Daily Dispatches

Peter Grandich plans investment seminar on eve of Vancouver conference


12:11a ET Thursday, December 1, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Blanchard & Co., the New Orleans coin and bullion
dealer, issued on Wednesday a statement about the
settlement of its antitrust lawsuit against Barrick
Gold, which had been filed in U.S. District Court
in New Orleans, and the settlement of Barrick's
libel countersuit against Blanchard, which had
been filed in Canada.

Buy anything with gold in or near it, South African technical analyst says


7:32p ET Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA supporter Terry Krohn, who writes financial
commentary under the pseudonym PMTrader, is
also a novelist whose book "Eye of the Pyramid"
puts the gold price suppression scheme into a
mystery/thriller format.

To mark the first anniversary of the book's
publication, its publisher, Axiom House, is
offering bonuses to those who purchase the book

Latin American Parliament ponders Mexican silver coin proposal


12:35a ET Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

If you'd like some encouragement as the overnight
market bashes gold down $5 or $6 from the $500
threshold, read the transcript of Alec Hogg's
MoneyWeb radio interview with South African
technical analyst Issy Bacher, whose enthusiasm
for gold and gold shares is likely to keep him
off the radio for a while longer in the Northern

James Cook interviews silver market analyst Ted Butler


Fed May Pause Too Soon

By Irwin Kellner
Tuesday, November 29, 2005


Is the Federal Reserve laying the groundwork for halting the
extended rise in short-term interest rates? And, if so, why?

Treasury yield curve partially inverts, forecasting recession, lower rates


12:02a ET Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Resource Investor's Jon A. Nones, reporting on the second
day of the Gold and Precious Metals Investment
Conference in San Francisco, quotes a number of market
analysts, including GoldMoney founder and GATA
consultant James Turk. You can find Nones' report here:


Even an establishment academic questions motive behind M3 data erasure


By Peter Brimelow
Monday, November 28, 2005


NEW YORK -- Monday night (Eastern), as soon as the Tokyo Commodities
Market opened, gold surged.

In just over an hour it was up $4 from the Comex close, breaking

Buy ''Eye of the Pyramid'' on Thursday and you''ll be supporting GATA


An interview with silver market analyst Ted Butler by James
Cook, proprietor of Investment Rarities Inc. of Minneapolis.

* * *

James Cook: We hear a lot about Asian demand for silver.

Ted Butler: And for good reason. It appears that Asian demand,
particularly from China and India, is impacting every commodity.

Cook: How important are these two countries?

Butler: They have become the main factor in the world of commodities.

Resource Investor reports on Day 2 of the San Francisco gold show


By Rob Gillies
Associated Press
Monday, November 28, 2005


TORONTO -- A corruption scandal forced a vote of no-confidence
Monday that toppled Prime Minister Paul Martin's minority
government, triggering an unusual election campaign during the
Christmas holidays.

Peter Brimelow: Gold above $500 is about time


Treasury Yield Curve Partially Inverts;
Slow Housing-Market Data Help Create
Rare Situation; Watching for a Recession

By Mark Whitehouse
The Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Bond investors, worried about slackening home sales, nudged the
threat level on their economic early-warning system a notch higher

In an unusual event known as a partial inversion of the yield curve,

James Turk: Even Russia has leased out most of its gold reserves


7:48p ET Monday, November 28, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Two major gold price monitoring Internet
sites, Kitco and Ino, report that gold
broke the $500 barrier at 7:30 p.m. U.S.
Eastern time tonight:



Tan Range Exploration CEO Jim Sinclair

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