Gold Spot Price per Kilo USD

Take a look at our USD gold spot price chart to find out how much a kilo of gold is today.  Here you can see the gold spot price today, but feel free to use the drop down menus to adjust the chart by time period, weight and currency.

 

Gold Spot Price

Our charts are a great way to look at the gold spot price today, in the last week or all the way up in the last decade. You can also use them to find out the gold price per kilo or ounces, in a currency of your choice. 

Investors like to use the gold spot price to keep track of the value of their gold holdings, or to try and determine when might be the best time to buy or sell gold bullion. 

Gold bullion is a great investment for someone who is looking to diversify their portfolio and to give it some protection from uncertainties and systemic risks. Read our guide on ‘Why Buy Gold’ but in the meantime here are our top reasons for choosing to hold gold as part of a well-balanced portfolio:

  • Gold is free of counterparty risk - when you own physical gold, you own the gold. You do not own shares in something that owns gold. You do not own shares in a mining company that may or may not produce gold. The gold sits in secure storage, in your name. There are no counterparties between you and the gold that might affect your holdings. 
  • Gold is tangible - In this increasingly digital world we are encouraged to hold more wealth in digital form. This makes sense on a number of levels but it is also extremely risky. That’s why it’s also good to hold physical gold. A hacker cannot walk into the world’s most secure storage facilities and make it disappear into thin air. 
  • Gold a store of value - the gold spot price might fluctuate, but the value of gold has been consistent. It has held its purchasing power for over 1,000 years. 
  • Gold is a hedge against systemic risk and uncertainties - Generally speaking the gold spot price tends to be negatively correlated to other assets such as stocks, bonds and property. 
  • The gold market is highly liquid - a highly liquid market means that there is a ready supply of buyers and sellers around the world. This is especially the case during times of crisis. 

If you wish to make Gold a part of your portfolio and need any further help, please contact GoldCore by chat, email or phone and our experienced team will be glad to assist.

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