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Grant Williams' new project, 'Real Vision,' has gold focus and more

Section: Daily Dispatches

3:28p ET Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Our friend Grant Williams, publisher of the popular, painstakingly researched, and entertaining "Things That Make You Go Hmmm. ..." financial letter, has undertaken a new project of market insight -- exclusive and detailed Internet video interviews with the best financial minds, produced weekly and accessible only by subscription.

The project is called "Real Vision" and it already has produced more than a hundred such interviews, with interviews being added at a rate of three of four per week. A new series of interviews, titled "The Chain," has investment greats interviewing each other, and it starts this week with a 50-minute interview with gold-friendly fund manager Kyle Bass, founder and president of Hayden Capital Management in Dallas, whose anticipation of the subprime mortgage collapse may turn out to be the most profitable market insight of this century.

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In the interview with "Real Vision," Bass observes (pretty congenially for GATA supporters) that "traditional macro-analysis just doesn't work when the central banks have the training wheels on the market." Bass adds that he thinks 2015 will be the year of "policy divergence" when "macro analysis" starts to work again and gold moves higher.

The "Real Vision" library already contains a series of interviews examining gold particularly, including talks with Tocqueville Bullion Reserve's Simon Mikhaelovich, Gold Switzerland's Egon von Greyertz, William Kaye of Pacific Group Ltd. in Hong Kong, and even your secretary/treasurer, who isn't quite sure how he stumbled into such respectable company, but don’t worry -- it’s not likely to happen again.

Also pretty congenially for GATA supporters, Real Vision says it means "to combat the dumbed-down approach to finance in traditional media," a dumbed-down approach that in GATA’s view ferociously prohibits examination of the most critical issues, particularly surreptitious intervention in markets by central banks, the most sinister form of what even some central bankers themselves have called "financial repression."

A subscription to "Real Vision" costs $400 per year, but GATA supporters can get a $100 discount by using promotion code GATA-RV when they subscribe.

Check it out with the interview with Bass, which can be viewed in the clear at the "Real Vision" Internet site here:

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

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