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R.I.P David Smith - Senior Annalyst at The Morgan Report

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R.I.P. -- David H. Smith, Precious Metals Investing Philosopher

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Dear Friend,

Many precious metals investors over the years have closely followed the writings of David H. Smith, the beloved Senior Analyst at The Morgan Report and monthly columnist for Money Metals Exchange.

I am saddened to report today that my friend? our friend? David Smith lost his battle with cancer last weekend.

David was a phenomenal yet humble man. He was a teacher, a student, and a philosopher.

I have rarely a met a more optimistic, thoughtful, and wise person.

He was not just a pithy writer who informed and guided his readers; he was a trusted advisor to me personally.

I sought and received David?s feedback and counsel all along the way as I strived to build Money Metals Exchange into the top precious metals dealer in the United States.

Born in in West Virginia, David H. Smith grew up on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State where he developed his love for martial arts, fishing, and the outdoors.

After retiring from a 29-year career teaching 7th graders, he focused on precious metals and investing. David investigated precious metals' mines and exploration sites in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Bolivia, China, Canada, and the U.S.

He also fished the great rivers of North America and Patagonia, where he felt most at home. He is survived by his two children Rachel and Steven.

David was deeply knowledgeable about the precious metals markets and the mining sector, and for the past 10 years he shared his insights with our Money Metals readers ? and 20 years for subscribers of The Morgan Report published by the great David Morgan.

David was able to pen his last column just two months ago. Some of you may have noticed that it read like a goodbye.

His writings will live on at MoneyMetals.com.

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Stefan Gleason, President
Money Metals Exchange
 
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