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April 1, 1998

May 15, 1998

ANNUAL STOCK HOLDERS' MEETING

MARRICK GOLD

Toronto, Ontario - CANADA

Peter Bunk, Presiding



Gentlemen:

March 27, 1998

INTRODUCTION

March 25, 1998

Nothing is more annoying than to be obscurely hanged. Voltaire

March 20, 1998

It was once said that "gold and oil can never flow in the same direction. If the current price of oil doesn't change soon we will no doubt run out of gold."


ANOTHER - October 5, 1997

March 19, 1998

To those somewhat familiar with the world's spectrum of gold mining stocks, it has always been an inexplicable enigma why North-American and Australian gold stocks should perennially enjoy much higher Price/Earnings ratios than their South African brethren.

March 11, 1998

Knock-knock



Who's there?



Wayne



Wayne who?



Wayne, wayne go away, come again another day!

March 8, 1998

Money is whatever people agree it is. At various times and places in history, money has ranged from sea shells and gold coins to paper currency and now electronic debit cards.

March 4, 1998

Mr. Johnston's Letter to his Sons!

(The Sting & Ponzi Scheme!)

When a bull market takes leave of its senses as this one surely has, what's an investor to do?



If you're planning to cash out near the top, there's just one answer: toss prudence overboard.

February 24, 1998

Almost a year ago a very interesting and erudite gold study was published in the British press. The report was produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit (15 Regent Street, London SW1Y 4LR).

February 22, 1998

One feature we like to do every now and then is what we call "Pennies From Heaven." This is a spotlight on stocks we've stumbled across in our research which fit three important criteria.

February 15, 1998

Abstract: In recent years, price bubbles appear to have developed in the real estate markets in several developed economies, including the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, the Nordic countries and Japan.

February 13, 1998

"We are all competing right now in a race against time to avert an impending computer catastrophe." - Con. Connie Morella (D-MD) Speech at 1997 Y2K Symposium

February 9, 1998

February 7, 1998

February 2, 1998

From Thomas Jefferson, in an address to his fellow 'founding fathers' of the new nation:



 

Who'd have guessed that rumors of adultery in the White House would be bullish for stocks?

Our December 13th feature "STRESS TEST" was eerily on the money as far as President Clinton was concerned (for complete text, see the December 13th listing at the end of this posting).

February 1, 1998

Sometime ago we ran across an interesting table showing the annual high and low for the London PM gold fix from 1979 to 1996. Subsequently, we updated the table, and developed the following 1998 gold price prediction from it.

I really hadn't planned on writing another gold/silver lease scam piece for awhile, but I happened to read Martin Armstrong's article of 1/28/98, and I got the feeling he was taking issue with my contention that the silver lease con was over, or that it ever e

January 29, 1998

As economies continue to implode, world leadership continues to show a total misunderstanding of financial dynamics. Policy is to treat current events in Asia as a crisis of currencies and banks to be solved by an increase in debt and liquidity.

January 19, 1998

I had not intended on adding another chapter to this essay, but Mr. Soros's words have left me restless and fueled a fire in my belly.


The Dines Letter was the world's only investment advisory to have predicted the Asian currency crash in advance. Some of these past 18 predictions are already coming true:

January 17, 1998

Fifteen years is a long time. In the financial world it is an eternity. Take a moment and reflect on what your life was like then, fifteen years ago. What did the world look like and what prices were assigned to the various asset classes.

January 12, 1998

Business couldn't be better, consumers are as confident as they've been inyears, the dollar is king and interest rates are bouncing near multi-year lows.



Not much for U.S. investors to worry about, right?

January 10, 1998

January 7, 1998

Gold's Value in Asian Currencies

January 1, 1998

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