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article imageMan attempts to give away one-ounce gold coin for free

By Andrew Moran     Dec 1, 2009 in Business
California resident Mark Dice tried to, once again, give away a one-ounce Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin for free just by answering a simple question: How much is gold worth?
Over the last several weeks, gold bullion has been trading at record highs and is up 32 per cent this year alone. Right now, a one-ounce gold coin or bar is valued at $1,200USD.
Last month, Digital Journal reported on Mark Dice trying to sell a one-ounce Canadian Maple Leaf Gold coin for at most $50 all the way down to a cup of coffee but every rejected his offer.
But now, according to Information Liberation, Dice is at it again and willing to give away the same coin for free if they answer one question: How much is gold trading at right now? Dice even gives them a 25 per cent window.
The answers may stun some gold bugs who are probably kicking themselves in the butt hoping that Dice would come to their neck of the woods.
Founder of the Resistance and proponent of the 9/11 Truth Movement, Mark Dice, asks his first “Price is Right” contestant, “Today, you’re out here getting your body in shape, we’re going to see if your mind is in shape now. If you can guess, or if you know, how much one ounce of gold is trading in the market, or in the commodities market, I will give you this one-ounce gold coin for free. Plus or minus 25 per cent.” The man ponders for a moment and responds, “$17.”
Later on, Dice received lower answers such as “$0.38.” Another man said, “$1.00” but when he was told it was Canadian he revised his answer to “$1.50.” As he progressed on, he received higher answers, answers that would have matched the price of gold back in 2000.
Some people couldn’t even be bothered to guess.
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