Catalyst X Reports Their Call Leaked–Biggest Names Discuss Silver

Posted: May 19, 2011 in Precious Metals, Silver
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Catalyst X Reports Their Call Leaked–Biggest Names Discuss Silver

6:18a ET May 19, 2011 (PR NewsWire)

Viewers around the world woke to a surprise of a leaked call that occurred this past weekend that has already taken on viral traits. David Morgan of was introduced to Internet marketer and creator of the highly controversial Silver Keisers, Troy James by Max Keiser on May 3rd, 2011. The discussion between the two led to the opinion that they thought the world needed to know the views from all of the largest names that have been talking about silver as being the biggest investment of this decade and where they stand now. As most know, silver recently took a steep decline after its rapid climb earlier this year and is now hovering at a price of mid-30s per ounce.

After sending out a large number of invitations, some of the largest names in silver decided the idea was a smart one and participated. Others were not available and wanted to know how it went after the call. The men that were on the call were none other than Eric Sprott from Sprott Asset Management, Bill Murphy from, Rob Kirby from Kirby Analytics, James Anderson from who was sitting in for Mike Maloney who became suddenly ill before the call, Bob Quartermain from Pretium Resources Inc., a journalist named Sean who has a popular blog and YouTube channel with 15,000 subscribers called the and obviously the organizers David and Troy.

On the call Eric Sprott talks about the banking system in his views, Rob Kirby discusses a drive-by shooting in silver and Bill Murphy talks about how GATA caught the Federal Reserve doing something illegal. This call was to share in a round table discussion of what’s ahead in the silver market that many have been calling a “bubble.” All parties come to the same conclusion and are well worth the watch.

The call lasted for just under an hour and is probably one of the best listen-ins available to the silver market thus far. The call was converted into a four part YouTube video series by a sub-contract firm for Catalyst X, Abstract Theory Design, and can be watched at the following addresses below or by searching, “Call Leaked-Biggest Names Discuss Silver.”

After the early morning release of the videos Troy James in a discussion with staff was quoted saying, “This is the assurance the silver stackers needed to hear from the people they’ve been relying on.” He went on to say, “This has been a great experience to be involved in something so big with guys of this magnitude. David Morgan is truly a wealth of information and he wants to extend an offer to help people inquiring about silver further which we will be assisting him in doing.” Troy has been best known in the silver sector for all the work he and his firms have been doing with broadcast journalist and silver activist, Max Keiser from

The offer TJ refers to is David Morgan’s Ten Rules of Silver Investing for free:

Catalyst X Media specializes in viral marketing campaigns and strategies.

David Morgan is a widely recognized analyst in the precious metals industry and consults for hedge funds, high net worth investors, mining companies, depositories and bullion dealers. He is the publisher of The Morgan Report on precious metals, author of “Get the Skinny On Silver Investing” (Morgan James Publishing, 2009), and featured speaker at investment conferences in North America, Europe and Asia.

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