Bob Bishop cites GATA at Vancouver conference


3:30p PT Monday, June 18, 2007

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA got more favorable mention today at the World Gold, PGM, and Diamond Investment Conference in Vancouver. It came from veteran newsletter writer Bob Bishop, editor of Gold Mining Stock Report, who will be retiring from the newsletter business in a few weeks and who was honored at a testimonial dinner on the night before the conference.

Citing GATA, Bishop remarked that central banks obstruct the market for gold because gold is a competitive currency. But Bishop added that this should not deter gold investors. Rather, he likened gold to a car being operated with its parking brake on -- it will get where it's going while affording investors an opportunity to get in on the boom that may have passed them by in other commodities.

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy and your secretary/treasurer were interviewed today by Al Korelin's radio program -- we should be able to refer you to that soon -- and along with GATA Director Ed Steer we will be making our own presentation at the conference in a few minutes. Then GATA is sponsoring a reception tonight in the Cypress Suite of the beautiful conference hotel, the Pan Pacific.

As was said by the guy who rented the penthouse floor of the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach and had some great food, drinks, and girls sent up: "Now if I only had some money!"

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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