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Precious Metals Panic-Selling Continues

It appears pre-Brexit levels for gold ($1270) and Silver ($17.50) are being eyed as heavy volume is monkey-hammering precious metals lower... Gold broke below the 100DMA at $1317 and is heading for $1270 (pre-Brexit) and $1262 200DMA... Silver also snapped below its 100DMA at $18.81 and is heading for $17.50 pre-Brexit levels and potentially on to $17.18 200DMA... Gold/Silver has jumped back above 70x.
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