Daily Dispatches

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.

The Gods of the Copybook Headings with terror and slaughter return


8:58p ET Wednesday, December 11,2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A few random items tonight.

First, consider this Bloomberg news story
today about the value of the dollar:

"LONDON, Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) -- The dollar
fell against the yen on expectations a report
tomorrow will show the U.S. current-account
deficit widened to a record. The current-
account deficit, which includes trade and

Thom Calandra warns that it''s ''red-alert time''


4p ET Thursday, December 12, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gold climbed a big stair to $331 or so at noon in New
York today and then flatlined for the afternoon, as if
the price-setting powers had dug a new trench in
their retreat. Those who disbelieve manipulation of
the gold price should take a look at today's chart
and explain the calm equilibrium that developed as
suddenly as if someone had thrown a switch.

Exactly how would the U.S. "let the dollar weaken"?


1:40p ET Sunday, December 8, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

In an essay at Jim Puplava's wonderful Internet site,
www.financialsense.com, our friend James Sinclair, CEO
of Tan Range Exploration and renowned gold market
expert, predicts that a big move up in gold is coming
next week:


Sinclair says next week belongs to gold


3:30p ET Friday, December 6, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You may want to check CBSMarketWatch Editor
Thom Calandra's latest commentary about gold,
which quotes GATA consultant James Turk of
GoldMoney.com. You can find it here:


New commentary on gold by CBSMarketWatch''s Calandra


WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (AP) -- Paul O'Neill, whose
outspokenness won him praise as a captain of industry but
often landed him in hot water as President Bush's treasury
secretary, announced his resignation Friday.

Sworn in Jan. 20, 2001, O'Neill is expected to leave office
within the next few weeks. During his time as treasury
secretary, O'Neill's blunt-speaking style served as a lightning
rod for detractors and sometimes could even make his

U.S. treasury secretary resigns


By BILL MURPHY, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Thursday, December 5, 2002

This morning I received a phone call from a London-based
gold producer CEO. Few come more highly regarded than
this gold pro. I had not spoken to him for many months, so
the call was a pleasant surprise.

He told me he had read the new report by GATA's Reg Howe
and Mike Bolser ("Gold Derivatives: Moving toward

Howe/Bolser report stuns gold investment world


11p ET Wednesday, December 4, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Using data from the Bank for International
Settlements and brilliant charting by GATA
consultant Mike Bolser, our friend and hero
Reg Howe has issued a study concluding that
the central bank short position in gold is
far larger than acknowledged or widely

While Reg's study is terribly understated and
doesn't draw the angry conclusions some of us

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