What is the gold price today? Choose between the daily graph above or the live gold price chart. Use our charts to see historical prices aswell as the spot gold price today.
We regularly use these graphs ourselves to aid our gold investing decisions. As the market continues to grow and prices continue to hold steady more and more consumers are protecting their wealth with gold. It has been a historical hedge against inflactions and currency depreciations. With events such as Brexit, recessions and difficult market conditions investors regularly turn to physical gold and silver to see returns. If you are unsure what to buy and what are the best investment options we are available on live chat or you can call us on 01253 343081.
Tracking the gold price and monitoring the daily price is particularly popular with gold investors. Gold price increasing or decreasing is usually a sign that it is a good time to buy. If your a regular investor there are opportunities as long as the price is changing. Gold does not generally make the instant returns and profits seen in markets, stocks and shares, currently cryptocurrencies and especially the alternative investment market where gains can be massive but losses just as great. Gold is a longer term stable investment and daily fluctuations need not be analysed in too great detail. If you believe gold is a stable investment you should consider how the price will change over 5, 10 or even 50 years.
We constantly buy and sell gold ourselves we don't believe there is a bad time to be trading as if we thought this we wouldn't have been in business 50 years and more. You can see from the charts that prices have been soaring since early 2000's and fairly steady. This backs up the premise that gold is a "safe haven" for investors with the belief that gold can hold its value even with turmoil and crisis in politics and financial markets. Consumer demand and worldwide markets show no slowing at present times.
Price of Gold in Different Currencies / Gold Price UK Today
Keep track of the live gold price and live silver price with our popular live feed bullion charts. Gold prices are displayed in three currencies, US Dollars, Pounds Sterling, and Euros. Use the filters to select weekly gold price, monthly gold price, all time gold price. We make it as easy as possible for you to view the gold price UK today. All data can be shown in either gold price per ounce, gold price per kilogram or gold price per gram. Our charts can help you make informed decisions on the best time to invest in gold, silver, platinum and palladium. For the most part of documented human history, fiat currencies such as the Pound and Dollar were always backed with physical gold bullion. This, in theory, meant that you could trade in your coins for real gold! Fractional banking systems have since taken over as there was not enough gold to actually back up the money for ever expanding economies but this does not mean that gold and other precious metals are unaffected by currency fluctuations. For example changes in the price of gold in Pounds may occur when the value of sterling rises and gold will drop. If you then look at the price of gold in other currencies you may be surprised to find out that this is not replicated. For those investors able to buy and sell in a range of currencies you can use this to your advantage.
Even though we are long gone with the gold standard many central banks and investors still like to own physical gold bullion due to its inherent value and as a hedge against inflation. As we all know currency systems are very prone to inflation and deflation and owning gold is a way to protect and secure wealth during these periods. When various other investments and currencies show weakness and are under threat gold price 1 ounce will tend to rise indicated the precious metal is still holding its own as a stable investment choice.