Daily Dispatches

Germany''s leading newspaper features GATA -- twice


10:40p EDT Tuesday, August 29, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Our friend and consultant Reginald H. Howe has
completed his masterwork, a summary of gold's
situation that quickly should become the
standard reference for all who pursue the gold

It's long -- too long for me to post to you in
a single email -- but it could not be otherwise
and still be comprehensive. Here's the Internet

Reg Howe''s masterwork explains everything


6:30p EDT Thursday, August 24, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA member and consultant Ethan B. Stroud, formerly
a lawyer for the U.S. treasury and justice departments,
now in private practice in Dallas, Texas, has sent the
letter below to the U.S. Commidity Futures Trading
Commission. GATA encourages its friends to send similar
letters and advise us of any replies.

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

CFTC urged to investigate gold price fixing


By Brian Louis
Staff Reporter

August 17, 2000


One of the stock market's laughingstocks is poising
itself for a powerful rally, and the risk of tossing a
bit of money into this sector doesn't appear to be too
high for some market pros.

If Down Is Up and Bad Is Good, Gold Stocks Must Be Hot


4:45p EDT Wednesday, August 16, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You might enjoy the mention given today in Thom
Calandra's column at CBSMarketWatch to GATA Chairman
Bill Murphy's web site, www.LeMetropolecafe.com, and
to the case for gold.

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

* * *


Thom Calandra plugs gold and www.LeMetropoleCafe.com


By Thom Calandra
Aug. 10, 2000

LONDON (FTMW) -- Is there no hope for gold? The
investment has performed so poorly for so long, even
literary New Yorker magazine felt it deserving of a
derisive article.

This latest piece of advice comes from Irwin
Kellner, former chief economist for several New York
City banks. Kellner tells me from his Long Island
office at Hofstra University, "As long as the Fed

Thom Calandra still likes gold


By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
August 6, 2000

The siege of the gold market has intensified. Every day
in the United States gold rallies are either sold,
sending gold off daily price highs, or gold closes

Meanwhile commodity prices have risen all year, with
crude oil leading the way. Even with all the strongarm
tactics being used on OPEC and oil producers to

Blueprint for GATA''s victory


Fool's gold: How I bought into a sucker's scheme

By Barrie Walsh
August 9, 2000

I blame some of it on myself. But I blame the rest of
it on the government. Inflation has arrived, but no one
will admit it.

Even as we continue to read data that indicates the
economy is slowing, the I-word goes officially
unuttered, and the Fed withholds its option to raise
interest rates. Commander Alan Greenspan placates a

Salon.com essay features GATA


By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee
July 30, 2000

The other day GATA's Gold Derivative Banking Crisis
report, which has been presented to high officials
of Congress and the staff of every House and Senate
banking committee member, made it on to ABC
television in Australia.

I just received this email from Michael R. in

"No coincidence that the report got a brief show on

On TV in Australia, and a letter to "60 Minutes"


12:15a EDT Thursday, July 20, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA is going back to Congress with a couple of
specific questions that we think can bring down the
manipulation of the gold market if the government is
compelled to answer them.

Friends of GATA in the United States can help us by
adding their voice to the clamor for answers. If you
live in the United States, will you consider sending a

Help GATA as it returns to press Congress for answers


By Reginald H. Howe
July 17, 2000

Dotting sides of buildings in Paris are many little
plaques proclaiming, "Ici est tombe...." They mark spots
where members of the Resistance fell during the street
fighting that preceded the liberation of Paris in
August 1944. Close inspection of nearby wall areas
often reveals bullet scars.

Yet many French display a certain ambivalence toward

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