Last Excerpt

Here is the final excerpt of my book, the 65th Octave. A full amber moon cast ivory beams that floated lightly on the water like a film of thick cream. Here, far from his small Costa Rican village, there were no lights and the stars were bright and danced through the...

More Fun

Here’s another excerpt – the 2nd of three excerpts to help you learn the roots of wealth in an enjoyable way. Gary Chapter Two Robin stepped from the car he had rented at Heathrow, blinked back weariness and stared into the pitch dark. There was not a...

The Gold Question Again

To be hot or not to be hot? That is Gold’s question. In my last World Reports I suggested that gold could rise soon. Recently a reader asked what I thought the price should be and what technical factors to watch. Here is his question and my reply. Dear Gary, Not...

What to do in 2001: Learn Lessons in all we do!

Bolts of orange cut the horizon. Razor streaks of blood that carves the night into dawn. Last month Merri and I headed for our old home, Naples arriving late one dusk. We had a great time there and everywhere I turned and everything I did held a new lesson. When we...

The 65th Octave

Chapter One Robin MacAllen’s stomach knotted when Usha, his assistant, entered his hotel suite. Dressed in silk, she was, as always, cool, elegant, despite Miami’s humid air. But the old man dressed in a rumpled tweed coat who trailed behind her reeked of...