Silver Manipulation, Mining Stocks & Freedom: Mike Maloney & David Morgan (Part 1)

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Part 2: Mike Maloney and David Morgan talk about the recent evidence of Deutsche Bank, UBS, and Barclays colluding to rig the silver markets. Also, they cover where stocks and speculation belong in precious metal investors’ portfolios. If you enjoyed watching this video, be sure to check out the Hidden Secrets of Money website at . It’s a world-leading educational series by Mike Maloney, the bestselling author of the Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver. As Mike explains in the series and his book, we live in an economic system that is made complicated by design. Basically, it’s set up so most people don’t even try to understand it. In Mike’s videos, he breaks down these concepts using easy-to-follow analogies, real pages from history, and animations that tie it all together.
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44 thoughts on “Silver Manipulation, Mining Stocks & Freedom: Mike Maloney & David Morgan (Part 1)

  1. well we all know markets are manipulated. We could keep talking about it
    for next few decades but what is the point ?
    What can we all do about it? There are few guys that manipulate markets
    against a way bigger number of traders and investors who are sick of it. We
    need to work out how we could stop manipulation rather than talking about
    it all the time.
    There must be a solution for market manipulation coz impossible is nothing!

    1. wojtek dublin excellent question for Mike Maloney!! How to stop the
      manipulation on a global scale for precious metals and how to stop the
      pumpers who keep promoting accommodation of precious metals who are full of
      BS

    2. wojtek dublin You will only be told to buy physical. That it’s an
      opportunity. I agree. The authorities are out gunned both intellectually,
      technologically and financially so they won’t stop it. What will stop it is
      when enough people realize that the debt we see all about us is too great a
      proportion of global gdp to be paid back in units of value even close to
      what they are now. America is now (Dec 20th 2016) about to cross
      $20trillion in debt. Global gdp is less than $75trillion. How much of
      EVERYTHING every country produces can one country owe and pretend to be
      capable of paying back? Apparently more than 25%. But will it reach 50%? I
      doubt it. Once people realize that the exodus to metals as a monetary haven
      will begin and that will break the manipulation sending the prices even
      higher. It’s just a matter of when and that depends on the opinions of
      everyone making up these markets. And if they are dumb enough to vote for a
      fascist like Trump, seriously believing he wants to help anyone who he
      doesn’t play golf with or want attending his fancy hotels/golf courses
      (which isn’t middle America), then with that level of stupidity who knows
      how long this can take to be realized.

  2. Buy as much silver as you can now. IT’S ON SALE. Funny how sheeple will
    only buy when the price is high and sell when low???? Me I’m buying and
    holding for the next 5 years. I’ll see.

    1. +ZIP COOPAR, “IT’S ON SALE” !!!….I have never heard it put that way but
      it is so true. How many people would go out and buy their dream car today
      if it were currently “On Sale” for only 10% of it’s regular retail price?

    1. We are very quick to talk about power outages but we never talk about
      confiscation of gold bullion which is a historical fact and is actually
      happening to India right now. Bitcoin is not just a number . It has solid
      technology backing it. Bitcoin allows me to invest in any blockchain based
      tech startup projects anywhere in the world without asking anyone for
      permission. No gold or silver can do that. And to say that we can just put
      another zero at the end really shows you have no idea what you are talking
      about

  3. Hate to say this, but I can’t listen to Maloney or Schiff anymore. They
    have consistently made the wrong calls/predictions and it’s not that I
    disagree with them and their analysis, but the market has too much
    manipulation in it to make moves based of fundamentals and historical
    trends.

    1. Yet another person who thinks that Peter Schiff and Mike Maloney are right,
      it’s just that investing based on their fundamentals mysteriously doesn’t
      work for some reason. Come on, man, you’re almost there. What’s the next
      logical step. Just put two and two together.

  4. If the prices of precious metals are manipulated then how and will they
    ever be set at their real price?
    I’ve spent thousands on silver and it’s extremely disappointing to see that
    its value is down to $15 an oz… seems like a waste especially after being
    laid off from my job…

    1. Believers in precious metals will just keep telling me “buy, now is the
      time, but more!”
      Why? How do you justify that and how are you all so sure? What proof do you
      have that absolutely states that I should buy more after I’ve already
      wasted thousands of dollars in these past 4 to 5 years?
      Explain rationally and maybe I’ll become a believer again…

    2. I remember when gold was at $1900 oz of gold and dropped to $1050 oz and
      back up again to $1370 and now $1135 and now $1155. I belive this is the
      time to buy that’s my opinion maybe I’m wrong.

    3. +Arturo Castro
      Prices go up and down. I would say you have only wasted $1000’s if you have
      sold at the wrong time – perhaps through necessity?
      I started 4 years ago and saw gold/silver prices drop around 1/3 which was
      worrying.
      I then had to remind myself that, as part of my life savings, it was a
      sure-fire protection of wealth, an insurance, not an `investment’. That 100
      years ago, 1 oz of gold bought a well-tailored man’s suit and will still do
      so today. In the meantime, our $/£ has lost over 90% value due to
      inflation. That your cash in the bank is no longer yours once deposited.
      You are now an unsecured creditor, not a saver, it is a bank asset and you
      are at the back of a long queue when they fold. That ALL non-gold backed,
      fiat currency (which all the worlds’ now are) have throughout history,
      without exception, reverted to their true value – zero! That the prices are
      manipulated, which cannot last forever due to the law of supply and demand
      – gold/silver is getting rarer/ harder and more expensive to mine – miners
      going out of business, whilst demand is rising for both. According to the
      US debt clock (botton RH), current values are/should be over US$9000/oz
      gold. over US$1000/oz silver.
      http://www.usdebtclock.org/
      The values against fiat currencies are not real but an illusion. Having any
      at all will be a massive help in the new financial paradigm which is
      certain to come before too long.

      Off the top of my head, those are hopefully my rational reasons to still
      have faith in my decisions to hold part of my wealth in p.m’s. There are
      more. Still, I am old and thinking more of my two sons and 3 granchildren
      so my situation may be different. It is also to stop all my assets going
      into paying for residential care in the future if needed.

      P.S. I hope that helps you become a believer again!

      PPS, Sorry to now see I repeat much of what I commented above – failing
      memory 🙂

  5. When people continue to lose confidence in government and its paper
    promises (bonds) silver/gold will rise – along with the dollar and the
    stock market. Full time manipulation is not likely but short term collusion
    can happen on occasion. There is just too much capital internationally
    flowing for it to happen full time.

  6. if gold is so much prone to manipulation, then obviously is it not a good
    investment.

    it seems to me, it is as much regulated as a uranium stock.

    when are these neo classical adherents going to realize that the US
    government can create credit endlessly and roll over debt.

  7. Like a broken record……if the price of silver was artificially pushed
    lower, others would see the trading imbalance and buy……….silver is
    going down because that’s its value.

    1. Not necessarily. “Others” don’t have the piles of cash to buy or sell
      futures contracts like the big banks or governments do. As a small paper
      futures trader, I would not dare challenge their manipulation. If I and
      others see the market imbalance and buy the market and then get hit by tens
      of thousands of sell orders, it would be the equivalent of trying to stop a
      freight train by standing in front of it.

  8. Is there a financial adviser on the planet that hasn’t picked everything in
    the past with incredible accuracy? I’m at the point where anyone who has a
    prediction or predicted anything just sounds ridiculous.

  9. I agree. We will see the biggest wealth transfer. There will be more rich
    poor people in china/India than any where else in the world. I agree on
    having a speculative position though I don’t like it Bitcoin is one of
    mine.

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