Daily Dispatches

King Coenwulf''s gold penny is still worth more than Fed''s paper dollar


10:45a ET Sunday, September 12, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Once again this year GATA will be a big part of
the New Orleans Investment Conference. It will
be held from Wednesday, November 10, through
Sunday, November 14, and we'd like YOU to be
a part of it too.

The central banks and their bullion bank
accomplices are losing control of the gold and
silver markets, and the New Orleans conference

Fed official hints at weaker dollar as Treasury secretary talks up strong dollar


Treasuries Lower Following 'Ugly' Auction

By Wayne Cole
Thursday, September 9, 2004

NEW YORK -- Treasuries prices turned lower
in choppy trade on Thursday as an auction of
U.S. government debt drew almost no private
demand, leaving the dealer community holding

Little private demand for $9 billion in 10-year U.S. debt


1:24a ET Wednesday, September 8, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A copy of London-based UBS gold analyst John
Reade's recent report suggesting that the European
central banks soon will be reducing their gold
sales, about which we were able to send you only
an unsatisfactorily brief dispatch the other day,
has been posted in full and in the clear on the
Internet here, at least for the time being:

Even UBS gold analyst John Reade is starting to sound like GATA


10:21p ET Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Sprott Asset Management President John Embry,
co-author of his firm's report confirming the
manipulation of the gold price, appeared tonight
for an hour on the "Market Call" program of
ROB-TV in Canada, and the program has just been
posted at ROB-TV's archive on the Internet. You
can find it here:


Ted Butler: Like hurricanes, silver is a matter of when, not if


7:52p ET Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

FreeMarketNews.com has posted two audio interviews
of special note -- one with GATA Chairman Bill Murphy,
the other with Silver-Investor.com editor David Morgan.

Murphy's interview is headlined "Wall Street Hates
Gold," Morgan's "The Chinese Silver Bullet."

You can find them in the right column of the

FreeMarketNews.com interviews GATA''s Murphy and Silver-Investor''s Morgan


9:11p ET Monday, September 6, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold

David N. Vaughn, editor of the new Gold Letter,
has written commentary defending GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy against more sniping
by MineWeb's Tim Wood. Vaughn's essay,
"The Gold Price: Management or Manipulation,"
can be found at GoldSeek.com and
FinancialSense.com here:


ROB-TV interviews Sprott Asset Management President John Embry


By Theodore Butler
Tuesday, September 7, 2004

As foretold by the COTs and the market structure,
the buying orgy by the technical hedge funds
appears to be leading to indiscriminate tech fund
selling. The dealers appear to be harvesting the
tech funds once again. While it is difficult to
fathom the self-inflicted beating the tech funds
bring on themselves, it does create opportunity

GATA''s enemies can snipe but they''ll never, ever argue the EVIDENCE


Gwalia 'knew' of gold woes

By John Paceas
The West Australian, Perth
Tuesday, September 7, 2004


Failed miner Sons of Gwalia last night said it had
received a preliminary report on its gold resources
more than a month before it was forced into

Gwalia''s lenders and hedging banks had early knowledge of company''s collapse


10:57a ET Monday, September 1, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

There's a big gold industry conference in
Shanghai, and Barrick Gold's chief financial
officer, Jamie Sokalsky, is spreading GATA's
message there.

At least it seems so from the Reuters dispatch
from the conference, which has an interview
with Sokalsky that is appended.

Sokalsky says:

* Barrick's gold price forecast is higher even

Barrick brings GATA''s message to China


Newmont Sees Gold Range
of $380-$450 in Year Ahead

By Lewa Pardomuan
Monday, September 6, 2004


SHANGHAI -- Newmont Mining Corp., the world's
largest gold miner, expects gold to trade in a range
of $380 to $450 an ounce for the next 12 months

Syndicate content