Harvey Organ is a pharmacist who’s studied gold for over 20 years. He’s an interesting man because he is: 1) intelligent; 2) dedicated to the point of being obsessive; but, 3) not a very good communicator. I’ve visited his blog at http://harveyorgan.blogspot.com/ and it’s more like an accounting ledger than a collection of articles written in prose. I can easily imagine how Mr. Organ has dedicated the last 20 years of his life to intently studying the numbers and mathematics of gold and having thereby achieved a significant expertise on that subject and yet, having so far been unable to communicate his knowledge in a way that can be easily understood by most people.
I think the man has worked to know a lot about gold. But I also think that you have to work to understand what he knows because he hasn’t worked to become a “communicator”. I think he’s only used to talking to people with his level of expertise–and that’s a pretty small crowd.
What follows is a video interview of Mr. Organ by Greg Hunter. I infer from this interview that Mr. Organ doesn’t focus on the prices and politics behind paper gold and silver. Instead, he focuses on the mathematics of the production, supply and consumption of physical gold.