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Source: Visualizing Economics


Earlier this year, we discussed the Lessons Learned from the Fall of Gold. That surprisingly generated some controversy despite the near 40% collapse from its 2011 peak.


Rather than spill a lot of ink onto the page, I wanted to direct your attention to the following graphic from Catherine Mulbrandon of Visualizing Economics. It is the real price of Gold, adjusted for inflation.


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2 Responses to “Real Price of Gold Since 1791”

  1. kcarver says:

    I like this chart for real price of gold because it shows the recent peaks.

  2. NoKidding says: