Daily Dispatches

Thom Calandra comments on Newmont Mining''s slip


9:12p ET Tuesday, November 12, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Jim Puplava of www.FinancialSense.com interviewed
Larry Parks of the Foundation for the Advancement
of Monetary Education (www.FAME.org) the other day
on his Internet radio program, wherein Parks explained
how the world financial system uses its power to
create money so that wealth is transferred from the
people who produce it to the banks. The interview is

Goldcorp CEO McEwen teaches a course in mining and money


11:20p ET Monday, November 11, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA's delegation at the New Orleans
Investment Conference last week -- GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy, our consultants Reg
Howe, James Turk, Mike Bolser, and Bob
Landis, and me -- had a great time, and, as
things turned out, it had nothing to do with
the usual gluttony, drinking, lechery, and
singing those filthy mining-camp songs Murphy

How the banks use their money-creation power to expropriate us


12:21a ET Tuesday, November 12, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

There are two important reports at Mineweb tonight.

The first describes the British Treasury's defense of
its gold sales program.

The second is Tim Wood's comprehensive, candid,
and really extraordinary interview with Goldcorp CEO
Rob McEwen, which is all at once a fascinating
primer on the gold mining business, a stirring

A few years ago GATA was nuts; now we''re almost conventional wisdom


11:08p ET Sunday, November 10, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

James Sinclair, the renowned gold market
expert and chairman of Tan Range Exploration,
had generous praise for GATA at the New
Orleans Investment Conference, where GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy was a featured speaker
and discussion panel member.

Just before leaving the conference today,
Sinclair provided us with the commentary

A report on GATA''s participation in the New Orleans Investment Conference


Gold bulls gather, suspiciously

By Peter Brimelow
Monday, November 11, 2002


NEW YORK -- Richard Russell has finally,
indisputably, said it: The gold market is
being manipulated.

Sinclair praises GATA in New Orleans, sees Asian/Islamic gold strategy


4:31p CT Friday, November 8, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

This seems to have been the week when GATA's publicizing
J.P. Morgan Chase's suppression of the gold price through a
huge issuance of derivatives exploded in the mainstream
financial press. Today's examination of the issue comes in
a long story in Canada's National Post, appended here.

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

Canada''s National Post joins the questioning about Morgan''s gold exposure


11:16a CT Friday, November 8, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The most brilliant analysis of the week may belong to
Michael Kosares of Centennial Precious Metals in
Denver, proprietor of www.USAGold.com, who seems
to have tossed off the commentary below as a casual
aside on his Internet site's forum. If you read only
one thing on the markets this week, read this.

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

MineWeb reports on Russell''s pro-gold views at New Orleans Investment Conference


Globe & Mail, Toronto
Friday, November 8, 2002

TORONTO and VANCOUVER -- Placer Dome Inc. shares have
been caught up in a torrent of trading as major mining players
mull possible takeover scenarios.

Industry sources said a number of foreign and domestic mining
companies have privately expressed interest in acquiring some

No paper is good paper these days, even in money-market funds


By Sue Thomas

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 8. (Reuters) -- South Africa's second-largest
gold producer Gold Fields on Friday denied market talk that it is
about to make a bid for Canadian peer Placer Dome Inc, but its
share price still fell on investor concerns.

"It's a vicious rumour and there is no substance to it," Gold Fields
spokesman Willie Jacobsz told Reuters.

Gold Fields' share price tumbled 8 percent to a late-session low of

Other big miners plot dismemberment of Placer Dome


Financials weak, Morgan Chase weakest

By Greg Morcroft
Thursday, November 7, 2002


NEW YORK -- J.P. Morgan Chase shares came under selling
pressure Thursday, despite a denial by the nation's second-largest
bank that it had suffered large losses on gold derivatives.

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