Hedge fund Insch Capital gets November boost from gold strategy

LONDON (Reuters) - Hedge fund Insch Capital Management's Goldilocks fund is up 27.2 percent in the year to date, fuelled by a 6.06 percent return in November from its gold investment strategy, 'Kintore', performance data seen by Reuters showed.

The $250 million (£167.40 million) currency-focused Anglo-Swiss investment manager has around $20 million in its Insch Goldilocks Fund, with a further $10 million in managed accounts.

Kintore is a systematic trend-following investment strategy which treats gold as if it were a major currency and trades it against the dollar, euro, Swiss franc, pound and yen.

(Reporting by Simon Jessop; editing by Carolyn Cohn)