Daily Dispatches

Martin Armstrong Gets the Last Word

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12:10 a.m. Sunday, May 16, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

GATA hit the business page of the Sunday London
Times today, and some of the quotations about us
were favorable. This is a very encouraging development:
GATA's first break in one of the world's major
newspapers. The article follows.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee

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CONSPIRACY THEORISTS PAN NET FOR GOLD

GATA MAKES THE LONDON SUNDAY TIMES

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1 p.m. EDT Sunday, May 16, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

You may be interested in New York Post columnist John
Dizard's commentary today about gold and implicitly about
GATA, and my reply. They follow.

GATA is now making the national and international press
in a substantial way. We haven't persuaded the world
yet, but we're coming to the world's attention, which
is the prerequisite.

GOLD PRICE MANIPULATION OR NOT? AN EXCHANGE

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1:30 a.m. EDT Saturday, May 15, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

Here's another exchange with Martin Armstrong of
Princeton Economics that may be of interest.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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Friday, May 14, 1999

Dear Chris:

There is no interest in gold on the part of
institutional investors while coin sales due to Y2K
scares are high. I had dinner with the Royal Canadian

COLLUSION OR NOT? PART 2

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10 p.m. EDT Saturday, May 15, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

Here's what will be the final exchange for a while
between Martin Armstrong of Princeton Economics and
myself. While I might quibble with him about William
Jennings Bryan, Long-Term Capital Management, and a few
other things here, I accept much of what he says, think
you'll find his history and insight valuable again, and will

Murphy Commentary for 5/13/99

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11:45 p.m. EDT Friday, May 14, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy is on the road for a couple
of days and there doesn't seem much to share tonight
about the gold market beyond the usual sources that you
probably check anyway, so I'll share this correspondence
between myself and Martin Armstrong of Princeton
Economics. I hope it's better than nothing!

CHRIS POWELL

A big development Thursday 5/13 GMT?

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MIDAS COMMENTARY FOR MAY 12, 1999

By Bill Murphy

Spot Gold $276.80, down $1.10
Spot Silver $5.36, down 3 cents

Technicals....

Goldman Sachs and Deutsche were all over gold today,
selling it in "boatloads." They were all over it
yesterday too. The technicals are certainly bearish,
but they meant nothing on the upside and mean little
here either. This is a manipulated market. When the

Page 2, Midas commentary for 5/12/99

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Evening Update 5/12/99 8:27 PM ET

http://www.thestreet.com/markets/eveningupdate/745979.html

By Aaron L. Task
TheStreet.com

Gold Intrigue Deepens, Perhaps

Rumors percolated through the zany, nutty, madcap
gold market this evening about some "announcement"
out of Europe tomorrow that could boost the
flagging metal.

MIDAS COMMENTARY FOR 5/12/99, Page 1

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PAGE 2, MIDAS COMMENTARY FOR MAY 12, 1999

"AH: George, you've obviously been watching the
'conspiracy' theorists who believe that every time the
gold price is ready to raise its head, something knocks
it back quite badly. We saw that happening again this
week. In fact last week the gold price seemed to be
heading above $290 and maybe even to $300 before the UK
announcement came out. What's your take on these

We''ve hit "The Street" Again

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9 p.m. EDT Thursday, May 13, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

Here's GATA Chairman Bill Murphy's brief commentary
tonight to members of www.lemetropolecafe.com.

It elaborates on the gold business news we were
expecting today.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
(GATAComm@aol.com)

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Le Metropole members:

Silver rocketed up 20 cents today and closed at $5.56.

Harry Bingham commentary for May 10, 1999

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From World Net Daily
Tuesday, May 11, 1999

Trouble in the gold market?
Analysts see move to manipulate prices

By Jon E. Dougherty
c 1999 WorldNetDaily.com

Whether influenced by uncertainties stemming from Y2K
or because global financial markets took a dramatic
turn for the worst, most gold analysts agree that 1998
was a "record year" for sales. So far, in 1999, record
buying has not subsided, according to the U.S.

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