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Gold Bullion Price Charts

Gold bullion bars are tangible assets, and throughout history, have been an ideal store of value with good trading potential. They are easily stored and transported, and can be a uniquely private way to preserve one's wealth. Research historical pricing data and track the latest prices with our interactive gold price charts.

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Gold Bars Price Charts

Monex gold bullion price charts feature ask prices per ounce for .995 pure gold bars. The 3-Month Live chart incorporates the latest price per ounce for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts show the last gold bar price for the previous trading day. For more information about our gold bar price charts or products, call Monex now. Our Account Representative will provide you with free, insightful information to further expand on the benefits of precious metals investing.

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Gold Bullion Bar Price Charts: FAQ's
What is the price of gold?

Gold is bought and sold in a wide range of forms, quality, delivery locations, forward time conditions and types of transactional exchanges, producing very different prices at any one time. Most common gold price reporting is for commercially standard, pure .999 fine bullion bars in kilogram or larger bar sizes. Commodity exchanges like the COMEX report previous transaction prices to the public on a 5-15 minute delayed basis.

Current gold prices are the two price levels where traders are most actively making a market, which represent where those are willing to buy versus sell. The best value for a current price of gold is the nominal price between those prices on an active high volume marketplace for immediate delivery, which is most commonly referred to as the spot price of gold. Gold prices are recorded over time as comparison, and charted to suggest trends and overextended price moves. Besides the current gold price, how it compares to a previous day’s final price and average of previous spot prices are frequently monitored.

Which gold price charts does Monex produce?

The gold price charts above feature Monex Spot Gold Prices per ounce, which represent the midpoint between Monex bid and ask prices per ounce, for pure (minimum .999 fine) bullion bars. The 3-Month Live chart above incorporates the latest Gold Bullion price for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts include the last spot gold price for the previous trading day.

These charts are not only accessible to Monex customers, but also to all websites, competitors, researchers and government officials. In addition, Monex offers both our existing and prospective customers an exclusive selection of customized charts, interactive tools and other informative material. Located on restricted-access pages of our website, links to these valuable charts and tools will be emailed directly to qualified recipients. Simply call a Monex account representative at 800-444-8317 to request access and begin learning more about precious metals investing today.

What factors influence the price of gold?

Gold's unique properties make it indispensable in a wide range of uses, such as electronics, medical applications, jewelry and gold plating. As both an industrial commodity and the world's truest money with intrinsic value, gold has three primary factors that influence its price. First, jewelry and industrial demands deviate significantly with economic cycles, as can the supply of the commodity from mining and scrap recovery. Secondly, changes in central bank ounces in reserves (government stockpiles) play a major role, though at times more emotionally on markets than its relative magnitude would otherwise impact supply and demand. Third, and potentially the most significant factor, is the demand by private investors and investment funds at relative price levels, which is largely affected by economic issues and geopolitical uncertainty. Foremost, the desire for gold as money is highly impacted by real interest rates, or nominal rates earned less inflation. Currently, as inflation is feared to creep up in many countries, and sluggish economies imply lagging interest rates, it is largely envisioned that low or negative real interest rates will foster greater desire for gold, and thus, higher gold prices.

How often do spot gold prices change?

Though gold prices can vary continuously to some extent across markets, Monex monitors marketplace activities and adjusts its Ask, Bid and Spot prices as much as 50 times or more throughout its 11-hour trading day. In active market conditions when spot gold prices can become extremely volatile, prices can change almost continuously, moving up and/or down many times in a single minute, and for hours on end. The latest spot price, with the day's high, low and change, are listed on the Live Prices page. For gold price changes on your mobile device, the Monex Mobile App is available there as a free download. Spot prices may also be obtained by calling a Monex account representative at the phone number listed at the top of this page.

How are final gold prices calculated at Monex?

The final “Closing” gold prices at Monex are the last prices quoted for its 11-hour trading day for each of the gold products it offers.

The Monex Live Spot Gold Price for its 11-hour trading day can be found at our Live Prices page and by using the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones.

Can I buy gold from Monex at the gold spot price?

The gold spot price is merely a reference point. Therefore, there are two gold prices, ask and bid, where a market can be made. Monex uses the common industry practice of referencing a nominal spot price (not a quoted offer). To learn more about investing in quality gold bullion at very attractive prices, please contact one of our knowledgeable Account Representatives today.

Why aren’t your final gold prices listed on your website?

With more than 50 years of experience and hundreds of thousands of customers executing over $60 billion in physical precious metals transactions, Monex knows you cannot have a “one-size-fits-all” attitude. We endeavor to fulfill the individual needs of each of our customers both efficiently and effectively.

Since every investor is different, final charges will vary based on the unique details of each transaction. Monex lists current ask and bid prices for gold products for both home and depository delivery. Your Monex account representative will be happy to explain what, if any, charges above the ask price may apply to you and your transaction before you accept and confirm the final purchase price of your gold bars or gold coins.

Why is the Monex spot gold price different from other companies’ spot prices?

Offering the finest investment-quality gold products, an attractive two-way buy/sell market, and exceptional customer service, Monex has been one of America's trusted names in precious metals investing for over 50 years. Monex believes in offering transparent market pricing quoted in Ask and Bid terms, referencing its midpoint as a spot nominal price. Over the years, Monex spot prices have reliably tracked the COMEX and NYMEX spot prices for precious metals. In fact, the correlation of those prices is available for review in our company brochures and on our website. Please see our Live Prices page for today’s current pricing.

How much does Monex charge in addition to the spot gold price?

Monex does not offer gold bars or gold coins at a spot gold price. The true spot gold price is merely a benchmark per-ounce price for gold, not a price for a particular product, and is a reference price associated with the present month of the COMEX futures contract. In fact, a genuine spot gold price is not truly a quote at all, because it is not where dealers offer to buy or sell, which are their ask and bid prices. Monex makes a market for buying and selling quoted as “Ask” and “Bid” prices. Ask prices for gold products reflect competitive marketplace conditions for a particular type of gold investment item. There are, however, charges that accompany transactions, which include buy/sell charges, shipping or storage fees depending if the customer chooses home or depository delivery. Monex quotes extremely competitive prices for gold bullion depository delivery. Monex publishes buy/sell commission charges, which depend on the size of a transaction. For greater transparency, the Monex marketplace is quoted live online on its Live Prices page or through the powerful Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones.

What are the differences between 'spot,' 'ask' and 'bid' prices?

An “Ask” price is quoted by a dealer who invites an investor to buy a particular gold product, and the “Bid” is a price quoted at which the investor would sell. The amount that the ask price is greater than the bid price for that form of gold is the dealer's bid-ask spread. Common industry practice is to reference a “Spot” price. Spot gold prices are calculated based on a virtual non-stop price discovery process using comparable gold vehicles and the marketplace's relational valuation. To reference one price of gold, the standard is to use the price between bullion buy/sell prices where traders are not inclined to be buyers or sellers, suggesting a fair nominal price reference commonly referred to as the spot price of gold. The Monex spot price for gold bullion bars is published on the Live Prices page.

What currency are spot gold prices quoted in?

Though gold bullion in its various forms is traded around the world and generally priced in local currency, for the most part, spot gold prices are quoted in U.S. Dollars. Obviously, it is easy to programmatically convert the U.S. Dollar spot price to a foreign currency equivalent at some assumed conversion rate. The reasons the marketplace leans toward using a U.S. Dollar figure is that the two most significant long standing markets – the New York Commodity Exchange (NYMEX/COMEX) and the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) – both trade and are reported in terms of the U.S. Dollar. Because gold is compact and efficient to transport relative to its value, spot gold values are generally similar in the major financial hubs of the world.

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