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 By bluejay

08/03/2007  3:05PM

Gold $672.70
Silver $13.09
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.39
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.62

Rick

The term 'short sale" is a type of order that is entered in the market place as opposed to a regular sell order or a buy order.

The short sale is a bet that the security or anthing else that is shorted will fall in price. To sell short means you sell something that is not yours. To facilitate the trade you have to make delivery so arragements have to be made with the broker to borrow the security or whatever is be replaced at a later date of your choosing.

For example: You think gold might have a bull market sell off. Gold is currently at $672. You sell short a 100 ounce contract at $672. The following week gold trades lower to $666 when you buy the 100 ounce contract back at that price.

The difference is $6 on 100 ounces which the contract represents which equals $600 profit to you minus commissions.

This is what you have done: By selling short(you borrowed a contract representing a 100 ounces of gold on the COMEX in NY)your account was credited $67,200. When you purchased the contract back at a lower price to replace the original borrowed contact your account was debited $66,600.

When your accountant does your taxes for the year he will see a buy at $666 and a sell at $672.

In today's market this procedure of delivering borrowed stock or a gold contract, in this case, does not apply to everyone. Hedge funds get away with murder because no one saw fit to regulate them. In addition, OTC derivatives aren't regulated either. It sounds like a license to steal, doesn't it? It is!

Currently there is a law suit going to discovery with the plaintiff Overstock. com against some prime brokers. The crux of the matter is that certain prime brokers allowed naked short selling. Naked short selling is when someone sells something that they don't own and do not make arrangements for delivery to the buyer.

Overstock.com has issued just over 19 million shares to the public and company employees but past buyers seem to own from 35 to 40 million shares of the Company that were purchased in the OTC market.

If our founding fathers were still alive people would be in jail for this criminal act. If you sell something on eBay and don't deliver it to the buyer while taking their money, what do you think happens to you? I'll tell you what happens, you are no longer permitted to use eBay and the police will be soon knocking at your door. This is called fraud.

Anyone willing to understand what's been going on in the OTC trading in the Royal Gold stock over past months would only conclude massive amounts of naked short selling being permitted by prime brokers.

Royal Gold has one of the best business plans in the industry with the least amount of risk. Why has it been selected to have its price suppressed? One of its outspoken advocates and an advocate for gold ownership is being indirectly censured by the anti gold camp, plain and simple

Jim Sinclair calls this naked short selling criminal. It's all being condoned by the new evolving Authoritarian Free Enterprise system which is all about power and profits with little to do with people like you and me.

Rick, the best time to sell short is on a fast rally in a bear market. Selling short to depress prices in a bull market, in time, will be catastrophic.
 By Rick

08/02/2007  9:45PM

Simply put, "SHORT."

I'll leave it to Bluejay to explain.

All along, comsider the opposite in OAu...seeing the gold in hand is better than paper. Besides, it's much heavier and feels solid.
 By bluejay

08/02/2007  9:12AM

Gold $662.70
Silver $12.93
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.25
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.54

The 666 level on the gold chart continues to be the battle ground between forces of the righteous and devilish anti-gold villains on the COMEX.

The bullion banks unleashed their army of sellers just minutes ago and took gold down quickly from 666.50 to 662. Anyone with a brain doesn't sell a market down this fast as waiting could easily produce a much better price.

The miscreants at the COMEX in New York aren't interested in selling for profit as they are short sellers looking to create a panic sell off.

The COMEX market in gold is really just a paper market backed with some gold in a depository somewhere. Who audits them? Is the gold really there? Remember, the Commission that governs all Commodity and option trading in this country is a member of the Exchange Stabilization Fund. Remember what these guys are suspected of?

One wonders if the COMEX has gold in its depository as Dan Norcini reports today on jsmineset.com that there has been a 50,000 gold contact drop at the COMEX over the past 5 trading days and that gold holdings at streetTRACKS GOLD SHARES ETF (GLD-NYSE) are at a record high 506.69 tons.

One plausibale reason for so many contracts being closed out and possibly being put into a Gold ETF is that people might suspect that COMEX doesn't hold the gold they say they do.

In the end it all comes down to where the physical gold is as opposed to the miscreants pounding gold down regularly on the suspected COMEX paper market.

If the COMEX traded physical gold like they do in London the story on gold's last sale would be significantly higher without question.

Some years back Michael Miller mentioned to me that one of his friends wanted to take physical delivery of a maturing gold contract that he held at the COMEX and they were quite reluctant to deliver it to him. What does this sound like to you?
 By bluejay

07/30/2007  11:21AM

Gold $664.20
Silver $12.82
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.81
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.46

Rick

It looks to me that gold has put in some solid footing in today's US trading at the 660 level.

The gold stocks are moving ahead swiftly and look great. Last week's weakness, most probably, was just a weekly anomaly in the serious march to much higher prices for the group.

It is clear someone or some entity or group of entities does not want gold to advance and seek its free market price. "Gold will have its revenge."

The gold battles will continue each time the metal looks like it's about to rocket under the $1000 level.

Use their selling tactics to improve your buying tactics.

Good Luck.
 By bluejay

07/29/2007  5:37PM

Gold $660.50
Silver $12.67
Gols/Silver Index 52.13
Gold/XAU Index

If anyone is experiencing apprehension with gold continuing weak it is suggested that you read the following articles for an excellent education and some added comfort.

"The Evolution Of The Gold Market" posted at http://www.jsmineset.com and

"Gold and USDX" posted at http://www.kitco.com
 By bluejay

07/28/2007  10:22AM

Rick

The serious long term buyers of gold with significant increasing profits over the past years couldn't even give you a good answer to your perceived question.

I take a shot at predicting bottoms once in awhile when significant long term technicals are in place to increase the probability in my favor but for daily trading, I think Dan Norcini makes a masterful case of price analysis on a regular basis.

Dan is an acquaintance of mine and regularly makes contributions at the jsmineset. com website concerning support and resistance on a daily basis in the gold market.

The truth of the matter concerning cherry picking bottoms in gold or in any other market is that only a very tiny percentage of the daily and long term players actually do accomplish this.

I will give you some good advice: Scale down buying during sell offs in a bull market is the way to go. The lower the short term decline carries, the better the probabilities will favor you for an average price.

Never fear sell offs in a bull market. When it happens, go for a walk or go see a good movie. The manipulators can't get to your brain in those places.

The miscreants really greased the bull slope last week with an excessive amount of short sales. Go to jsmineset.com and read Norcini's Friday entry. I hope you enjoy the article.
 By Rick

07/27/2007  9:22PM

Bluejay,

As you know, I'm not an eccomomist, but I watch everything and learn, many perspectives from you.

It struck me that you cite gold's weakness trading where it is tonight, no doubt a relativity to all else, as you've so well pointed out.

Considering the Dow's current quasi-correction today (5% vs it's "support" at 13200), where does a weak gold market find it's bearing?
 By bluejay

07/26/2007  7:25PM

Gold $666.00
Silver $12.87
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.75
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.51

Following the A.M. market posting this morning gold continued lower until it stopped at the $660 level. Currently in the Sidney and Hong Kong markets gold is pushing higher from the New York close of $662.30 and is currently $3.70 higher.

Gold's weakness is clearly defined to originate at the New York COMEX Exchange after the opening during the recent three days activities by a gold chart provided at kitco.com.

Rarely over recent times does the Asian markets gold price sell off. It is not until the New York COMEX market opens that the US handlers start directing their bullion bank toads to start jumping around with a handful of sell orders.

The reason for the aggressive gold selling over the past three days, probably by the Exchange Stabilization Fund, was for the following reasons:

1- An attempt to stabilize the US dollar Index at the 80 level.

2- An attempt to redirect attention from the weakening sub prime mortgage market and to show that people were not moving into gold for safety.

3- An attempt to support the stock market which was unusually weak today and to even show people that gold was a bad alternate choice for safety because it, too, was in moderate decline.

The psychological war on gold never seems to end but one day it will when it vaults through the $1000 level on its way to "going bananas" when it sets its sights on the $2000 level.

Jim Sinclair stated last night on his website that western central banks were speaking of selling gold during 1979 and 1980 when it advanced from $400 to $800 an ounce every other day.

Gold is in a generational bull market and due to these periodic vicious attacks will require, unfortunately, committed patience and fortitude.
 By bluejay

07/26/2007  9:36AM

Gold $669.70
Silver $$12.97
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.63
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.48

The low on gold this morning was 666.50 as compared to a high of 688 two days ago. It is suspected, again, that the Exchange Stabilization Fund(ESF) is actively giving orders to their select bullion banks to crush gold's price.

The ESF operates in secret. These people's salaries are paid from our taxes and their operations routinely lead to daily raids in gold followed by weakness in the shares of gold companies. The anti-gold policies of this administration and previous ones have cost owners of gold companies untold billions of dollars.

Gold is despised by the government and all the people that have benefited from easy money. The banks and the Fed want it both ways: Consistently increase the money supply while consistently preventing gold from reaching its fair market value.

A fair market price for gold would certainly undermine confidence in people's minds concerning the US dollar, considering that it has no gold backing. If that were to happen people might demand payment for the exchange of their goods and services in another form or atleast for the dollar to be backed by some amount of gold. If confidence were to erode the dollar would fall into an endless pit just like the Continental bills did.

So for this reason the owners of gold and gold related companies are destined to suffer a little longer as big brother continues to restrain gold from reaching its potential. Somewhere down the road the manipulators will run out of gimmicks and physical gold. IT WILL HAPPEN!

In time, the world's wealth in gold will have been tranferred over to India, China and the Middle East. Russia who has been adding gold to their reserves for the past years will also be another rich country.

Where does that leave the US with their "deep storage" gold revserves at Fort Knox, West Point and in New York City. Of all the central banks in the world, the US is the only one that describes where their gold reserves are by the term "deep storage."

The Senator from our district in Washington was asked about "deep storage" and she had no opinion except to repeat some mumbo jumbo that the Treasury had given her. If anyone knows where "deep storage" is for our country's gold don't hesitate, bring it on!

A dirty little secret may be that the country's gold is gone and it has all been used up in the price suppression scheme over the previous years.

The reported western central banks gold supply has been declining for years as opposed to the remainder of the world's central banks as a whole which have been steady and to increasing.

"The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them." - Patrick Henry
 By bluejay

07/13/2007  1:17AM

Gold $667.60
Silver $13.11
Gold/Silver Ratio 50.99
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.42

Gold shares continued strong today with the Philadelphia Gold & Silver Index(XAU) closing up 4.86 to 150.79. This is the highest close on the Index in six months. The gold shares continue to outperform the metal with the Gold/XAU Index shrinking to 4.42 from 4.54 on 7-10-07.

It is quite possible that a significant breach of the multi year highs at the 150 level on the XAU chart is close at hand.

The following statements were made by the respected chart technician Mr. Alf Field at kitco.com on July 11, 2007:

"In the gold market we finally have "Ignition" and "Lift-off." Events over the past three weeks have created a situation where an upside price catapult of at least $100 per ounce, without a significant correction, can be anticipated."

"It appears that the long 14 month correction since May 2006 has come to an end and the much anticipated strong "third of a third" up wave has started. This forecast can now be given a high probability of success."

The remainder of Mr. Field's thoughts can be accessed at kitco.com under the article Gold: We Have Lift-Off!
 By bluejay

07/10/2007  3:15PM

Gold $663.10
Silver $12.88
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.48
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.54

The declining Gold/XAU Ratio from 4.66 on 7-05-07 to today's last of 4.54 is saying that gold stocks are stronger than gold. In the past this type of market action has been the harbinger event of higher gold prices.

There is an excellent short essay written Mr. Jim Sinclair that was just added to the jsmineset.com website entitled "Proof The Shorts Are Frantic To Cover Gold Shares" that should be read by all.

The current illegal shorting of gold shares and all the dirty tricks used for this current manipulation are really no different than what Jim Fisk and Jay Gould and their buddies did to the gold market in 1869 that brought upon Black Friday. In this case they were bulling the market higher.

If the 150 level on the Pliladelphia Gold & Silver Index(XAU) gives way to buyers there could follow an advance than will explode in the faces of the shorts like a burning wildfire and incinerate them in a spectacular short term rally.

"Gold will have its revenge" - Ferdinand Lips
 By bluejay

07/05/2007  8:54AM

Gold $647.00
Silver $12.41
Gold Silver/Ratio 52.14
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.66

Today the anti-gold establishment is attempting to melt down gold's price. From a high of 657.50 earlier, they have swan dived it to the 645.30 level. This is an old story: When the banking system is threatened they throw mud all over the alternate choice of safety by selling gold.

The weakness on the COMEX paper market for gold is a knee jerk reaction to the deepening and continuing OTC drivatives blow-up at a Milan bank reported July 4, 2007.

These people are like children that go on a rampage in a Toys R Us store each time they don't get their way. Instead of crying and stomping their feet they just invent all types of ways to defecate on the gold price.

This is all what the new authoritarian free enterprise system is all about: There will be no way out for the common man to protect himself against the wrath of these people. The rich corporations along with their government buddies want it all. One only has to follow the employment movement of government authoritarians to big business and from big business to government authoritarians to understand this marriage.

They have already compromised the constitution and probably the judiciary system too, they have already stolen our pension fund benefits and they continue to steal from us by reducing our purchasing power through monetary expansion.

Ferdinand Lips has stated that gold will have its revenge.

It is apparent that smart money is now moving into the gold stock sector. The Gold/XAU Ratio this morning is 4.66, Friday it was 4.71. The lower it goes the stronger the gold stocks are becomming against the metal.

A lessening in price of the ratio is indicating a strong and growing presence of buyers who are expecting higher gold prices to be just around the corner.

The bull trap for gold that was set at the Barrick Gold's annual meeting has run its course. Gold is very cheap at these levels and even cheaper when compared to where it should be as a result of the continuing damage being done to it by the Fed.
 By bluejay

07/04/2007  5:53PM

Gold $653.70
Silver $12.60
Gold/Silver Ratio 51.88
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.71

Last Updated: 10:18AM BST 7/4/2007

Blow-up costs Milan bank 419 million Pounds

Clients losses at the Italian bank Italease mushroomed out of control following rate rises, reports Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.

A derivative blow-up at the Italian bank Italease has sent tremors through Milan's banking fraternity and exposed the hidden dangers of exotic credit instruments.

The bank has paid off 419 million Pounds in recent days to counter-parties in what amounts to a massive margin call after interest rate rises in Europe caused hedging and derivative losses by clients to mushroom out of control.

"These derivatives were very complex and suddenly turned against us," said Pierantonia Arrighi, the banks's spokesman.

"They started moving in a non-linear way, so the losses were rising exponentially. We were afraid that in the worst case some of our clients would not be able to pay the contracts, so we stepped in to protect them, which means we took over the risk." he said.

Jim Sinclair comment: One at a time the world's central banks might be able to hide the growing financial disaster child of OTC derivatives.

However, this is number three in three weeks. That really bad day we have spoken about about could be any day now.
end..

It appears that a financial systemic meltdown is in progress. Unless the central banks can harness this growing albatross of pending financial doom, gold will go bananas to the upside as people migrate toward safety just out of fear.
 By bluejay

07/03/2007  1:26AM

Gold $657.00
Silver $12.59
Gold/Silver Ratio 52.18
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.72

MarketWatch from Dow Jones reports the following excerpts by Myra P. Saefong and Polya Lesova under the story title, "Gold up over $8 on save-haven buying, dollar drop" 4:33 PM ET July 2, 2007.

The followingn quote is from Mark O'Byme, director of Gold and Silver Investments Ltd:

" However, of more importance is the Bear Stearns shambles and the increasing possibility of forced liquidation of more than $1 trillion of collaterized debt obligations which may lead to huge losses in large banks, insurance companies, and pension managers and systemic issues."

Bear Stearns(BSC-NYSE) is having difficulty calculating the exact amount of losses at two hedge funds it runs, and investors will have to wait as long as two weeks for a current accounting of their value, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal Monday.

The illiquid nature of many of the exotic mortgage-backed securities the funds held is making it difficult to value the holdings, the Journal said.

It looks like the OTC derivatives market will be living up to its advanced billing by Warren Buffett when he said, they are weapons of mass destruction.
 By bluejay

07/02/2007  10:57AM

Gold $656.60
Silver $12.59
Gold/Silver Ratio 52.15
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.76

Good news out of Norway this morning concerning gold.

Lars Lindgren has predicted the US dollar will drop by over 10% this year to the .70 to .71 area. The last price on the US dollar Index is .8115

Lars on May 13th of this year predicted an oil price rise to 70 for this July when at the time it was 62.37. Crude oil today is 70.44.

Gold will advance with a declining dollar.
 By bluejay

06/30/2007  12:34PM

Gold $647.50
Silver $12.30
Gold/Silver Ratio 52.64
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.76

Posted On: Friday, June 29, 2007, 5:30:00 PM EST by Mr. Jim Sinclair at http://www.jsmineset.com

US Dollar Weakness Trumps Market Manipulation

They can manipulate as much as they want but it is all in the US dollar.

It is my opinion that those powerful short interests -both legal and illegal- are frantic to cover and are therefore pulling out all the stops.

Dirty tricks, use of media pals and all the underhanded methods seem to populate everything these days from gold to gold shares of good value.

Using the baseball analogy, Three strikes and you're out," I rate today as strike two at the .8050 to .8150 range on the USDX(U.S. Dollar Index). The interesting part of this is that commentators are looking at the differential rate between the US Fed and other Central Banks. My comment is, "Like hell that is the reason."

The real reason is a meltdown of sub prime mortgages that appears to have caused Bear Stearns more of a problem than was first thought. When you see a new man come on board at Bear Stearns who specialized in asset maximization you know the horse dung has hit the proverbial fan.

I believe that Over the Counter Derivatives are now melting down, threatening many other well known international investment firms. And that is why the dollar looks like death warmed over. In addition, that is why the price of gold is under the great power of manipulation to hold it down so as not to reveal the degree of the problem.

Remember this about Over the Counter Derivatives:

1. They have no regulation.

2. They have no standards.

3. Without standards there can be no viable market.

4. They are unlisted.

5. They are traded by private treaty negotiation.

6. They are valued by "Mark to Model" which is a total cartoon.

7. They have no financial guarantee such as a clearing house.

8. They are unfunded special performance contracts floating in cyberspace. All funds in the OTC Derivatives are taken out as spreads and commissions.

9. More than 50% of the earnings of major international investment banks come from granting in private negotiations these instruments of mass financial destruction.

10. The financial performance of the specific performance contract called OTC Derivatives depends on the financial capacity of the loser in the transaction.

11. Control has been loose in the interest sensitive OTC Derivatives because of multiple dealings outside of the initiating two until no one knows who has what.

12. The replacement value of these instruments is in the multi trillions of dollars.

Interest rate differential would not hammer the dollar as we are seeing today. Remember that three strikes and the US dollar is out. Expect every dirty trick and media negativity towards everything gold as quiet but frantic insiders attempt to offset a panic by subverting early warning systems.

Those in the know are frantic to cover their short positions which can only be accomplished if they stampede you by every means possible. They are going to fail. You are not. If you wish to screw the shorts royally - simply do nothing. They can make price but they cannot make cover as long as you are not spooked into selling everything gold. The gloves are off and the major battle between longs and shorts in gold is here.

Gold is going to $682-$761 and then to $887.50-$1000 plus.

The bear market in gold shares is a total construction of bear raiding hedge funds that is doomed to failure.

Their really bad day is close at hand!
end..

The miscreants have been doing a real hatchet job on gold and the gold shares in past months. It is best to keep in mind, concerning their ultimate ability to suppress prices, that there is only approximately 44,000 tons of gold yet to be mined in the world today and that the annual deficit of 1,500 tons of mine supply versus demand are not going away.
 By bluejay

06/14/2007  11:50PM

Gold $651.00
Silver $13.08
Gold/Silver Ratio 49.77
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.70

In a surprise move GATA(Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee) retained lawyer Edwin Vieira of Washington D.C. to pursue the truth about what has happened to the U.S. gold reserves using the Freedom of Information Act.

In GATA's press release of June 14, 2007 its Chairman William J. Murphy said, "As the nominal holder of the largest official gold reserves in the world and the issuer of the primary world reserve currency, the U.S. government has much to answer for here.

No one is more expert in these issues than Ed Vieira, and all GATA wants is the truth. In a democracy that should not be too much to ask."
 By bluejay

06/14/2007  12:31PM

Gold $651.60
Silver $$13.10
Gold/Silver ratio 49.74
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.70(In the past few weeks the gold stocks have been stronger than gold.)

The following excerpts are from an article published by Joe Kay at www.wsws.org on June 11, 2007 entitled, "US: CEO pay climbs to "Stratospheric Heights."

"CEO pay(up 38% in 2006 compared to 2005), high as it is, is nevertheless dwarfed by the compensation for managers at the top hedge funds, which coordinate investments for the extremely wealthy. The 25 highest-paid hedge fund managers in the US had an average income of $540 million in 2006, according to a report in Alpha magazine in April."

According to the amount of inflicted damage by suspected hedge funds on gold related stocks recently, the average incomes of the top 25 hedge fund managers may exceed their 2006 totals.

"The beneficiaries of the continued rise in the stock market are increasingly a tiny layer of the population. In 2004, nearly 60 percent of all capital income(income from interests, dividends, rents and capital gains) went to the top 1 percent. This share was the largest since these figures were first recorded in 1979."

"It has been steadily rising over the past decade, and no doubt over 60 percent in 2006. At the same time, corporate profits relative to employee compensation and the national income are also at a record highs and rising."

"This means that there has been a steady redistribution of wealth over the past quarter century, and in particular over the past several years. Real wages have stagnated or declined, while the earnings of top executives and investors have skyrocketed."

"An AP article notes, citing a study by the Institute for Policy Studies, that if the federal minimum wage had increased at the same rate as CEO pay, it would now stand at $22.61. Instead, it will increase to a meager $5.85 in July. The real minimum wage has actually fallen substantially over the past three decades." The "real minimum wage" is the inflation adjusted wage.



At jsminest.com last night Dan Norcini displayed two charts: One showing a recent break out to the upside for the price of wheat and the other showing a runaway advance relating to the price of milk. These increases will be showing up fast enough in your supermarkets.
 By bluejay

06/13/2007  1:43PM

Gold $650.70
Silver $13.09
Gold/Silver Ratio 49.71
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.76

Part 2

Message from Ferdinand Lips that was delivered in Dawson City, August 8, 2005 to the "Gold Rush 21" Convention.

Returning to a gold based monetary system and how it can be achieved:

1) GATA

2) Knowledge

3) Mining

GATA
-Gold Anti Trust Action Committee-

GATA for seven years under the leadership of Bill Murphy and Chris Powell have been fighting for free markets, for a free gold market. Bill's courage is without example. It is a fight of David against Goliath. Day after day he is hammering out his message for transparency through honesty.

Day after day he informs us how honest people are robbed by arrogant governments, bureaucrats, useless central banks and an all mighty banking system. It is a total crime. If you manipulate the price of assets of other people, destroy the economy of all nations, primarily Africa, and drive hundreds of millions of people into poverty, it is a crime.

GATA courageously fights for free markets, better markets, honesty and a better world. GATA deserves our full support.

The mining industry has often been criticized by GATA and rightly so. GATA criticized it for not protesting against the obvious manipulation. The mining people don't realize what is happening to their product and to them and to their shareholders.

They are mostly engineers and don't understand what some dark and obscure characters on COMEX(commodities market in New York) are doing to them, they are just closing their eyes. If you realize how much it takes to get a few grams of gold out of the ground then it is obvious that this manipulation is a major crime.

It can only be in the interest of the mining people to support GATA. Actually, it was the job of the World Gold Council but they have failed. That is one of the strangest organizations I have ever met. In any case, they are not the friend of the gold mining industry.

All the gold and silver mines of this world should give GATA an annual contribution. All investors, primarily those interested in gold and silver mines, must subscribe to GATA. GATA is the only organization fighting for miners and investors, fighting for their rights and their money.

GATA should become a structured business corporation. The benefits for everybody would be enormous. Not just for a few stock market gains but for the whole economy, the mines, the shareholders and the workers and for freedom.

Can it be done? Yes, it can. It is needed because the cabal can not endlessly steal our money. GATA must live and grow. Let's build GATA into a powerful organization. Bill deserves it, he is a pioneer.
 By bluejay

06/12/2007  2:30PM

Gold $646.50
Silver $12.99
Gold/Silver Ratio 49.77
Gold/XAU Ratio 4.79

The Gold/XAU Ratio is included for it tells the true story on the health of gold and silver stocks. When the ratio is at 5 the shares are a buy and when the ratio is at 3 they are a sell for intermediate trading purposes. This is a time tested approach to understanding the health of gold and silver shares as opposed to scary current events. The ratio is availble at kitco.com and is updated frequently.

Holding gold and gold related companies has been made difficult recently by the criminal elements in the marketplace. We all know who they are, all the way up to the "all mighty" FED. If the gold is in Fort Knox why can't the auditors confirm it? "Secrets destroy organizations."

Following this anti-gold charade, those who own the gold shall make the rules. Don't be a sold out bull, hold your ground.

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