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Date: May 30, 2008
Subject: G&G Financial T.O.W. - 'Stay Defensive and Buy Gold on Weakness Now!'

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This Recession Is NOT Over Yet
Stay Defensive and Buy Gold on Weakness Now!

This is as Good as Gold Gets — Buy Now!

Market participants now largely embrace the Federal Reserve’s recent statement that it wishes to “pause” on interest rates.

Unfortunately for the stock bulls, the housing market remains in a freefall. New and existing home sales are plunging, unemployment is rising, energy and food costs soaring and bank lending seriously compromised by the credit crunch and massive write-downs.

The Fed will be compelled to cut rates again. After five straight months of relentless selling, its possible stocks and the dollar might continue to extend bear-market rallies. But it won’t last. The United States is heading into recession and Canada, Western Europe and Japan are slowing hard in mid-2008. When that happens, gold will remain an optimal asset as the economy endures a hard landing over the next 12 months.

Take advantage of lower gold prices and a correction in mining stocks like Barrick Gold, Goldcorp, Silver-Wheaton and Kinross Gold now! These great companies trade 25% or more below their all-time highs in late March. Also, buy gold bullion exchange trade funds like IAU or GLD at these lower prices.

Gold remains in a long-term secular bull market, driven mainly by rising demand, plummeting net supplies and a general ambivalence towards paper or fiat money. Target still remains at least US$2,000 an ounce before this bull is laid to rest.

This is your Chance to Break Free from the Dollar…and for more break-away investments, schedule an appointment.


Gary Gray
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