Precious Metals Special Report with Kathryn Derbes, David Morgan and John Doody
David Morgan: Silver likely to take out $60 oz. by year end
Jim Puplava hosts a special series of interviews this week in response to the Leap Year "take-down" of gold and silver on February 29th of this week. John Doody sees gold stocks as very undervalued and believes it’s the best buying opportunity since 2008. Kathryn Derbes sees a silent army of buyers placing physical gold and silver in stronger hands, as physical metals buying becomes more intense. David Morgan sees paper shorts losing control over the silver market, and also believes the gold/silver ratio will drop from 50 to 35 this year, favoring silver over gold.
Kathryn Derbes, CEO of KDerbes Precious Metals LLC, graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BE in Civil Engineering. Following six years of engineering experience, Kathy began her investment management career.
David Morgan started investing in the stock market while still a teenager. A precious metals aficionado armed with degrees in finance and economics as well as engineering, he created the Silver-Investor.com website and originated The Morgan Report, a monthly that covers economic news, overall financial health of the global economy, currency problems ahead and reasons for investing in precious metals.
John Doody brings a unique perspective to gold stock analysis. With a BA in Economics from Columbia, an MBA in Finance from Boston University, where he also did his PhD-Economics course work, Doody has no formal "rock" studies beyond "Introductory Geology" at Columbia, taught by the University's School of Mines. An Economics Professor for almost two decades, Doody became interested in gold due to an innate distrust of politicians. In order to serve those that elected them, politicians always try to get nine slices out of an eight slice pizza. How do they do this? They debase the currency via inflationary economic policies.