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A Silver Price Forecast For 2017

Silver is breaking down, similar to gold and miners. That does not bode well for the price of silver in 2017. How deep could silver fall in 2017? That is the question we try to answer in this article. Silver’s breakdown should not come as a surprise, as we warned our readers already two months ago that silver was on the verge of correcting, just weeks after the Brexit frenzy.
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