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Why Gold Can't Find Its Legs Real Money Pro($)

It's still not time to buy the yellow metal.
But the reports are not as terrifying as they initially look.
It could be time to buy gold for a bounce.
Oil futures are still high, but the price looks highly vulnerable.
An industry report indicates more bearish news for gold.

Charting Key Commodity ETFs Real Money Pro($)

You may want to let the dollar bounce drive down prices before buying gold or silver.
The market has priced in low inventory levels, and stockpiles are starting to rebuild.
We must find a way for oil companies to benefit from leaving reserves in the ground.
The commodity ETF has held support and is forming a constructive technical pattern.

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