Silver is The Achilles' Heel
to the Entire Economic System

Silver has been money more often and used in more places for longer periods of time than gold.

Dear Reader,

Silver is The Achilles Heel: How Investing in Silver Can Protect Your Wealth and possibly make you rich.

Silver is often seen as the "poor man's gold," a less valuable and less prestigious alternative to the precious metal that has long been considered a safe-haven asset.

In recent years, silver has emerged as a valuable investment asset for those who want to challenge the traditional financial system and protect their wealth from economic instability. Many experts argue that silver is the Achilles heel of the financial system, offering investors a unique opportunity to invest in an asset that has both monetary and industrial value.

As you are reading keep in mind that the Constitution states that silver is real money and in recent years, many investors and analysts have started to view silver in a different light, as a powerful tool for building and protecting wealth and to challenge the banking establishment.

No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.

Article 1: Section 10

Why do we have fiat currency if the Constitution states that nothing but gold and silver is money?

But what does it mean when we say that silver is the Achilles heel? Essentially, it means that silver has the potential to undermine the traditional financial system and challenge the power of central banks and governments. Unlike gold, which is still held by many central banks and is recognized as a valuable form of currency, silver has been dismissed by the banking system as mere industrial metal.

This dismissal of silver by the financial establishment has created a unique opportunity for investors who recognize its potential value as a monetary asset. While silver may not be recognized as currency by governments and central banks, its value as a global trade commodity and its potential as an independent asset make it an attractive investment option for those who want to challenge the status quo.

SILVER is The Achilles Heel Video

In this video, David Morgan discusses the idea that silver is the Achilles' heel of the financial system, rather than gold, due to its volatility and susceptibility to market fluctuations. Many people are now promoting silver and its monetary value, and that the possession of gold is still held by many central banks. David believes that silver is a powerful asset that can be used to challenge the banking establishment and protect individuals' real purchasing power. He also emphasize the importance of freedom and encourage people to educate themselves and share information with others.

Silver Has A Long Rich History

Silver has a rich history as a form of currency, and some investors and we still argue that it is still a valuable form of money today. While central banks and governments may dismiss silver as a relic of the past, its value as a global trade commodity and its potential as an independent asset make it an attractive investment option for those who want to challenge the status quo.

Investing in silver is also relatively easy, with a range of options available to suit every investor's needs and goals. From physical silver coins and bars to exchange-traded funds and mining stocks, there is a silver investment strategy to suit every investor's budget and level of risk tolerance.

At the same time, investing in silver can offer a measure of stability and protection for your wealth in uncertain economic times. With the current economic climate volatile and uncertain, investing in silver can provide a measure of security and protection against market fluctuations.

So if you're looking to protect your wealth and challenge the power of the financial establishment, investing in silver may be the right choice for you. 

How Do I Get Started?

Ok, we've make a compelling case for SILVER is The Achilles Heel, how do YOU get started?

We always consult our follower to get physical. Buy physical silver first. Once you accumulate enough of the physical asset, then you can start investing in the mines. 

Here are some steps to help you get started:

  1. Research and educate yourself: Before investing in silver or any other asset, it's essential to understand the market and its dynamics. Read up on silver's historical performance, supply and demand factors, and the various ways you can invest in it. Websites, books, and online forums can be great resources to learn more about silver investing.

  2. Determine your investment objective: Consider your financial goals, risk tolerance, and investment time horizon before investing in silver. Are you looking to hedge against inflation, diversify your portfolio, or capitalize on potential growth in silver prices? Your investment objective will help guide your decision-making process.

  3. Choose an investment method: There are several ways to invest in silver, including physical silver (coins, bars, or rounds), silver exchange-traded funds (ETFs), mining stocks, and silver futures or options. Each method has its own set of advantages and risks, so choose the one that aligns best with your investment objective and risk tolerance.

  4. Select a reputable dealer or brokerage (we can help you with that): If you decide to invest in physical silver, find a reputable dealer that offers competitive prices, low fees, and secure storage options. If you choose to invest in silver ETFs, mining stocks, or futures, you'll need to open an account with a trusted brokerage firm.

  5. Plan your investment: Determine how much you want to invest in silver and how you'll allocate your funds. For example, you might decide to invest a certain percentage of your portfolio in silver or set up a regular investment plan to buy silver at regular intervals.

  6. Monitor your investment: Stay informed about market news and events that could impact silver prices, such as changes in economic conditions, monetary policy, or industrial demand. This will help you make informed decisions about when to buy, hold, or sell your silver investments.

  7. Review and adjust your strategy: Regularly evaluate your silver investment strategy and adjust it as needed based on changes in your financial situation, investment objectives, or market conditions. This may involve rebalancing your portfolio, increasing or decreasing your silver allocation, or switching between different silver investment methods.

It's important to thoroughly research and understand the risks involved before making any investment decisions. Consult with a financial advisor if you have any doubts or need guidance tailored to your specific situation.

Don't forget, there is The Morgan Report

The truth is that unless you get private insights and analysis as to what is "really happening" in the markets, the ability to build and preserve your wealth is diminished. You will always have an edge over the average resource investor because of my inside knowledge of the industry. You will know when a certain sector, such as energy metals, becomes hot. We'll also tell you what to buy and what to avoid, where the big brokerage houses are placing money and if that matches what the public is being told.

When you truly understand the drivers behind the economy and financial markets, you can have greater control of your life and your finances. As a member of The Morgan Report you will know precisely how to navigate these markets, protect your wealth and quite become rich.

Let my passion create your wealth.

David Morgan