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12:16p ET Tuesday, December 17, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Here's a clarification from our friend James Sinclair
about his essay, distributed by GATA yesterday,
advocating purchasing gold on the Comex and taking
delivery. The essay turns out to have been a draft that
had not yet been approved by the co-authors listed at
the top.

Despite the mixup, GATA endorses the gold-purchase

Essay advocating gold purchase is Sinclair''s work only



FRANKFURT, December 17 (Reuters) -- With the
gold price flirting with $340, Bundesbank
President Ernst Welteke announced today that
Germany would consider selling its remaining
national gold reserves "several times more ...

Banks'' uncoverable short position in gold is getting noticed


Bank of England obtains
more gold for leasing

LONDON, December 18 (Bloomberg) -- The Bank
of England reported today that it had taken
deposit of Andorra's gold reserves under an
agreement to provide the tiny country in the
Pyrenees with an annual return of 43 pesetas
through gold leasing. The bank's governor,
Sir Edward George, said the Andorran reserves
included a dozen Louis d'Ors in excellent

What can you do for gold? Buy some on Comex, and TAKE DELIVERY


8:34p ET Monday, December 16, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Nobody in the gold world is more brilliant that GATA
consultant Frank Veneroso, and he has kindly
consented to reproduction of the paper he and
Declan Costelloe presented to the Fifth International
Gold Symposium in Lima, Peru, on May 17 this
year. In that paper Veneroso and Costelloe spelled
out in laymen's terms the extensive statistical and

How women cornered the gold market, prompting central banks to rescue the shorts


2:42p ET Monday, December 16, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

How could anyone be interested in gold and not
be a member of CBSMarketWatch?

There are two important new commentaries on
gold at CBSMarketWatch today. One is by
Thom Calandra, and it concentrates on gold
share recommendations:


Price of gold is rising fast as people realize not much is left


By James Sinclair
CEO and Chairman
Tan Range Exploration

Bill Murphy
Chairman, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee

Harry Schultz, Publisher
The International Harry Schultz Letter

December 16, 2002

The gold futures trading action seen in
December 2002 is a perfect example of the
machinations of the Exchange Stabilization
Fund, The Gold Cartel and the common interest
trading of the Gold Carry Trade. Aren't you

Calandra and Brimelow commentaries on gold at CBSMarketWatch


4:35p ET Friday, December 13, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

There's a brief but compelling technical analysis
of the gold price by our friend James Sinclair, CEO
of Tan Range Exploration, posted at Jim Puplava's
wonderful Internet site, www.FinancialSense.com.

You can find the Sinclair analysis here:


Howe/Bolser report publicized in Thom Calandra''s latest commentary


5:56p ET Thursday, December 12, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Check out Thom Calandra's latest commentary
at CBSMarketWatch, headlined "Red-Alert Time."
Among others, it quotes GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy. You can find it here:


Sinclair''s latest technical analysis of the gold price


1:31p ET Friday, December 13, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Don't miss Peter Brimelow's commentary posted today
at CBSMarketWatch. He gives more evidence of how
governments manipulate the financial markets and
how they are setting out to do so even now. Brimelow
writes that President Bush's new economic adviser,
Stephen Friedman, was involved in the bailout of
Long-Term Capital Management when he worked at

More evidence of government manipulation of markets


Gold backers -- finally -- in Nirvana
Researcher catalogues vast 'short' position in metal

By Thom Calandra, Editor
Friday, December 13, 2002


SAN FRANCISCO -- Their kingdom for a freeze-frame.

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