5 Year Gold Price Chart in USD per Ounce

This is the 5 year gold price chart, from GoldCore. Adjust the chart to see the 5 year gold price in different currencies and time periods. 


 

5 YEAR GOLD PRICE CHART

Given the age in which we live, the five year gold price chart is an interesting tool. The events of the last five years were events that some of us could never have believed would occur, while others may have dismissed them as 'no longer' occurring or being the stuff of legend. 

In the previous five, ten or twenty years, the global economy has undoubtedly been put through its paces. This is why the five year gold price chart is so fascinating. It provides a snapshot of how markets have reacted to the unexpected, systemic dangers, and risks that they have disregarded for far too long. But, it really is only a glimpse. 

For thousands of years, gold has been utilised as money and as a harbour in a storm. The global economy has been hit by significant shocks before; the only difference today is that they appear to be coming at us harder and quicker. 

The reasons for owning gold bullion are the same as they were five, 105, or 1,005 years ago. Gold is an effective hedge against fiat currency depreciation. Any institution cannot alter the existence, value, or price of gold because it is a borderless money. Gold is a safe haven asset that serves as portfolio insurance.

Gold is also a valuable resource. It's physical; you can touch it, store it, and move it around without leaving a trace. Gold is a tangible asset, yet unlike other tangible assets, it is extremely liquid. To buy or sell it, you do not have to go through any lengthy procedures. It's a pretty basic asset that simply sits there, waiting to protect your portfolio from the onslaught of bad policy making and ignored systemic risks. 

If you'd like to add Gold to your portfolio and need some assistance, please contact GoldCore by chat, email, or phone, and our knowledgeable team would be happy to help.

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