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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.

September 29, 1999

As the world's central bankers make ready to shove gold off the cliff, their odds of getting away with murder have never appeared more remote.

A senior member of the Japanese ruling party and unofficial advisor to PM Keiza Obuchi, suggested Japan should use excess dollars in its foreign reserves to buy gold from the IMF.

September 27, 1999

Spot Gold $266 up $1.80

Spot Silver $5.26 unchanged


When I first started extensively researching the Year 2000 Problem ("Y2K") in early 1998, the extraordinary magnitude and ramifications of the Y2K challenge to modern society hit me with breathtaking impact.

September 25, 1999

The only purchasers of the Bank of England's gold sale were the 12 market makers and 50 ordinary members of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA).

September 24, 1999

Markets have shown no signs of broadening-out. . not only now, but during the entire year as a whole. Given our annual forecast, not just our shorter-term assessments, this isn't surprising.

September 22, 1999

The following is a statement issued this week by the Princeton Economic Institute, which defends the recently arrested financial analyst Martin Armstrong.

September 20, 1999

Nine months ago the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee developed an action plan and we have stuck with it. It was patterned after the "enveloping horn" strategy of Shaka, the famed South African Zulu warrior of old.

Fabian was excited as he once more rehearsed his speech for the crowd certain to turn up tomorrow. He had always wanted prestige and power and now his dreams were going to come true.

September 17, 1999

Selling into a benign CPI rally. .

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