Here is why.
I am nearly certain that the gold correction/bear market is over.

A Bottom for Gold? Real Money Pro($)

Despite yesterday's move, I'm not a buyer of gold.
Monetary stimulus boosted demand for non-resource goods and services.

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Hard commodities could see more selling.
Who are the winners and losers with oil at this level?
A free-falling oil market has practical and financial implications.
Swiss voters look set to bury this crazy idea.
All eyes should be on the OPEC meeting and Iran.
Massive bearish speculation and the charts show a bottom could be near.

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