Is the NY commodity exchange the right place to go to get the spot price for gold? If so how does one do that?
Is it the same as:http://money.cnn.com/data/commodities/
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Here's a link to a webpage that gives the "NY Spot Price of Gold" on a 24/7 basis.
If you have any further questions, please let me know.
unfortunately, the link you sent me "price of gold" takes me to smartshopping.com, which is malware. I have been trying to get rid of the malware for the past two days and have not yet suceeded.
Please spell out, if possible, the actual www.xxx of the link .
Hmmmmmmm------------Sorry, I don't get that result..................I didn't give you a simple "price of gold" link. The link I intended for you to use goes to the P.M.Bull website, which doesn't contain any Malware that I've experienced.Current Gold Price: 24 Hour Spot Gold
The current spot gold price is $1334.5 per oz at 2013-10-23 11:17:32 EST. Live, real time price chart:I haven't had any malware problems with that site, or of course I wouldn't have given it to you. Maybe there's a pop-up hidden on your computer or something. I have no idea. I've copied what I get from the website as far as the spot price when I checked it a minute or two ago. Hope this helps.If you follow the 1st link above you'll go directly to the current spot gold price.
I've used it repeatedly today & in prior instances with absolutely no problem, no "Malware" what-so-ever. Hope this helps.
Neither you or the site referred me to has malware. It is my browser who is skulldedging me. Thank you for the PM Bull website. I am still not clear. are their quotes identical to the NY Commodity Exchange?
My original question: "
Is the NY commodity exchange the right place to go to get the spot price for gold? If so how does one do that?"
I am specifically interested in accessing the NY Commodity exchange because the coin dealer says he bases his prices on that. However the print out he showed me quotes the "Certified Asset Exchange Inc.".Are these two exchanges the same? I stil would like to access the NY commodity exchange.
Thank you for your time and trouble