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October 22, 2000

What is the most common denominator to all industries today? There is ONLY ONE: An overtly aggressive effort by industry captains to become much bigger via ACQUISITON and/or MERGER.

What is the most common denominator to all industries today? There is ONLY ONE: An overtly aggressive effort by industry captains to become much bigger via ACQUISITON and/or MERGER.

October 20, 2000

Was the 'time bomb' defused? Partially; which is about all one can say about the kind of day in fact starting precisely as negatively as suggested, particularly in the wake of the IBM (IBM) post

Way back in the 1960's, there was an American television show called "Lost in Space". In this show, a robot, quaint by modern standards, would shout out "Danger Will Robinson" when danger appeared.

Investors have bought and held gold throughout history as a form of protection against many different types of uncertainty.

October 19, 2000

What is this ineffable phenomenon we call the cycle? What accounts for its mysterious and ubiquitous, influence over the affairs of men?

After declining during the week of October 2nd to just under $270 an ounce on light volume and on the back of a renewed dollar rise against the euro, gold recovered last week. On Thursday coincident with an attack on a U.S.

October 18, 2000

It could take years to reach a consensus, but one thing investors already know for certain is that we're not in Oz any more.

The who has been well documented by GATA. We know who. It is Britain and the US (ESF) and, for some unknown reason, Deutsche Bank and the likes of Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, etc.

October 17, 2000

That is a good question to ask, given the past several weeks and months of a grinding decline in gold, and major new lows in gold stock indices.

October 16, 2000
October 15, 2000

There is a saying that "old generals fight old wars." This saying applies to most analysts' erroneous grasp of the gold market.

October 12, 2000

Panicky peddling pummeled prices persistently . .

October 11, 2000

Ludwig von Mises once wrote that economics and finance are the youngest sciences and are still in their embryonic stages of development even at this time.

October 9, 2000
October 8, 2000

With equities yielding to the pressures of an economic slowdown, the heydays of the decade-long bull market appears to be coming to an end.

October 7, 2000

The pattern presently exhi

October 6, 2000

Downside follow-through . . . was viewed suspiciously enough to compel a reversal of what in fact was a homerun short-sale, as we anticipated a fairly serious effort to turn the market back up on Wednesday.

To be sure we are all sick and tired of many bankers and stock brokers belittling all types of gold investments. Long years of nothing more than platitudes, cliches and glib sayings.

"Soaring share prices and the massive U.S. trade deficit are the most worrying threats to the stability of the British financial system," according to the Bank of England its semi annual Financial Stability Review published recently.

October 5, 2000

The termination of the 18-year-old equities bull market that we predicted for the September-October time frame is coming to pass.

Republican Richard M.

October 4, 2000

The final phase of accumulation appears to be ending in the precious metals markets, and the prices of gold and select mining stocks should begin a sustained ascending phase in late October/early November.

Our next regular update will be on October l6th. Nothing is rotten in Denmark anymore. Danes have rejected the paper currency of a conglomeration of disparate nations.

October 2, 2000

The evidence that there is a conspiracy to hold down the price of gold could not be more clear. It also could not be more clear that this conspiracy has begun to fall apart.

On September 28, 2000 Salomon Smith Barney provided a very bullish report on gold titled, "Gold: Darkest Before Dawn?" Major pints made by the report were the following:

October 1, 2000

I invest in gold shares for a living. I manage a gold sector mutual fund.Despite this, I do not long for a return to the gold standard or wish to prescribe any particular solution for this or that economic ill.

September 29, 2000

Can Iraq's Policy Affect the US$ and Euro? 

Iraq decided to no longer accept dollars for oil... what do you think will be the effect on the greenback and on the Euro?"

Emphasizing the bear-trap risks . .

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