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Gold’s Bad and Silver’s Worse, But …

It's way too soon to count out either commodity — or their ETFs
Sep 11, 2013, 8:54 am EDT  |  By James Brumley, InvestorPlace Contributor

If you think the past nine days have been tough for gold prices, then you must not have owned any silver.

Although the iShares Silver Trust (SLV) left the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) in the dust when both metals turned around back on June 27, silver has more than paid the price for that frothy runup, in the form of a relative drubbing. While gold is off about 3.6% since the late-August peak, silver’s given
up more than 6.1% of its value since then.
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