By Frank HolmesNEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Over the past several months, the markets have tested investors' conviction to gold. Since February, the price of the yellow metal has steadily stepped lower, rallying somewhat in May before falling again when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke disappointed by not providing the U.S. with more stimulus. Meanwhile, the dollar gained ground as global investors fled the euro.
India has seen ongoing weakness in its currency as its economy has slowed. This has kept gold near record highs, causing the
Love Trade in India to stumble.