Category: History

How Do Wars Affect Gold Prices? A 50-Year Analysis

Posted - May 15, 2024
At a Glance: Historically, gold has performed well during wartimes. Conflict impacts gold prices by increasing government spending and Read More

How Volatile is Silver? Historical Silver Highs and Lows (Updated For 2024)

Posted - April 29, 2024
At a Glance: Silver is one of the most volatile precious metals on the market. Silver prices range from an all-time low of $5.84 to a Read More

What is Silver’s Highest Price Ever? | Historical Price Charts and Analysis (Updated For 2024)

Posted - April 4, 2024
At a Glance: Silver’s highest price ever was $49.45 in January of 1980, when the Hunt Brothers successfully hoarded enough silver to Read More

When Was Gold’s Highest Price Ever? | Updated For 2024

Posted - March 27, 2024
At a Glance:Gold hit an all-time high of $2,204.04 per troy ounce on March 20, 2024. Gold’s all-time high when adjusted for inflation Read More

When Was Gold Cheapest? | Historical Gold Price Charts and Analysis

Posted - March 15, 2024
When was gold cheapest? If prices are adjusted for inflation, the lowest gold spot price in the past 100 years happened in September Read More

The Perfect Gold Investor: A 50-Year Dive into Gold’s Peaks and Valleys

Posted - March 14, 2024
If an investor was perfect in their gold predictions since 1970, just how rich would they be today?Just last week, gold hit a new Read More

The Most Expensive Precious Metal Isn’t Gold – It’s Rhodium

Posted - March 13, 2024
Gold is synonymous with value. For thousands of years, humans have loved collecting the dense, beautiful metal. Even today, gold remains Read More

Humanity’s First Gold Coins

Posted - February 29, 2024
Gold coins have been around for about as long as humans have had money. The modern world is dominated by fiat currency, money that Read More

The Hunt is On: Top 5 Undiscovered Mythical Treasures

Posted - February 20, 2024
Movies like National Treasure have firmly cemented the dream of uncovering hidden riches in our cultural imagination. While the Read More