Melman on Gold & Silver
March 2002 by Leonard MelmanWho would have thought it possible? According to a New York Times editorial in late January, they predict that the terrorist attack on September 11 will not be remembered by historians as the most significant event of the last half of 2001. Their new choice is the collapse of corporate giant Enron—and they just may be right.
A matter of some serious concern has developed in the relationship between the prices for gold and silver and the performance of mining share averages.
Many observers have questioned why the precious metals have not enjoyed strong rallies despite a growing number of positive indicators.
The temptation to enter the dark interiors beckoned to me before the day was finished but I resisted.
In the meeting, we presented Ms. Skalski with the various court cases from the 9th Circuit Court on these settled law cases and she was mortified.
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