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I believe that the reason for gold and silver being shockingly underheld by American investors stems from their lack of perception of the perilous state of the dollar.

October 24, 2011 – I believe that the reason for gold and silver being shockingly underheld by American investors stems from their lack of perception of the perilous state of the dollar. Recent developments, however, suggest that this is all about to change.

Americans have become strongly aware that the Fed is largely responsible for the dismal shape of our economy. According to a survey by Rasmussen Reports last week, nearly two thirds of mainstream voters want to greatly reduce “economic control by central bankers and political leaders” and nearly three quarters “of all voters believe government and big business work together against the interests of consumers and investors.”

The average American may lack the highfalutin economic degrees of Bernanke and his pals, but 65% of them “trust their own economic judgment more than President Obama’s.” That says a lot.

Although the idea that we are at the end of life for today’s fiat monies is far from being widely accepted, people are once again putting good old American common sense to work. They don’t need complicated charts and graphs to know that the Fed’s policies are killing their future prospects while lining the pockets of the elite.

Americans are talking more, listening harder, and putting things together in their minds. They are on the verge of a collective epiphany and growing discussion of a return to the gold standard will provide the trigger.

Over the next year we can expect such discussion to move to the forefront of political debate. When it does the vital link between fiat money and the collapse of our economy will be forged. And people will discover the means to end the debilitating collusion between our government and big business.

As average Americans come to understand that our economic problems are the direct result of the corruption of the markets and not the markets themselves they will rally to the cause of the free market and sound money

The gold and silver markets are sitting at idle, waiting for American investors to kick them into gear.

Shannon King

Senior Staff Writer – GoldSilver.org

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