As someone who keeps gold and regularly checks the price, I thought I’d cover the gold price movement in the last decade. Here’s what happened to gold prices between 2008 until mid-2018. Think of this article as an explanation of the 10-year historical gold price chart below.
The price of gold from 2008-2018, per kilo (for some reason can’t change setting to grams)
For the benefit of this article, I’ll use price of gold per
gram, not per kilo. Most people track the price that way anyway (unless they’re from the US, in which case they use ounces).
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Ringgit Oh Ringgit Christmas Giveaway is back! And I have a LOT to giveaway this year, thanks to the generous sponsors!
What Christmas Giveaways are available?
There are gold, cryptocurrencies, newspaper subscriptions and book vouchers up for grabs in SIX raffles. You can enter one or ALL of them, up to you. Prizes:
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How to enter and win the Christmas giveaway
Since my early 20s, I keep a little gold as part of my investment portfolio. The process was more or less:
In this article, and in collaboration with HelloGold – an app-based platform to buy and keep gold investment – I’d like to share some common questions about gold investment.
#1 – How much gold should I keep?
When I first started investing, one of my first investments was gold. I was in my early 20s, it was the early 2010s, and I bought 20 grams. I’ve since sold some of them, but still keep a small amount.
Why I chose gold as an investment