Join GATA this month at the Phoenix conference

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10:53p ET Thursday, February 5, 2009

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy and your secretary/treasurer will participate in Cambridge House International's second annual Phoenix Resource Investment Conference and Silver Summit this month. The conference will be held Saturday and Sunday, February 21 and 22, at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa in Glendale, Arizona, just a few minutes west of downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor International Airport.

Also scheduled to speak will be these GATA favorites:

-- GATA consultant Ted Butler, scourge of the silver price suppression.

-- Thom Calandra of the "Thom Watch" column at Stockhouse.com and editor of the Ticker Trax letter.

-- Peter Grandich, chief commentator for Agoracom.com.

-- Jason Hommel of Silver Stock Report.

-- Al Korelin of the Korelin Economics Report.

-- David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com and the Morgan Report.

-- Peter Spina, founder of GoldSeek.com.

-- Jay Taylor of J. Taylor's Gold and Technology Stocks letter.

-- And Roger Weigand of the Trader Tracks letter.

In addition, dozens of resource companies will be exhibiting and answering questions for potential investors.

Admission to the conference is free for those who register in advance and the hotel is offering a discounted rate for those who are attending.

Registration and other information about the conference can be found here:

http://www.cambridgeconferences.com/ch_phoenix2009.html

We hope to see many friends in Phoenix, which is an especially wonderful place in the middle of the Northern Hemisphere's winter.

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

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Join GATA here:

Phoenix Resource Investment Conference
Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa
Glendale, Arizona
Saturday-Sunday, February 21-22, 2009
http://www.cambridgeconferences.com/ch_phoenix2009.html

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