Ratio History Chart
The ratio history chart below allows you to view historical gold ratios, silver ratios, platinum ratios, or palladium ratios history. The chart offers a range of time frames. The average shows how one commodity has historically been priced relative to another commodity. 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.
- Moving Averages Limit: Only 2 SMA and EMA options are permissible at any one time.
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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Third Party Data Sources
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.
Daily Spot Prices
This website obtains daily spot prices in lieu of third party data sources for up to a week.
The average is calculated over a period which includes all days (trading and non-trading). For the non-trading days, such as weekends and holiday periods when markets are closed, the ratio is interpolated from the previous trading day. The reason this is done is that if you look at the average over a period of time which has a considerable number of non-trading days then the ratio becomes "skewed" towards periods with a greater number of trading days.
This does not apply to the simple moving average (SMA) or the exponential moving average (EMA); these averages are calculated using trading days only.