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TO: DR CHEN USA Chinese people for the first time are able to buy gold. Right now as I type this our people are in a buying frenzy over the new laws regarding purchasing gold. Gold is selling so fast, we can't buy enough to meet the demand. Our central bank maybe making a huge purchase as well. Gold is going to go up very fast because fuel now is getting so expensive. Please tell the rest of the family to buy as much gold as they can.

Chi lei

-- DR. CHEN (chen@tred.org), January 14, 2000


Dr. Chen,are you any relation to James Chen,he worked with Watchman Nee in Hong Kong and China?

-- J (jax@borg.com), January 14, 2000.

No relation.

-- DR. CHEN (chen@tred.org), January 14, 2000.

Dr. Chen,

I understand in China people were spending the equivalent of $100 over spot price for gold.

This is what Sun Tsu would call, uh, a sign :o)

Thank you!!!

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), January 14, 2000.

This new gold market will be never as before. This will happen only once in ones life. Time now is precious, for this new gold market will be for all the world to see. The time is almost midnight for she is ready.

-- ANOTHER (another@geneva.com), January 14, 2000.

LLogic you fool, I am posting to myself. Doh!


You, Sir, are an impostor!!!

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), January 14, 2000.

This whole thread is ridiculous. Regardless of the phony & sarcastic blather, gold will become more and more valuable in 2000 & 2001 as the oil price rises and the $US tanks (due to the world figuring out that the Euro is far more stable than the importing/exporting mess that is the US of A).

-- Think It (Through@Pollies.Duh), January 14, 2000.

Andy, did you really have a big party and I didn't get invited?

-- Julie (teachers@favorite.com), January 14, 2000.

My dear mistress Lady Chen (Logical my @$$)

Does the poor fellow know that he got you on the rebound? After Mr. Polly spurned your very best aluring posts! Poor Chinese block head! He doesn't know the shrew that you are. Haaaaa! Haaaaaa! Haaaaaa! ROTFLMAO


-- Shakey (in_a_bunker@forty.feet), January 15, 2000.

Julie - fear not, I will be hosting a mega-party when my gold/silver/oil plays bear fruit!!! Not long now!!! [I just luuuuurve that new Modena F360, manual of course, in Ferrari Yellow... yep, that'll do...] Acapulco here I come! etc. etc.

-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), January 15, 2000.

Think It, Keep reporting the truth . . . you rule!

-- Rightly Impressed (With@Think.It), January 15, 2000.

The stock market's been better'n gold the last ten years. Hope those of you who have been hoarding gold haven't missed out.

Might be time to switch over now, though...

-- I'mSo (happy@prepped.com), January 15, 2000.

DR Chen,

Do you deliver ? If so I'll take 2 orders (regular) of moo-shoo-goo with a side order of wing-fat-lo. Thank you.

-- GlassHopper (gold@sucks.com), January 15, 2000.


Neehow. I know a man who spent 8 months in China in the HVAC industry before accepting a new position at the factory where I'm employed. He stressed repeatedly to me that he didn't think China would wage war against the United States of America because the Chinese want US dollars. Lots of them. Continually.

So if they want gold, then do you think they will invest also in Euros, which are backed with some gold versus US dollars which are backed by absolutely nothing except blind faith in the value of green printed paper?

-- dinosaur (dinosaur@williams-net.com), January 15, 2000.

Chinese people for the first time are able to buy gold. Right now as I type this our people are in a buying frenzy over the new laws regarding purchasing gold.

I've seen two postings on this, but never a link to a news story. Is there one?

-- Slobby Don (slobbydon@hotmail.com), January 15, 2000.


This is a serious question. Experts that I know [no reference] feel that gold could drop as low as 30 or 40. If this occurs do you think that the US will return to the gold standard. Thanks in advance.

Best wishes,,

-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), January 15, 2000.

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