Daily Dispatches

''Midas'' commentary for September 20, 2001

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11p ET Thursday, September 20, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thom Calandra's commentary today at www.CBSMarketWatch.com
dealt at length, toward the end, with gold, GATA, and Reg
Howe's lawsuit against the gold cabal. It's below.

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

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By Thom Calandra
www.CBSMarketWatch.com
September 20, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO -- It's the rare American investor who is

HSBC analyst acknowledges bank conspiracy to suppress gold price

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'MIDAS' COMMENTARY FOR SEPTEMBER 18, 2001
COPYRIGHT 2001, WWW.LEMETROPOLECAFE.COM

By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
September 18, 2001

Gold $286.50 down 95 cents
Silver $4.43 up 6 cents

The drama behind the scenes in the gold market has
never been more intense. The reckless behavior of the
Gold Cartel to continue to suppress the price of gold,
after the world completely changed a week ago, is not

New motion filed by Reg Howe in lawsuit against gold cabal

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5p ET Wednesday, September 19, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You may be interested in TheMiningWeb.com's interview
with Rob Edwards, an analyst with HSBC, wherein it seems
acknowledged that there is a conspiracy among central
banks to suppress the gold price. One has to wonder when
someone is going to start calling Edwards a nut. Here's the
relevant excerpt:

"ROB EDWARDS: I'm being a bit bearish, but gold is definitely

Physical demand will break manipulation on Comex

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By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
September 15, 2001

Gold $286 up $6
Silver $4.26 up nine cents

The agony for all Americans is overwhelming. For that
matter, it has to be agonizing for the entire world --
excluding the subhumans who carried out the plane
bombing monstrosities.

Even to comment about markets seems so trivial, but as
President Bush remarked today in his radio address to

Terrorism, war, and gold -- ''Midas'' commentary for Sept. 15, 2001

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Gold Fingered?
Gold has lost its glitter. Is there a conspiracy afoot?

The Economist
September 13, 2001

Long considered the ultimate hard asset, gold normally
shines at times of financial turmoil. This week, if
any, should therefore have been gold's time to take up
its traditional role as asset of last resort. But its
performance was less than glittering (see chart).

Could it be that its days as a safe haven are over? Or

War, terrorism, and gold: ''Midas'' commentary for Sept. 15, 2001

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"Midas" commentary for September 15, 2001
Copyright 2001, www.LeMetropoleCafe.com

By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
September 15, 2001

Gold $286 up $6
Silver $4.26 up nine cents

The agony for all Americans is overwhelming. For that
matter, it has to be agonizing for the entire world --
excluding the subhumans who carried out the plane
bombing monstrosities.

Even to comment about markets seems so trivial, but as

Be lightning for the land we love

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By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
September 6, 2001

Gold $272.90 up $1.10
Silver $4.16

Early this morning I returned from my third trip to
Washington in behalf of GATA during the past three
years. The first two first visits were most inspiring
and filled with excitement/expectations of correcting
the terrible wrong that the GATA camp had uncovered
regarding the gold market.

Financial Post begins to take an interest in gold

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By Myra P. Saefong
www.CBS.MarketWatch.com
September 14, 2001

NEW YORK -- December gold prices jumped as high as $300
an ounce in Access trading at the New York Mercantile
Exchanged Friday, following a more than $4 an ounce climb
in spot gold prices. Traders bought into the commodity as a
hedge against the uncertainty over the economic effects of
Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the U.S.

Internet trading sends gold futures to nearly $293

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1:09a ET Friday, September 14, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

It's probably time to make contact with you after this
week's horrific events in the United States, lest
anyone get the misimpression that GATA's officers and
consultants were too close to them. Thankfully, we
weren't. God help those who were.

We are Americans first, gold and anti-trust bugs
second, and commenting about the impact of these events

The Economist cites GATA''s gold price suppression claims

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Is this gold rally for real?
Gold bugs have often been burned

By Jonathan Chevreau
Financial Post, Canada
www.NationalPost.com
September 14, 2001

Gold bugs must feel a bit like Charlie Brown in the long-running
scene where Lucy keeps grabbing the football just as he's
about to kick it. Gold is always poised to explode once it gets
past US$300, we're told. Then, wham, Lucy grabs the ball and

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