David Morgan: Platinum, Palladium, or Rhodium - Maurice Jackson

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October 20, 2017

David Morgan of the Morgan Report sits downs with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable

to discuss anomalies currently in the Precious Metals sector.

Specifically, we will be discussing Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium.

David will uncover the supply and demand fundamentals on mining, cost of

production, utility, and ratios. Speculators will find some unique

opportunities that these anomalies are creating. In addition, Mr.

Morgan will address his thoughts on crypto-currencies. Are they the

future or just another doomed currency? Find out in this comprehensive

interview by one of the most respected names in the Natural Resource

Space.

TRANSCRIPT

Maurice Jackson:

Welcome to Proven and Probable,

where we focus on metals, mining and more. I’m your host, Maurice

Jackson. Joining us for a conversation, is one of the world’s most

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