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article imageMark Dice sells his one ounce gold coin

By Alex Allen
Mar 21, 2013 in Politics
After months of trying to sell his one ounce gold coin on the street, Mark Dice has finally cashed in his coin, proving to YouTube viewers that authentic gold really is worth a lot of money.
Media and political analyst Mark Dice has never been shy about his views. From mailing his garbage to Glenn Beck to screaming at Black Friday shoppers, Dice has been outspoken and even controversial in the eyes of many.
One thing he has advocated throughout his work is sound money. Dice is a clear proponent of the gold standard and is opposed to the Federal Reserve System. In this video, Dice can be seen confronting the Federal Reserve police along with Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change and Adam Kokesh of Adam Vs. The Man. Dice has done more than just confronting Fed police to promote sound money, however. In order to spread the word about the value of gold and precious metals, he has tried numerous times to sell his one ounce gold coin to random people on the street. He has even offered the coin to people for twenty or thirty dollars, a small fraction of its real value and several times has offered it for free. Nearly everyone has denied the offer, however, proving Dice's point that not many people know the true value of gold.
Now, after several months of confusing people with the gold coin, Mark Dice has finally ended the fun. In one of his latest videos, Dice goes to "Liberty Coin & Precious Metals" and cashes his gold coin in for $1600 after one last attempt at trying to sell it for $20 on the street.
According to usagold.com, the current price of an ounce of gold is anywhere between $1,678 and $1,728.
Mark Dice is the author of Illuminati: Facts & Fiction and The Resistance Manifesto. He can be found online at markdice.com and youtube.com/markdice.
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