This came following a net investment of Rs 625 crore in January and Rs 431 crore in December. Prior to this, gold ETFs had seen an outflow of Rs 141 crore in November, Association of Mutual Funds in India data showed. Continuing flows in gold ETFs further indicate increased acceptance of these efficient forms of owning gold. “With gold prices having corrected by 9 per cent in 2021, gold investors are showing maturity and further adding gold on corrections... The Rs 625 crore net inflows in the first month of the year,” Chirag Mehta, senior fund manager, at Quantum Mutual Fund said.