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Gold Dip Could Go a Lot Deeper Real Money Pro($)

$1,300 is the line in the sand between a bull and bear market.
Central Banks and governments are hedging their bets with the yellow metal.
Higher rig count may again be straw that broke oil camel's back.
Without OPEC cutting back, we are sowing the seeds of our own price destruction.
Gold has produced a better return than equities, despite all the stock market hoopla.
At best, conditions will improve for the industry at a snail's pace.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
The precious metal is at extreme overbought levels.
Timing is key on buying in.
If you made money in gold on the way up, you should be taking profits now.

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