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'Gold: The Real Thing' draws on Sprott, Lassonde, Gromen, Naylor-Leyland, and Oliver

Section: Daily Dispatches

8:37p ET Friday, April 19, 2024

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Simon Catt, executive director of Arlington Group Asset Management in London, this week put together an outstanding seminar on the monetary metals and their future, drawing on five luminaries in the sector:

-- Mining entrepreneur Eric Sprott. 

-- Mining entrepreneur Pierre Lassonde.

-- Market analyst and newsletter writer Luke Gromen.

-- Jupiter Asset Management fund manager Ned Naylor-Leyland.

-- And market analyst and newsletter writer Michael Oliver.

Their insights were excellent and they provided some fascinating speculation as well, as when Gromen wondered if, since both the United States and China seem to need to devalue their debt and their currencies, they might agree to arrange it through an upward revaluation of gold. Gold researcher Jan Nieuwenhuijs lately has been noting how European central banks already have in place a formal mechanism to do that sort of thing -- "gold revaluation accounts."

Catt's seminar was titled "Gold: The Real Thing?," and while it is 90 minutes long, it is time well spent. It can be viewed at YouTube here:

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


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