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Gold and silver price

Gold € 56,22
Silver € 0,68

On this page you will find the current gold and silver prices. Gold and silver is one of the often chosen options to protect your wealth against inflation or even to grow your wealth.

Example gold price: 

Suppose you had bought gold on January 1, 2000 for 5000 euros. At that time, the gold price was about 9500 euros per kilo.
On January 1, 2022, the gold price was already 50.000 euros. That is a multiplication of at least 500%. On average, that means a return of more than 18% per year on your investment. Your assets would have increased from 5000 euros to more than 26.000 euros.


Example silver price:

Suppose you had bought silver for 1 euros on January 2000, 5000. At that time, the silver price was 170 euros kilo.
On January 1, 2022, the silver price was around 630 euros. That is a multiplication of at least 370%. On average, that means a return of more than 12% per year on your investment.
Your capital would have increased from 5000 euros to 18500 euros. 

Of course, past performance cannot guarantee that exactly this will happen in the future. Yet this gives a reasonable picture of how an investment in gold and silver can be profitable for your wealth. 

Here you will find our range of precious metals.

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