Well-informed crowd in Munich is enthusiastic about precious metals

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6:42p CET Saturday, November 7, 2009

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):

What a delight it was for your secretary/treasurer to attend Internationale Edelmetall & Rohstoffmesse's Precious Metals and Commodities Show this weekend in Munich, Germany. While the precious metals sector in the United States seems subdued if not disheartened right now despite the surge in gold and silver prices, the Munich show was jumping with high attendance, enthusiasm, good sales at the many coin and bullion dealer booths, and serious interest in the junior mining companies that exhibited.

GATA's message, carried by your secretary/treasurer, was received agreeably by an attentive audience in a full speaker hall, and was followed by many questions demonstrating a stunning familiarity with the issues of gold price suppression and currency market rigging. If the Munich show is representative, mainland Europe has a good idea of what's going on with gold and silver.

Your secretary/treasurer's presentation in Munich, a combination of previous presentations detailing the evidence of the gold price suppression scheme and adding commentary on recent events, will follow.

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

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