A majority of selling has already happened and seasonal strength could soon kick in.
Gold and oil -- among other things -- hang in the balance.
At least it hasn't self-destructed like some of its neighbors.
Conditions may be converging to put a floor under the beleaguered metal.
How about supply and demand?

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Hitting a 5-year low may not be the end of the decline.
The trajectory seems to be down to $43, but this is torture.
Producers must scale back output or prices will keep falling.
We now sit near multi-year lows for most industrial metals.
Demand and supply are both positive read-throughs, regardless of the Iran deal.

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