We should see this ETF move higher again.
Even after the Brexit issue is decided, worries about actions of the European Central Bank will remain.
Russian companies will cut future production too, not just U.S. shale producers. 
The Fed's loss of credibility in its ability to influence global markets is benefiting the yellow metal.

Gold Loses Some of Its Support Real Money Pro($)

We see protection/fear bets creeping in, and today's price action is a bit discouraging.
Especially if the yen weakness continues and Brexit support polls remain close.
Central banks and Soros push the metal higher.
Central banks and Soros push the metal higher.
Despite low margins, it comes with substantial risks, including shaky data.
Despite low margins, it comes with substantial risks, including shaky data.

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