Metal Spot Prices by Date Spot Metal Prices in BYN on Oct 09, 2020
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NEW! Metal Prices in Multiple Currencies for October 09th, 2020
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Physical Trading versus Paper Trading
In many markets the speculative trade on a metal may vastly outweighs the actual
physical trading. This is especially true when you factor in the trading of metal
back equities and mining companies. For most investors is simpler and easier to buy electronic
shares representing a metal or correlated to its price than to buy and receive or
store physical metals.
Precious Metal Coins as an Investment
While buying storing large quantities of metal can be cost (and space) prohibitive,
many long term investors choose to maintain quantities of high value bullion and coins
produced by popular and trusted mints. Some of the more popular coins are the American Eagle,
Canadian Maple Leaf, South African Krugerrand and Australian Kangaroo.
In June of 2008 the price of rhodium reached a record high of nearly $10,000 USD per ounce! By January of 2009 the price had crashed to less than $1,000. In 2021 the price of Rhodium reached almost $30,000 per oz.