Join GATA for Gold Rush 2011 in London in August
Submitted by cpowell on 08:30PM ET Thursday, April 7, 2011. Section: Daily Dispatches
11:34p ET Thursday, April 7, 2011
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
GATA's Gold Rush 21 conference in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, in August 2005 marked an upward turn in the gold market, showing the world that Western central banks were suppressing the price of the monetary metal through largely surreptitious and even fraudulent means -- but also that they would lose.
Now GATA plans to accelerate that realization by reprising Gold Rush 21 with a conference from Thursday-Saturday, August 4-6, in London, home of the London Bullion Market Association and the gold-dumping Bank of England, which now are fairly warned. The conference will review where gold has gone on GATA's watch and examine where it might go as it returns to its rightful place at the center of the world financial system.
The Gold Rush 2011 conference in London will be held at the famous Savoy Hotel on the Thames River --
-- and will feature many of the speakers from the Gold Rush 21 conference in Dawson City, plus some who have become sensations in the gold and silver world over the last few years:
-- James G. Rickards, senior managing director for market intelligence at consulting firm Omnis Inc. in McLean, Virginia.
-- London silver trader and whistleblower Andrew Maguire, whose complaint about silver market manipulation, presented by GATA to the public hearing of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in Washington a year ago March, sent the price of silver soaring.
-- Ben Davies, CEO of Hinde Capital, who has been making the case for gold and silver on financial news television programs throughout the world.
-- Market Force Analysis editor and GATA Board of Directors member Adrian Douglas, whose research studies have documented gold and silver market manipulation.
-- And Cheviot Asset Management Investment Director Ned Naylor-Leyland.
Speakers returning from Gold Rush 21 will include:
-- GATA Chairman Bill Murphy.
-- South African gold mining industry expert Peter George.
-- Sprott Asset Management Chairman Eric Sprott.
-- Sprott Asset Management Chief Investment Strategist John Embry.
-- GoldMoney founder James Turk.
-- Hugo Salinas Price, president of the Mexican Civic Association for Silver.
-- Gold price suppression litigator Reginald H. Howe.
-- Kirkland Lake Gold CEO Brian A. Hinchcliffe.
-- Gold market analyst John Brimelow.
-- Samex Mining Corp. President Jeff Dahl.
-- And your secretary/treasurer.
Admission to the conference will be $800, which also will cover an opening night reception and some meals and refreshments during the conference. Starting in about a week, the Savoy Hotel will offer conference participants a special discounted daily room rate of Â£225 ($360 or so at the moment). We hope to offer some family outings in London as well.
Gold Rush 21 conference organizer Janet Lee has returned to organize the London conference.
The invitation to GATA's London conference has been posted here:
For more information about the conference or to register, please write to:
We'll let you know next week when room reservations at the conference rate are being offered at the Savoy.
We hope to see many of our old friends and to make many new ones in London.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
This London conference, six years to the week after Gold Rush 21, is going to be a hoot and unlike many other conferences…
*The attendees at GR 21 raved about it. One of the reasons was because it was very casual, much fun, and people got to know each other because of the confinement. The speakers and guests were around each other at lunches, dinners, etc., rather than everyone going their own direction. We will do our best to create a similar environment in London.
*The Savoy is a superb place to have our conference, with the Thames River right there.
*The price of gold was $436 in August 2005. Many of the speakers were pounding the table back then about what the prices of gold and silver were going to do and why. We knew back then that the prices of each precious metal were artificially suppressed and had to go much higher. $3,000 to $5,000 gold was my target.
*The GATA camp was right on the money and with gold a $1,000+ higher than back then, there is good reason to "Smell the Roses," and celebrate the journey.
*That said, this is no victory party. We have a ways to go before that big bash down the road. What we will do is to focus on where gold and silver go from next August forward and why, using our track record over the past six years to bolster confidence in our outlook for the future when it comes to the precious metals.
*And we will get into GATA’s continuing efforts to expose The Gold Cartel and their nefarious activities.
Many people regretted they did not make the trip to Dawson City in The Yukon, and is one of the reasons we are having this conference. I hope to see many Café members there. It will be well worth the trip … to the Belly of The Gold Cartel Beast in London.