The price history chart below allows you to view historical gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and oil prices. The chart offers 10 different currency options with a range of time frames. The scale of the chart's vertical axis can be linear or logarithmic (log). The inflation adjusted price (2015) can be added to the chart so that you can see how the real price of the commodity has changed with time. There are also two technical analysis moving averages, simple moving average (SMA) and exponential moving average (EMA). You can choose moving average time periods of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 days.
Gold Source: World Gold Council
Silver Source: London Bullion Market Association
Platinum Source: Johnson Matthey
Palladium Source: Johnson Matthey
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 inflation rate (CPI index) time frame options vary for different currencies - most are updated monthly with the exception of the Australian dollar (AUD) which is quarterly, and Yuan Renminbi (CNY), Indian Rupee (INR), and South African rand (ZAR) which are yearly. The effect of this is that the longer the time between CPI indices the less up to date the inflation adjusted price is on the chart. The inflation adjusted price is in 2015 units of currency.