By Hal M. Bundrick NEW YORK ( MainStreet)--As the Fed signals a reduction of its bond-buying program, the effects are rippling through markets in virtually every asset class. The stock and bond markets have become even more volatile and finding a safe haven is elusive. Gold and other precious metals and commodities are no exception. According to Lipper, the Commodities Precious Metals (CMP) Funds classification suffered its twelfth consecutive week of net outflows for the period ending June 19. Assets under management for the group have fallen from a $103.7 billion apex at the top of the gold run on October 10, 2012, to $63.4 billion as of last week. That is the smallest allocation the group has seen since July 7, 2011. Lipper defines CMP Funds as investing primarily in precious-metal commodity-linked derivative instruments or physicals.