Gold Price per Gram USD

This chart shows you the gold price per gram in USD. You can use our constantly updated gold price charts to keep up-to-date with movements in the gold price and to help you stay on top of your gold investment strategy. 

 

Gold price per gram

Our gold price per gram chart is constantly updated and can be adjusted to show you the gold price across a number of time periods and currencies. You can also view the gold price in ounces, if you wish. 

To adjust the gold price per gram chart simply use the drop down options where it says ‘period’, ‘weight’ and ‘currency’ to adjust the chart to your liking.  

Do you weigh gold in grams or ounces?

Some investors use our gold price per gram chart to help them to decide when to buy gold coins or gold bars. But more often than not gold bullion products are sold in troy ounces, rather than grams so a little calculation is needed if you want to work out the gold price this way!

Troy ounces is a measure of weight that can be traced back to Troyes, France in the Middle Ages. Troy ounces are only used to measure bullion and gemstones. They are heavier than a standard (avoirdupois) ounce, weighing just over 31g as opposed to a standard ounce which weighs just over 28g. 

If you want to use our gold price per gram chart in order to work out the price of a gold bullion bar or coin weighed in ounces then simply consider the following:

A troy ounce is equal to 31.1 grams, so to work out the price of say a 10 oz gold bar or a 1 oz coin, simply multiply the gold price per gram by 31.1 and then again by the number of troy ounces in the gold bar or coin. 

If you want to include gold in your portfolio and need assistance, please contact GoldCore by chat, email, or phone, and our knowledgeable team will be happy to help.

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