His Current Outlook For Gold & Silver with Jordan Roy-Byrne of The Daily Gold Podcast.

- Source

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

Saturday, March 18, 2017

David Morgan on Donald Trump, The Police State and Precious Metals


Jeff interviews silver guru David Morgan of the Morgan Report, topics include: what Trump's election means for the deep state, a stronger military, the wonderful line up for the TDV Summit and Anarchapulco, the precious metals market in 2017, a trader's market, a great track record, subscribers have benefited greatly.

David discusses one of Ed Bugos' stock picks, a new environmentally friendly precious metal extraction technology to replace cyanide, an investment opportunity, energy metals, The Morgan Report, a growing potential for capital controls.


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Big Thrust into Precious Metals in Trump’s First Term


Will the Trump Administration have an economic calamity in the bond market because of the heavy global debt load? Precious metals expert David Morgan says, “Yes, something will take place before the four years is over. I can almost guarantee that. 

The math is just too simple to see, and you are already seeing it in the bond market. I am very confident because how the bond market is reacting and the amount of paper that has been pushed upon the system that cannot tolerate any more. Things will unravel in some way, shape or form... 

I think before that four year time frame (Trump’s first term) is over, we are going to see that big thrust into the precious metals.” 

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with David Morgan, author of the new book “Second Chance: How to make and keep big money from the coming of the gold and silver shock-wave.”

- Source, USA Watchdog

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Gold to Silver Ratio - Mike Maloney & David Morgan


Mike Maloney and David Morgan explain the gold/silver ratio: where it’s been historically, where it is today, and what it tells us about the future of the silver price.


Saturday, February 18, 2017

David Morgan Interview - Bayhorse Silver TSXV BHS


David Morgan of the Morgan report interviews Graeme O’Neill , President & CEO of Bayhorse Silver. Mr O’Neill established Bayhorse Silver and has been President & CEO since its inception. He has been involved in managing junior exploration companies in the minerals sector for a number of years and is experienced in logistics, planning, and operations development. He has a strong background in the regulatory and compliance requirements of public companies.


Tuesday, February 14, 2017

David Morgan on Donald Trump, The Police State and Precious Metals


Jeff interviews silver guru David Morgan of the Morgan Report, topics include: what Trump's election means for the deep state, a stronger military, the wonderful line up for the TDV Summit and Anarchapulco, the precious metals market in 2017, a trader's market, a great track record, subscribers have benefited greatly, David discusses one of Ed Bugos' stock picks, a new environmentally friendly precious metal extraction technology to replace cyanide, an investment opportunity, energy metals, The Morgan Report, a growing potential for capital controls.

- Source

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Silver Still Up After FED Rate Hike


With so much action in gold & silver, unfortunately to the downside, we had to get back the biggest expert on their price that we know (well him and Andy Hoffman). Just this week the Federal Reserve raised rates like they did December last year and in the short term the metals are contracting. David's predicting a end of january time for the next wave up in the rally to commence.


Thursday, January 19, 2017

THE ECONOMY IS A SINKING SHIP


David Morgan from The Morgan Report joins Silver Doctors to discuss his new thoughts on president-elect Trump and the economy. Congressional Budget Office data points to the idea an economic collapse is coming, Morgan says. He says Trump may have a real intention to help the economy, but in the end, it doesn’t matter who is sailing the ship.

Even right now, the reality is the average American’s standard of living is going down, Morgan says.

How will hikes in interest rates impact the markets and the economy? Stay tuned to hear Morgan’s perspective on this and also investments in 2017.


Monday, January 16, 2017

Trump & The Next Recession - Mike Maloney and David Morgan


Mike Maloney and David Morgan discuss what to expect after Trump takes office and the honeymoon is over. You'll learn that nothing the U.S. government does is a net positive for the economy. The government doesn’t produce anything… but misery!


Monday, January 2, 2017

Steve Quayle and Metals Guru David Morgan on the coming financial collapse


Many people are asking today when we will see the collapse of the U.S. economy. Whether you know it or not, you're watching it take place before your very eyes. It is happening right now. And... it's no accident, but it's by design.

There are three facts that financial expert and precious metals aficionado David Morgan wants you to know. First, every fiat currency in history of the planet has met one inevitable fate, which is failure. Every. Single. One. Secondly, fiat currencies are backed only by a government's word and are simply pieces of paper that can be printed at will, an ability that has always been abused. Third, precious metals like silver and gold are rare, and they are the only true representation of physical wealth.

Unfortunately, only about 1% of the U.S. population is in tune with these three facts. About 98.5% of regular listeners to The Hagmann & Hagmann Report are aware of these facts, including that the value of U.S. Dollar is in rapid decline. At some point in the near future, the U.S. Dollar will no longer be the world's reserve currency, but few people fully comprehend exactly what that means for the people of the United States and the West.

Join David Morgan and Steve Quayle as they discuss what is on our immediate financial horizon - and what YOU should be doing to protect yourself from what's coming.