Yesterdays gold and silver spot prices

Gold:-1.09 % at USD 1 338.38/oz

Silver:-1.11 % at USD 16.50/oz

Last updated April 12, 2018 GMT

Frequently asked questions about

What does do? lets you keep track of what your physical gold and silver savings are worth today and in the past. Lets say you bought 1 oz gold coin in 2008 and 5 oz silver coins in 2009 and you want to know what you would get if you sold all of it today. calculates this for you and displays cool graphs of how your savings have done in the past. Sure, there are many gold and silver graphs out there showing you the current spot price of real money, but shows you your personal graph. For free!

Why did you guys create

We've been turning in our worthless paper tokens for real money for years, and keeping track of what your little treasury is worth on any given day using spread sheets, spot prices and your local currency converted to USD isn't very cool. So, we decided to give everyone the same tool we wanted to use and do our part in making owning gold and silver just a little bit easier.

Who are you?

We're a bunch of web developers and web designers in Stockholm, Sweden, working at Vinnovera. We just happen to be gold and silver bugs and web developers at the same time. We design, develop and evaluate web sites and mobile apps.

How do you guys make money?

We don't. At the moment this website is just for fun, we make our living creating websites at Vinnovera. You can help us out by clicking on some of the Google Ads to the right. Sure, we have huge plans on world domination by adding cool features, if only we could create money out of thin air... ;)

This is a “beta”, what are your plans?

We've got many ideas, but limited resources. We want to create mobile apps, add support for more fiat currencies, make the graphs fancier and more interactive, create a blog etc. If you have any golden ideas, let us know!

Why should I own gold and silver?

Dude! Don't get us started... short answer: paper tokens people call “money” are just worth the paper it is not printed on. Gold and silver have been money for 5000 years. Long answer: Long answer: read this or youtube this.

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