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John Doody

Gold Stock Analyst

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An economics professor for almost two decades, John Doody became interested in gold due to an innate distrust of politicians. Success with his method of finding undervalued gold mining stocks led Doody to leave teaching and start the Gold Stock Analyst newsletter in 1994. The newsletter covers only producers or near-producers whose reserves have been verified as economical to produce.




Recent Interviews

John Doody's Three Secret Factors for Beating the Indexes (8/13/12) John Doody doesn't run off chasing down Indiana Jones' lost gold mines in Peru. He focuses on producers or near-producers whose reserves have been verified as economic to produce. A former professor and the author of the Gold Stock Analyst, Doody has been lying in wait for the market to reach bottom, at which point he'll be ready to deploy the one-third of his portfolio he's been holding in cash into his top 10 stocks. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Doody shares the metrics he uses to nail down those companies.

John Doody: Top 10 Gold Plays Revealed (5/16/11) Production stage, location and dividend possibilities separate top mining and royalty stocks from the rest of the heap. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Gold Stock Analyst (GSA) Newsletter Writer John Doody reveals a few of his top 10 stocks and what diversifying your gold portfolio really means.

John Doody's Doody-Free Picks (6/23/10) In the last decade, Gold Stock Analyst Editor John Doody has seen his top-listed equities skyrocket a combined 1,000%, including an eye-popping 130% in 2009. John's tried and true methods have little to do with luck; this student of the gold business rarely fails to find value at any gold price. Subscribers pay a lot for his knowledge and expertise in the Gold Stock Analyst; but in this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, you get a few of his favorites Doody-free.

John Doody, Daniella Cambone
(2/22/14)
John Doody on Top Gold Stocks



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