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The English Poodle and TheStreet

Friday, May 7, 1999

By Bill Murphy

Last night, in the Midas du Metropole commentary at the
James Joyce Table (as many of you know), I went over
the supply/demand situation of the gold market, as I
saw it.

If you recall, it was clear from the commentary that
the bears were running out of ways to talk down the
market and the price of gold had risen to a point that

Another article from TheStreet.com



Thu, 06 May 1999

To worry about the current low price of gold today is
the wrong approach since Y2K will take care of these
temporary price issues.

It is my opinion after 2 1/2 years and 3500 hours of
research and lectures that gold prices will have no
problem in advancing this Fall through the year 2000.
The current "short positions" held by banks, and

Two articles and an appeal


'Old Lady' swats the gold bugs

Some suspect 'cabal' is
protecting the short-sellers

Saturday, May 08, 1999

By William Hanley
The Financial Post

Pity the poor gold bugs. Just as they are getting ready
to get all caught up in a new wave of excitement about
a gold rally in the making, along comes the mean "Old
Lady of Threadneedle Street" to swat them yet again.
The Bank of England -- headquartered on Threadneedle

No Subject


Friday night 5/7/99

Dear Friends of GATA:

Here's another article from TheStreet.com tonight
that's about gold and mentions GATA. Our chairman,
Bill Murphy, has been working nearly around the
clock for a couple of weeks now and it's starting
to pay off with publicity in the mining and
financial worlds.

Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee


Five Items and a Farewell


Friday night, May 7, 1999

Dear GATA Egroup members:

You may be interested in this major feature
article published about the Gold Anti-Trust
Action Committee tonight at TheStreet.com.

While this was a day of treachery in the gold
market, thanks to the Bank of England, this
treachery is so extreme and desperate that I'm
hopeful that it will open the eyes of many.

More and more evidence supports GATA's

From the Cafe this Week


Hello Friends of GATA and Gold,

I have something important to share with you in my opening letter.
Following on that you will find five VIEWPOINTS and E-MAIL CAMPAIGN

1. The FED Responds to GATA Member Richard Harmon's Letter
2. Ken Reser Appeals to Members to Activate Canada's Politicos
3. Responses to Bill Murphy's Vancouver Radio Interview
4. THC tells GATA to join E-gold
5. Josh Wright is doing well with his Gold links site

A Home Run for Bill in Radio Interview


Hello GATA Members,

Here are extracts from the last few days' postings at Le Metropole
Cafe (www.lemetropolecafe.com).

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy wrote (as Midas) on Friday, April 9:

"The most bullish set up in the history of the gold market! The CFTC
Commitment of Traders Report was released after the close today and
it was a whopper and even more bullish than we told you it would be

Worldwide website listening possible for Murphy radio interview


GATA friends,

Bill Murphy has been told, his Radio Interview tomorrow is at 10-30
a.m. Vancouver time, for half an hour, not 10 a.m.

GO GATA, Go Gold,

Boudewijn Wegerif (Bodwin)
Moderator GATA E-Mail Group



Change of time, to 10.30 am, for Bill Murphy radio interview


I am just letting the words flow here, GATA members; with a hello,
leading straight into, well I've just heard the interview -- Bill
Murphy speaking to Rafe Mair on Radio CKNW 98, Vancouver, with
(speaking as a baseball enthusiast) a home run in the third session.

It is to me amazing that I am able to come straight on line here in
Sweden within five minutes of hearing Bill strike our www.gata.org

NEWS FLASH -- Leading Daytime Radio Interview


Hellow GATA members,

Doug Byron and Ray DeMoss between them put me wise to the fact that

The website for the radio station that Bill will be interviewed on is
http://www.cknw.com10:00 AM PDT Thursday


You can listen in worldwide on Real Audio Download, which is
available on free demonstration

Good listening,


YGM Ken Reser has pointed to some VERY interesting postings at

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