Vancouver conference in January will be GATA-friendly

Section:

9:50a ET Saturday, November 21, 2009

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Many speakers friendly to GATA are scheduled to make presentations at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Sunday and Monday, January 17 and 18, 2010. Among them:

-- Thom Calandra of the Trader Trax letter.

-- John Embry, chief investment strategist for Sprott Asset Management.

-- Peter Grandich, chief market analyst for Agoracom.com.

-- Al Korelin of the Korelin Economics Report.

-- John Lee of Mau Capital.

-- David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com

-- Peter Spina of GoldSeek.com

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

Also speaking will be GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, GATA board members Adrian Douglas and Ed Steer, and your secretary/treasurer.

More than 200 resource companies will be exhibiting as well.

The conference admission fee is only $20, and you can get that waived with a promotional code from one of the exhibitors.

For information about the conference, please visit:

http://www.cambridgeconferences.com/index.php/vancouver-resource-investm...

Vancouver is a beautiful and jumping city year-round and we hope to see many friends at the conference in January.

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

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Join GATA here:

Vancouver Resource Investment Conference
Sunday and Monday, January 17 and 18, 2010
Hyatt and Fairmont Conference Hotels
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
http://www.cambridgeconferences.com/index.php/vancouver-resource-investm...

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Or a video disc of GATA's 2005 Gold Rush 21 conference in the Yukon:

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