On this page we present a palladium return calculator. Enter any two dates since April, 2 1990, and we will compute the annualized and total returns on a palladium investment. Optionally, adjust the returns for inflation (CPI). An Inflation Adjusted Palladium Return Calculator Sources and Credits on the Palladium Return Calculator Inflation is based on the […]
On this page we present an automatically updating platinum return calculator. Enter any dates since April, 2 1990, and we will compute the annualized and total returns on a platinum investment. Optionally, adjust returns automatically for inflation (CPI). An Inflation Adjusted Platinum Return Calculator Sources and Credits for the Platinum Return Calculator Inflation is based […]
Below is a gold return calculator which calculates the return made buying and selling gold (without transaction fees). Enter the ending and starting dates for a theoretical investment, and we’ll do the math. Optionally, adjust for inflation using CPI If you find this interesting, please also see our Treasury Return Calculator, S&P 500 Total Return […]
One pays a dividend, has enterprise value, and has the potential for growth. One is a piece of metal long accepted as a store of value. Which one do you invest in: gold (or silver) mining stocks, or gold (or silver!) itself?
Our article, “Investing in the 79th Element”, is hosted over at Man vs. Debt for the Carnival of Personal Finance! Go check it out, the theme is New Zealand!
Gold, the 79th element in the periodic table, is perhaps the most controversial of any investments. Every investor seems to have an opinion on the metal. Some people, particularly enamored with the constitution, read into it the necessity for the government to only issue gold (and silver) coins.
Regardless of your viewpoint on the legality of fiat currency, perhaps you have decided to invest some of your hard earned funds into the stuff. There are many ways to approach investing in gold; I will lay out a few approaches to gold investing in this article.