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October 27, 1999

We turned temporarily bearish in last week's newsletter, but it is beginning to appear as though our bearishness was unjustified. The past week in stocks was an extremely volatile one-probably the most volatile week since last October.

October 26, 1999

The blue chip averages pulled back around 10% during the last few months, but the overall damage is more serious than that. Several sectors are down sharply and many high quality issues are down 30%-50% or more.

1998 was another banner year for equity investors. The major indices finished the year close to their all time highs and double-digit gains were again the norm.

Chart Symmetry is designed around the observation that prices tend to change direction along certain preferred gradients. New readers are advised to read the first article in this series to discover how Chart Symmetry works.

October 23, 1999

AN OPEN LETTER TO:



His Excellency The Governor

Sheikh Salem Abdul-Aziz al-Sabah

Central Bank of KUWAIT

October 21, 1999

The gold price has fallen sharply over the past few months, and the market has been gripped by fears of large ongoing future sales by central banks.

Conviction in technology . .

October 20, 1999

The Bank of England's (BOE's) ridiculous second 25 ton gold auction took place on September 21 ( basically giving it away at $255.75 within a few bucks of the 20 year low).

Today's reports of stronger than expected productivity gains and less than expected unit labor costs will only incite more giddy chatter of a "new era" miracle economy.

October 19, 1999

We have to go somewhere we haven't been before. We started writing about markets in 1967, seven years after becoming involved in world financial markets.

The explosive reaction of the Gold market to a sudden policy shift by the European Central Bankers has brought to limelight the "hedging" activities of the Gold producers.

October 18, 1999
October 14, 1999

Technical, fundamental and monetary factors . .

October 11, 1999
October 10, 1999

As expected, it was another very unsettled week in the stock market and financial markets generally.

October 9, 1999

Don't be confused by self-serving outcries from various parties trapped in the gold short squeeze.

October 8, 1999

Options trading and bungee jumping have a lot in common. Both can slam you into the ground ... and both can send you flying into the stratosphere. So why attempt such extreme sports?

October 7, 1999

Gauging the wind .

It seems unanimous: the economy is booming. Presidential candidates allude to it in condemning their opponents for not proposing more spending for education, or housing, or whatever pleases their current listeners.

October 6, 1999

In "A Peek at Smaller Golds" (Part I) I presented a group of successful advanced stage exploration companies that should offer substantial upside gains in a gold bull market.

During the first part of this year, I wrote an article for Gold-Eagle titled GOLD, COMMON SENSE AND PATIENCE.

October 4, 1999

Here's an update from my last piece, "No Way Out", in which I postulated that the leasing scam in gold and silver would soon come apart and we would have a market event similar to what occurred in the stock market in Oct 1987, which was

In the last "Midas," I reported that several sources had told me that the Federal Reserve was "jawboning" futures commission merchants not to pressure firms to deliver gold.

A lot of shorts must be wondering why the European Central Bankers decided to limit their Gold sales to not more than 400 tons per year for the next five years.

October 2, 1999

The European central banks moratorium on gold sales limits aggregate sales to 2,000 tons over five years and 400 tons per year and specifically excludes "already decided sales." The ban includes the UK and Switzerland.

Pinch me quick and tell me I'm not dreaming. How can this be? Fourteen European central banks plus even the English Poodle announce that they will restrict gold sales and lending for the next five years.

October 1, 1999

Aftershocks following Tuesday's Wall Street circus . .

Chart Symmetry is designed around the observation that prices tend to change direction along certain preferred gradients. New readers are advised to read the first article in this series to discover how Chart Symmetry works.

A former professional football player and commodity trader named Bill Murphy is shaking things up in the gold markets and perhaps in the boardrooms of some of the most powerful bankers in America too. Mr.

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