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June 2, 1999

"We're dying from a thousand knives" beefed an Internet trader after this past week's Net stock bash that buried investors for losses in stocks like amazon.com, already down 50% from its all-time high, yahoo.com, down 36%, and AOL, down

Broad market at crossroads; do or die for Internets

June 1, 1999

The story of money is, to some extent, a story of man's quest for ease and convenience. Direct bartering of one good for another, more highly prized, was so inconvenient that it was doomed to failure from its onset.

Much has been written over perhaps as much as the past 5-6 years about the unreasonable and unsustainable levels reached by stock prices on Wall Street.

A little-known gold miner in South Africa boosts the potential of being one of the most profitable gold mining companies in the world.

May 27, 1999

Out of fuel and enthusiasm. . . per forecast; the market has been under pressure for some days now overall.

May 26, 1999

The drawn-out basing pattern throughout the speculative gold stock sector continues with some gold stocks experiencing incipient bull markets—a foreshadow of what is to come over the entire sector.

May 25, 1999

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.

May 22, 1999

[Note: The following is the second installment of a four-part series based on the John Kenneth Galbraith classic, The Great Crash 1929, and the parallel events of today's stock market.]

May 21, 1999

While it was a difficult week to make money as a bear, it was one of the more encouraging weeks in some time as fundamental developments strongly shifted in our direction. For the week, the Dow lost 84 points, or less than 1%.

Depressing Disparity

May 20, 1999

Strength in T-Bonds. . . followed only a minor hiccup in the wake of our forecast move this week by the Federal Reserve Board's Open Market Committee.

May 17, 1999

I made an uncharacteristically bullish prediction here six weeks ago when I wrote that the Dow Industrials would tack on 2,000 points by mid-summer if Asia's economies began to lift from their long dirge.

Final Part



Final Observations To Gold In A Deflationary Economy:

Onward And Upward

Last Month I demonstrated how an investor could have greatly enhanced the performance of his or her portfolio most of this century, by allocating 15% to Homestake Mining Company.

May 14, 1999

Incongruities . .

May 13, 1999

One of the timeless maxims known to almost every student of human affairs is that history always repeats, and that those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them.

May 10, 1999

CHANNEL SURFING recently, I caught Louis Rukeyser delivering one of those metaphorical gibes (for which he is deservedly beloved) to the groin of his favored patsy, Gloomy Gus.

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.

May 6, 1999

Morale boosting rallies . .

The Honorable Arthur Levitt

Chairman

The Securities and Exchange Commission

450 Fifth St, NW

Washington, DC 20549



Dear Chairman Levitt:

It is becoming more and more evident with each passing week that the gold market, along with commodities in general, have seen a bottom and will continue to consolidate or move higher in the weeks and months ahead.

May 5, 1999

I have written extensively over the past two years about precious metals leasing and its manipulative effect on the markets.

May 4, 1999

After a month that saw more good earnings, robust growth in Gross Domestic Product, a soaring Dow Industrial Average-- up 10% for the month of April, the best performance in a single month since October 1982--the first quarter of 1999 ap

May 3, 1999

Talk of returning to a gold standard conjures up images in most investor's minds of government confiscation of gold and tight money supply, among other things.

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.

April 30, 1999

The broad U.S. stock market continued to show its underlying strength last week in the face of a bearish near-term technical picture.

April 29, 1999

Before the 1990s boom in equity prices, a 3% dividend yield was considered a harbinger of a market top. The long term average yield is over 4%.

Recovery in cyclical stocks. .

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