The chart below allows you to view the gold, silver, platinum, palladium, or oil performance history. There are 10 currencies to choose from as well as several time frame options.
Gold Source: Combination of World Gold Council and daily spot price
Silver Source: Combination of London Bullion Market Association and daily spot price
Platinum Source: Combination of Johnson Matthey and daily spot price
Palladium Source: Combination of Johnson Matthey and daily spot price
Oil Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
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This website relies on reputable third-party sources to collect data for the charts. The third party sources are resynchronized once a week. In between resynchronizations, daily spot prices are used.
This website obtains daily spot prices in lieu of third party data sources for up to a week.
The silver, platinum, palladium, and oil prices were only sourced in United States dollars (USD). To estimate the currency exchange rates for the other exchange rates shown, an estimate was derived from the relative prices of gold (where available).
The performance statistics below shows the investment performance and return on investment (ROI) statistics for gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and oil.
The investment performance table shows the absolute, non-inflation adjusted, return from gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and oil.
|Investment Performance (USD)|
The return on investment (ROI) table shows the average annual total return (geometric) of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and oil.
|Return on Investment (USD)|
For more information please read the Wikipedia article on rate of return under the heading "Average annual total return (geometric)".
Past performance does not necessarily predict future results.