Gammage on Goldbugs & the 5 Bears
Kennedy Gammage Sr. (~January 3, 2006)
Editor & Publisher, Stockmarket Cycles
November 1, 2003
A roundtable discussion about gold.
Web note: Updated 2006 in honor of Kennedy's passing.
KENNEDY GAMMAGE (~January 3, 2006) was the editor and publisher of The Richland Report. He was familiar to views of CNBC and readers of Barron's, and as a panelist, lecturer and commentator nationwide.
Born in 1925, he served in Infantry Intelligence in both Europe and the Philippines in World War II. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and the Harvard Business School.
Before moving to La Jolla, California in 1963, Mr. Gammage worked in New York City for fifteen years as a financial consultant and with the McCann-Erickson advertising agency for such diverse clients as CBS and NBC networks, Nabisco, B.F. Goodrich, the Standard Oil companies, Buick and Chrysler. From 1970 to 1976 he was head of research and portfolio management for two La Jolla investment counseling firms, then operated his own until 1989.
Since 1976 Mr. Gammage had published The Richland Report, a bi-weekly stock and market investment advisory newsletter not designed for the Great Unwashed. His economic views were antediluvian, being Austrian, free-market and hard-money, with emphasis on the abolition of the Federal Reserve, the BATF and the IRS. Politically, he was aggressively IN-correct and somewhat to the right of Attila the Hun. He's convinced that George Bush, David Rockefeller and Bill Clinton are cousins under the skin, and Rush Limbaugh too liberal. He advocates bringing back such fine old institutions as the poll tax, public floggings and tarring and feathering of politicians.
Previously interviewed in 2003
A Technical Perspective of The Markets and Gold
June 28, 2003
with Kennedy Gammage, Richard Russell, Peter Eliades and Tim Wood
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