Sunday, September 30, 2012

Stronger Equities and Increasing International Tensions on the Market Ahead

"Tracy Weslosky, Publisher of ProEdgeWire interviews David Morgan of "The Morgan Report" talks about the acquisition of CGA Gold by B2Gold and how this signals a rise in the mergers and acquisitions in the resource market. Then they discuss the calling of the bottom of the mining equities market in May and the consequent bottom of the metals market. "I am happy that the bottoms are in and I am looking forward to a much -- much stronger year ahead in 2013 and beyond."

Weslosky and Morgan go on to discuss the rising tensions between Japan and China over the Diaoyu Islands Crisis. With a $340 billion trade market between the countries, the outfall over the increasing "tensions around the world" and the associated markets and the increasingly coveted resource positions, David sees these tensions increasing."

- Source:

Monday, September 24, 2012

The Gold to Silver Ratio

"David Morgan of Silver Investor advocates in this video to make use of the gold / silver ratio as a means to optimize your precious metals portfolio. He also illustratively compares silver to gold."

- Source, Gold Money:

Friday, September 21, 2012

The Silver Bullet Silver Shield Coin

"David Morgan, Chris Duane and Rob Grey talk about new coin Silver Bullet Silver Shield."

Monday, September 10, 2012

Gold and Silver Move Higher on Weak Job Numbers

"David Morgan, founder of, says the weaker than expected jobs report, coupled with ECB and potentially Fed bond-buying, will push precious metals to new highs."

- View the full video interview with David Morgan here:

Thursday, September 6, 2012

There's a Problem and It Can't be Solved

"My outlook is bullish on the metals, both short and long term. I think that the bottom is in for the mining equities as well as for the metals themselves. More and more people will realize that there's really no way out of this debt-based monetary system, whether it is about the U.S. reserve currency, the Eurozone or anywhere else on the planet that uses a fiat currency. There's a problem here and it can't be resolved. We're going to see more pressures to the commodity sector in general, particularly the precious metals."

- David Morgan in a recent interview with SeekingAlpha:

Sunday, September 2, 2012