Live Gold Price UK in GBP per Ounce
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Live Gold Price
View the live gold price per ounce in GBP £ Sterling UK. Our fast loading live gold price chart updates every 5 seconds to provide you with the most up to date and accurate live gold prices in the UK. The live gold chart is also available in a range of weights and currencies as well as in silver and platinum for your convenience.
With UK and worldwide consumer demand for gold hitting new heights it is becoming increasingly important to offer savvy investors the option to track the live gold price second by second. Watchful gold investors are now spending more time than ever monitoring the live metal prices looking for the right time to buy gold. Whether you’re an experienced investor tracking the performance of your current gold holdings or an interested first time buyer looking for the ideal opportunity to buy, our live gold price chart is the ideal place to be.
Although increasing numbers of individuals are now following the gold price live with interest, we still firmly believe there is never a bad time to buy gold. Back in 2007 before the banking crisis and the countless rounds of quantitative easing gold was available to buy below £350 T/Oz. At this time a few early bird investors saw this golden opportunity before them and have since made significant gains with gold having more than trebled in value at £1,100 T/Oz (October, 2012).
Despite these obvious signs back in 2007, few UK investors invested heavily in gold. Since then gold investment in the UK which is traditionally more common in countries like Germany, India and China, has been on the rise with thousands of new investors entering the market. It is believed 2012 has been somewhat of a breakthrough year for gold boosted by the poor performance of the UK, Eurozone and wider economies.
Here in the UK along with several other nations, consumer demand for gold has gone from strength to strength with thousands of first time investors entering the market. With low interest rates and currency depreciation a concern along with gold’s increased media coverage, investors are identifying that gold could form an essential part of everybody’s investment portfolio. View our 5 Year Gold Chart to see how gold’s value has increased since the recession.
It is said there is never a bad time to buy gold. Gold has a reputation as the ultimate 'safe haven' and has been protecting family’s wealth and assets for generations as well as making strong capital gains in the process.
If you are interested in gold investment then read our How to Buy Gold Bullion Guide packed with essential reading for all investors alike. Alternatively, view our complete range of gold bars and coins available at live bullion prices.
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