Hedge Funds Are Jumping Back Into Gold

Monday, July 15, 2013
By Paul Martin

July 15, 2013

Gold futures saw their shiniest week since 2011 upon comments from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke tempering fears the central bank would imminently slow its bond purchasing program.
Hedge funds and other speculators increased their net-long positions by 4.1 percent to 35,691 futures and options, Bloomberg reports.

On June 19, Bernanke sent markets into a tizzy — and gold plunging — when he hinted the central bank may begin to taper quantitative easing if the economy improves.

But gold rallied on the chairman’s dovish comments during a question and answer session last week, with futures gaining 5.4 percent on Comex. Traders are the most bullish in five weeks, according to a Bloomberg survey.

So is gold headed for a bull market?

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