Investors interested in gaining exposure to gold price moves have turned to ETFs, like the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD), as an easy way to access the gold market. GLD represents the fractional, undivided beneficial ownership interest in the Trust, which stores gold bullion in London vaults. The ETF currently holds about 813.8 tonnes or 26.1 million ounces of gold with a value of about $32.8 billion.

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While the dollar has been one of the worst-performing developed market currencies this year, which has assisted gold at various points during the year, some currency traders believe the dollar can rebound. However, there are ways for investors to prosper with the yellow metal even if the dollar rallies.

For instance, the SPDR Long Dollar Gold Trust (NYSEArca: GLDW), which debuted earlier this year. The new gold ETF may help investors gain exposure to gold bullion price movements to hedge against potential market volatility, without worrying about the negative effects of a strengthening U.S. dollar.

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