“10 Rules for SILVER Investing” PART 1 & David Morgan SPECIAL OFFER!

“10 Rules for SILVER Investing” PART 1 & David Morgan SPECIAL OFFER!


(New Mentality) (Text on screen): David Morgan’s Ten Rules for Silver Investing Silver-Investor.com This is David Morgan with the Ten Rules for Silver Investing. Rule number 1: When all else fails, there is silver. No one likes to be a prophet of doom. But the simple truth is that silver is the world’s money of last resort. Should a severe economic collapse occur, leaving paper assets worthless, silver will be the primary currency for the purchase of goods and services. Gold will be a store of major wealth, but will be priced too high for day-to-day use. Thus, every investor should own some physical silver and store a portion of it where it’s accessible in an emergency. Rule 2: Start small. Keep it simple. Too many investors, upon deciding to beef up their metals portion of their portfolio, buy too much physical silver at once, and in the wrong forms. Beginning metals investors should concentrate on pure bullion bars and coins in smaller sizes, looking to pay a minimum premium over the actual melt value. Avoid commemorate coins, decorative items, jewelry, and other collectibles, all of which carry a large premium and have limited resale markets. That’s the rule. I’d like to add on to that, briefly. I’m recording this in August of 2011. Right now, and it has been true for quite some time, and is also generally true, that “junk bags,” which are 1964 U.S. minted coins or older, are 90 percent silver and they usually carry the lowest premium. I think that that’s a good way to start buying metal, but obviously they’re rather cumbersome, but it is a good way to start, and it’s also one of the better barter items if it ever came to that. Not necessarily that it would, but it could. So, something to bear in mind if you’re looking for the best value, check out a junk bag or a half bag or quarter bag or even rolls of quarters, dimes, 1964 or previous. Rule 3: Boost the buying power of your dollars with mining shares. If you are a typical investor, you cannot expect to be an expert on silver and the silver market, but you can invest in the people who are. Once you have established a core position in physical silver, leverage both your knowledge and your buying power by purchasing the stocks of mining companies. These shares are highly responsive to changes in the silver price, frequently producing much higher percentage returns than the metal itself. Again, I want to add on to this rule. This is true. However, in the last few years, the mining companies have not really kept pace with the bullion itself. If you go back from the inception of the bull market, many of these companies have produced spectacular gains, some as much as, you know, ten times the investment; twenty times the investment, thirty times the investment. One particular one that comes to mind is Western Copper, which became Western Silver, which was bought by Glamis and eventually bought by Goldcorp. That mine is now in production. And that, I think, was about a thirty-bagger. But the point I’m making is that recently the stocks have not performed. I think this spells opportunity. Certainly a lot of our work focuses on the mining shares, but that’s not the total thing we focus on. We look at money, metals, and mining. And you certainly don’t need to subscribe to The Morgan Report. You can certainly look at other avenues to do your own research or determine that all you want to focus on is the metal itself and not involve yourself in the mining shares whatsoever. I just want to go on record as saying that I still believe there are great gains in the mining shares ahead of us, but you’ve got to be careful, you’ve got to be selective, and you’ve got to do it in a manner that takes risk and reward into account. Rule 4: Dollar cost average your costs and increase your discipline. Dollar cost averaging is an ideal way to implement Rule 2. By making same-dollar purchases at regular time intervals, you wind up buying more metal when prices are low and less when prices are high. This approach helps you develop discipline, erasing the trader mentality that infects many market participants and instead focuses an investment philosophy. Dollar cost averaging also eases the sting when prices move against you, allowing you to view the downturn as an improved buying opportunity rather than a disappointing loss. I really like this approach. This is one of the main approaches I teach for the buy-and-hold members of The Morgan Report. It’s a great way to come out in the long run very, very well, especially if you diversify properly, you mix the correct blend of mid-tier growth companies to speculations, and you, again, spread out. This is a very tried and true and proven methodology. I like it a great deal. You buy more silver or gold when the price is low; you buy less when the price is up. It instills discipline and in the long term you will come out in a very good manner as long as we’re still in a bull market, and I believe strongly that we still are. (Text on screen): To receive all “Ten Rules of Silver Investing” and follow David on what he is doing, sign up for free. . . http://www.silver-investor.com/freereports/ Follow The Morgan Report for free and receive 3 Reports. . . Silver Fundamentals, Why silver, Why Now Video & The Ten Rules of Silver Investing . . . plus as a special bonus if you sign up today you get “Riding the Silver Bull” for free! http://www.silver-investor.com/freereports/

23 Comments

  1. @hopelesswait
    6. What’s yours is yours – so keep it that way.
    7. Silver speculation’s like cough syrup- good in small doses– But too much can make your portfolio sick.
    8. A little information can mean a lot more dollars.
    9. Collecting silver is an art- but not really an investment.
    10. What percentage is the correct amount?

  2. @JonathanSeagullUtube 1. when all else fails, there is silver.
    Ten Rules of Silver Investing
    1. Why silver, Why Now?
    2. Start small- keep it simple.
    3. Boost the buying power of your dollars with mining shares.
    4. Dollar – cost average to lower your costs – and increase your discipline.
    5. Do not get a raw deal from your dealer.

  3. @JonathanSeagullUtube * 3. "Boost the buying power of your dollars with mining shares." ~ One day ALL 'paper investments' may be worthless…

  4. @JonathanSeagullUtube *"7. Silver speculation’s like cough syrup- good in small doses– But too much can make your portfolio sick": ~ Too much debt (paper currency/ notes of promise to pay) can collapse a world economy.

  5. shit I broke quite a lot of the rules already! I'm basically 75% silver and 25% gold and thats it! I went in very fast two years ago (can't really see the downside there) and I don't own any miners – again, where'sthe downside?

  6. I can understand why he said don't watse time buying silver jewerly and collectibles but there is nothing wrong with buying graded coins because those coins are going to be worth so much more in the near future. I wish all the coins I have are graded coins.

  7. ETF's ?? Mining Shares ..? Junk Silver …
    If you didn't talk about barter in the same video I would have never made a comment .
    If a dollar collapse(revaluation) did happen .. Wouldn't the ETF's and Mining shares become trash?
    If I had the choice between mining shares and a graded PCGS or NGC coin , I'd buy the coin.

  8. @KDashPerfect It just means that your Eagles were produced at the West Point Mint. Silver is silver, keep stacking and best of luck.

  9. @Trapster99
    Ok thanks. I will keep stacking for sure. But my next salary is probably going to go on a gun … maybe a silver gun ? Does that exist ?

  10. @KDashPerfect Do you know how to use a handgun? If not, may I suggest a Remington 870 shotgun? For under $400, you get a perfect Bad weapon, easy to use and dependable. Plus the ammo to go with it.

    Silver guns? Of couse they exist. They were made for the Nobility back then and cost a fortune now.

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  12. @hopelesswait Ten Rules of Silver Investing
    1. Why silver, Why Now?
    2. Start small- keep it simple.
    3. Boost the buying power of your dollars with mining shares.
    4. Dollar – cost average to lower your costs – and increase your discipline.
    5. Do not get a raw deal from your dealer.
    6. What’s yours is yours – so keep it that way.
    7. Silver speculation’s like cough syrup- good in small doses– But too much can make your portfolio sick.

  13. @DayTraderBiH
    8. A little information can mean a lot more dollars.
    9. Collecting silver is an art- but not really an investment.
    10. What percentage is the correct amount?

  14. Good content, but published at exactly the worst time to buy? Always sell  a bubble whether it's stocks, houses, silver, gold or tulips….Of course much easier said than done especially with housing – I still need to sleep somewhere.

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