Where is gold''s Patton? A reply to Tim Wood of www.TheMiningWeb.com


10:22p ET Friday, August 31, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

There's another interesting essay tonight by Tim Wood
of The Mining Web. Here's an excerpt:

"The recipe to break the gold carry trade has been laid out
explicitly by Mister Gold, Jim Sinclair. GATA has written
its formula, fund managers and bullion dealers acknowledge
how thin the market is and so susceptible to a confident
player. The battle plan signed and sealed, but where is
gold's Patton?"

Good question. If you know anyone with $500 million
and a taste for financial adventure, tell him to
call me!

You can find Wood's essay on The Mining Web's
home page, here:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
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