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March 20, 2000

For the first time in several years the two tiered nature of the market is opening a wider choice of investment opportunities for long-term value investors. Prices for technology and other "new era" companies continue to rally to more speculative levels.

If I hear it again, I'll get a megaphone and broadcast it myself right on Wall Street. Or, maybe not Wall Street--those guys probably already know.

Last week's running of the bulls on Wall Street brought a slew of letters, a few from Examiner readers eager to rub my nose in it.

NY MANIPULATION of the spot POG

March 19, 2000

"Qui Desiderat Pacem, Praeparet Bellum" or Let him who desires Peace, prepare for war. So spoke the ancient Roman Flavius Renatus in 200 B.C.

March 17, 2000

Musical chairs games . . . of course are underway, as what you're seeing is not normal investor action, but that of a coterie of mutual fund managers who (sometimes) think they're smarter than everyone else.

Alan Greenspan has not always had as much difficulty defining money and differentiating it from credit as he did in his Humphrey-Hawkins testimony quoted in the prior commentary. In his 1966 essay "Gold and Economic Freedom" (reprinted in A.

March 16, 2000

March 13, 2000

The gold market is sending off a warning signal ahead of the coming Fall 2000 (Sept.-Oct. timeframe) stock market collapse.

As a person who has a long time interest in numismatics and precious metals in general, the information explosion provided by the Internet has excited me.

As a person who has a long time interest in numismatics and precious metals in general, the information explosion provided by the Internet has excited me.

March 10, 2000

A bear market bounce . . . is oversimplification to describe Wednesday's activity.

[Note: The following is part 1 of a multi-part installment covering what is probably the most insightful book ever written about the stock market panic of 1929, "The Great Boom and Panic," by Robert T. Patterson.]

March 9, 2000

The Dow Industrials staged a rebound last week on a surge of upside trading volume that reversed the downward trend that had been in place for over two months, and provided at least a temporary buy signal.

March 6, 2000

It was, unfortunately, another historic week for the greatest speculative bubble ever. Leading the charge, the Philadelphia semiconductor and AMEX Biotech indices surged 17% and 14%, increasing year-to-date gains to a stunning 72% and 94%.

At the end of World War II Japan lay in ruins, physically and spiritually. The disastrous war, the American occupation, and several years of dire poverty caused tremendous upheavals in Japanese society.

March 3, 2000

Is the "Bull Market" back? That's the question many on "the Street" are asking today, as stocks generally have moved back up in recent days, very much inline with our call after last week's big drubbing, which showed an exhaustion of

Palladium is in profound shortage, and Stillwater (SWC) under $20 a share here presents an extraordinary opportunity to buy into one of the great palladium deposits in the world that has yet to be noticed by The Hive.

March 2, 2000

February 29, 2000



To: Gregory Zuckerman

      John Conner

      Charles Casparino

      Wall Street Journal

      New York, New York

March 1, 2000

It's said we are separated from the rich, the powerful and the famous by a chain of no more than six friends of friends.

February 29, 2000

Thursday’s Wall Street Journal was filled with articles about how risky the stock market is and about how Alan Greenspan is stubbornly holding onto his desire to gently prick what he perceives as a stock market bubble.

February 28, 2000

"Risky debt may cause trouble for U.S. banks". That was the title of a front page article in this past Wednesday's "Financial Times." The article was based on a report by Wolfgang Hammes, a senior manager at McKinsey, a management consulting firm. Mr.

February 25, 2000

We're not on the edge of instability . . . and "there's no reason to slam on the brakes"; so said a beleaguered Fed Chairman, to the Phase II Humphrey Hawkins testimony in the U.S. Senate. This the Fed Chairman just blink?

February 19, 2000

The rapid pace of developments in the gold market prompts this summary of key milestones and their status:

February 17, 2000

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan didn't think there was need to worry about bank safety during the Y2K event.

This market may be frustrating and plenty difficult to trade, but it's easy enough to hate. The rallies look like hell, breadth has been shrieking "disaster!!!!" for months, and key bellwethers like Microsoft and Dell look like they've just about had it.

February 14, 2000

A question that I was asked quite often recently is why rational people should purchase stocks that are vastly overpriced by all conventional measures of value and probably with more than just an inkling that the market is in a bubble.

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