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Precious Metal Spot Prices

Gold

$1,186.29

-13.13  

-1.09 %

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Silver

$16.78

-0.20  

-1.20 %

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Platinum

$1,124.00

-18.50  

-1.62 %

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Palladium

$736.00

-10.00  

-1.34 %

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Track Your Precious Metal Investments

Investment Tracker

Track the performance of your precious metals holdings with the Gainesville Coins Portfolio Tracker. This free service allows you to track the historical performance of your precious metal you are invested in.

You can create separate portfolios for each type of precious metal you own if you want to track your holdings in each metal separately, as well having a "master" portfolio to track the total value of all your precious metals together.

Start with this easy steps:

Step 1: Enter Your Portfolios

Easily add bullion items to a precious metal portfolio from the Precious Metals portfolio page. To add multiple items, click "Add Row" for each additional item.

Step 2: Save Your Portfolios

Once you have added your bullion items to your precious metals portfolio, hit the "Save Changes" button.

Step 3: Track Your Portfolios

Track the performance of your precious metals in aggregate, or broken out by metal.

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Understanding Spot Price

understanding spot price

The spot prices of the various precious metals are the constantly changing prices at which they are traded on the global market. Unlike futures prices, spot prices indicate the value of precious metals for immediate delivery. The spot price for a commodity fluctuates throughout the day as they are traded, and the price freezes when markets close. (In the U.S., most commodities markets close at 5:15 pm EST.) This is the “closing price,” which will be the starting point for trading the next day. The closing price on one exchange, however, does not necessarily match subsequent trading prices on other global exchanges.

Spot prices are the benchmark used by financial institutions, precious metals dealers, and investors to calculate the price at which varying precious metal products are bought and sold. Whether they are physical products (such as bars, coins, or bullion) or financial instruments (such as ETF shares), the spot prices of precious metals are the basis for how those products are sold and traded on the open market. Learn more about these concepts with our informative Beginner's Guide inside our Learning Center!

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