Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Stock market due for a pullback, Gold to test support levels

For David Morgan, precious metals analyst and publisher of the Morgan Report, stocks are due for a sharp pull-back as investors realize that the economic outlook is not so good. The move and deflationary pressures should also drag down gold temporarily, he said.

"The best solution at some point then wouldn't be found in dollar assets but in gold," Morgan said.

In the interim, he expects gold to fall back further and test support levels at $980 and $970.

Monday, September 28, 2009

David Morgan as interviewed by Ellis Martin Sept 18, 2009 Pt2

"David Morgan is interviewed by the host of The Opportunity Show, Ellis Martin. They continue their discussion about gold prices and movement in the precious metals market as well as the recession and protectionism."

David Morgan, The Silver Guru interviewed by Ellis Martin Sept 18, 2009 Pt1

"Ellis Martin interviews David Morgan, the Silver guru of www.silver-investor.com and The Morgan Report. They discuss the break out for gold and expectations for the precious metals market in the coming months. This is part one of a two-part."

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Silver Summit

Al talks with John Embry, David Morgan and Duke Moscrip about precious metals and the Silver Summit investment conference. Which is going on this week.

The wisdom of these three investment guru's can be heard here on the Korelin Report.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Buy Gold on Pullbacks

"David Morgan, founder of Silver-Investor.com, is cautiously bullish on gold. Morgan advises investors to dollar cost average into the gold market."

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Silver the Big Picture

David Morgan is interviewed on Mcalvany Radio where he discusses the Big picture about Silver.

"Regardless of whether you think Silver is money or not, the market speaks louder than anyone of us and the market is shouting that Silver is money"

"There will be a day and were getting closer every week to where somebody is going to say I want my silver and turn in the paper certificate, show me my silver. And that is going to take this market to the tipping point"

"The US mint cannot keep up with the physical Precious metals demand"

"The Dollar becomes worth less, and worth less, and worth less and then eventually becomes worthless"

Much more of this interview can be heard here.

Monday, September 21, 2009

David Morgan talks on TheStreet.com about the current state of the PM markets, he see's one more test to the downside, before we head back up to new highs.

He Believes in short term profit taking because of events that are set to occur at the end of this month, but believes the long term trend of the PM's is upwards. Watch the video for further details.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Gold and Silver Strategy

David Morgan, reveals his short term and long term outlook for gold and breaks down his trading strategy for the precious metals.

Silver/Gold/REE Review

David Morgan recently wrote an article Reviewing Silver and Gold and where he see's them going in the short term and long term;

"I’m pretty bullish for September but I’m very cautious going into October"

"buying the metal you can hardly go wrong"

"What if the general stock market drops off during October—how will that affect the mining shares?"

"Longer term, I think we’re going to see far higher prices in both metals. Having said that, I think the best approach for the physical metal is just dollar cost average"

"We are in a situation where we have a debt-based economy and there really is no way to pay it back in the foreseeable future"

These are just a few quotes from the article, which can be found here.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Silver Fundamentals -- Fundamentally Flawed

David Morgan in an interview with Howestreet.com discusses the fundamentals of the Silver market and why the silver numbers that are published just don't add up. And what this means for your investments in the precious metal.

This interview can be heard here.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

David Morgan is interviewed by Ellis Martin of The Opportunity Show for 09/14/2009

"This week David Morgan of silver-investor.com discuss movement in silver and gold during the months of September and October. Mr. Morgan also talks about accumulating metal inventory and monthly averaging, a disciplined way of increasing one's silver or gold portfolio. They also discuss the debt based economy that is has been underway in the US."

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Silver Trending Towards Backwardation

Very informative video done by RunToGold.com, mentions a special offer for the Skinny on Investment at the end of the video.

This video has been endorsed by David Morgan, and can be seen on his home webpage.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Precious Metals - What Do I Do Now?

An article posted September 11th on Silver-investor.com by David Morgan, talks about where he see's the Silver market going, this includes the physical metals, mining equities, including the juniors;

"As far as buying bullion or coins, basically I think investors should buy them at any time"

"Many agree that the real metal is your core position"

"Many of the juniors that have substantial merit are still undervalued"

"We have a long way to go to the upside for the mining equities"

"It is my belief that most people who are going to participate in the gold and silver market from the next leg up to the top are going to do it through the stock market"

Read the full article here.

Silver will be well above $20's... could get to the $100 Level

"All markets go from undervalued to fair valued to over-valued"

"Just wait until people fear whats going to happen in a currency crisis"

"The big boys are saying they are losing faith in the Dollar"

"If you don't have the physical metals, you need to buy them right now"

David talks about the future of the U.S dollar and how this will eventually effect the paper price of silver, he sees the market fairly valuing silver soon, and then as panic sets in, the market will overvalue the price of silver, he sees silver hitting $100 at the top.

Listen to the whole interview here on the weekend edition of the Korelin report.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

"Some Big Misconceptions About Silver"

"The Silver Guru gets to the bottom line." David Morgan dispells many misconceptions about Silver and its underlying market. Another great interview by Howestreet.

Click here to hear the entire interview

Buy Silver - The Declining Dollar

"It is imperative to understand all paper currencies deplete, it becomes worth less and worth less and then it becomes worthless"

"From 1980 to right now we have a money supply increase of about 7 times as much"

A group of well known investors talk about the declining U.S dollar, including the one and only David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Arthur Robinson jr. Interviews David Morgan the silver Specialist.

David Morgan talks about silver stocks and the silver and gold markets and the future of silver, in this interview with Arthur Robinson Jr. David Morgan also gives a great history lesson on fiat currencies and how the Chinese have had 8 attempts at paper currencies and 8 failed paper currencies.

"Alot of Financial turmoil ahead"

Major banks must report on their toxic assets this month, and David Morgan was heard saying on the Korelin Report over a weekend interview that he believes these assets are going to reflect their low value. Which may cause a sell off in the broad markets.

Also in the interview David speaks of the recent rally in the price of Gold and Silver and believes we may see a short term rally then a pull back and is quoted saying that "it may come back down more than people are thinking" but he expects a long term trend upwards.

This interview may be heard on the Korelin Report.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

September Moves: Buy Metals for the Long Term

David Morgan, the Silver Guru, Interviewed by Ellis Martin of the Opportunity show:

David Morgan, talks about how he see's the market for silver and gold, playing out in September and October and beyond.