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The Silver Manifesto by [Morgan, David, Marchese, Chris]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 21715 KB
  • Print Length: 275 pages
  • Publisher: PM Industries; 1 edition (August 10, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 10, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013Q0UHL2
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"The Silver Manifesto" is a new book written by David Morgan and Chris Marchese. While there is some history of silver, and the supply/demand economics of the same, the real meat here is the banking and economics that are contained in the mid-section of the
book. Would that 1/4 of each new college economics class had thoroughly read "The Silver Manifesto" before attending classes. The
resulting questions would be interesting if not truly entertaining.

The first part of the book covers a little silver knowledge which is specific information to understanding the rest of the book. The
next part covers the History of silver in America. This history contains the use of silver as monetary standard in the U.S. and
covers applicable laws enacted over that course. The only problem I have with this part is that it occasionally jumps around
chronologically and is far from lite reading. Nevertheless, the information will be interesting for most.

Silver supply and demand mechanics or dynamics are covered in the next part which is an insight into what David does for the market.
These are very important facts and observations if the reader is ever thinking of delving into the world of mining stocks. This is
also important for the physical metals investor for it's insight into the supply/demand ratio in estimating future silver deficits
in regards to mining stocks and/or investing in the metal itself. The only problems I can find are that there are some errors in the tables and illustrations. If something doesn't make sense, just add it up for yourself and write in the new numbers. Don't forget to change them in the explanative test.

Chapters 5 to 7 comprise a mini-third-level course in banking and economics.
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The Silver Manifesto is a clear, concise case for investing in silver. Authors David Morgan and Chris Marchese have done an excellent job in explaining silver's attraction at this time. Both long-time investors and those new to precious metals will gain by reading this book. A broad range of subjects - from money & banking, silver mining shares, the debt bomb, to investment portfolios - are covered in a manner that is as easily understood as it is informative.
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I've known David for some time and this is his finest work yet. A detailed and comprehensive summary of silver investing and a must read for anyone interested in stacking metal and preparing for The End of The Great Keynesian Experiment!
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When it comes to investing in Silver there are four elements all investors need to understand. 1. Monetary and banking policy 2. Monetary and banking History 3. Supply and demand metrics 4. Company appraisal methods. This book has all of these topics covered in a simplistic and concise manner. This book not only argues the case for Silver, but it does it with in depth analysis, expressed in a simplistic manner. Not only are the facts fully outlined and explained, but when it comes to qualifications, no two people are more qualified to make this argument then the co-authors themselves. David Morgan is known as the Guru himself, and a legend in the Precious Metals arena. Chris Marchese has already been a top tier equity analysis, hedge fund manager before the age of 30, and is already one of the best valuation and company appraisal analyst at the age of 30. When making the case for Silver, no book does it better, and no two authors are as qualified to do so. If you haven't already pick up a copy, then you should do so asap.
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First, this book is poorly written. The book is very difficult to read due to poor sentence structure and grammatical errors. Topics tend to change quickly with no use of transitions to link the topics together. I'm a big silver fan and was looking forward to solid information from an expert, but I'm having trouble getting past chapter 2 because it is so poorly written. Its unfortunate poor clarity of expression detracts from the message. Second, the book comes across as mostly an economic 101 refresher course that is not solidly presented. There is not enough information on actual silver production, prices, demand, silver manipulation, fraud, counterfeiting, best product choices, etc. Unfortunately the book fails on both fronts of economic theory and as a "silver manifesto." I've read better books on economic theory and why we're in economic trouble, and much better books covering silver and why it's a good investment.
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Let me first state that I am a big fan of David Morgan, have subscribed to his investment newsletters in the past, and agree wholeheartedly with his thesis. Unfortunately, this book is one of the most poorly written books I have ever read. It is replete with awkward sentence constructions, grammatical errors, and typos. The style of the book is incredibly dry and dull, which made it a huge chore to read. I got through it only because I have an avid interest in this area, and I still found it stultifyingly boring. The charts in the book are incredibly confusing, and the accompanying explanations are circumlocuitous and horrendously worded. The book seems to focus on incredibly minute technical details while only mentioning important themes in passing.

I would certainly not recommend this book to anyone who doesn't already agree with the thesis, as it is guaranteed to turn them off to sound money and its companion philosophy of free markets. The book is also grossly overpriced at $30.

If you are a hardcore silver bug already, then you'll probably get some enjoyment and a few interesting nuggets out of this book, but for anyone else, I would emphatically not recommend it.
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