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Gold Price

What is the Gold Spot Price?


The gold spot price is the present price of one ounce of gold that can be bought and sold at the current time. The spot price of gold is used to determine the exact price of the gold coins or bars. The price of gold is ever-changing and adjusted according to the speculation in the market, economic strength, various international events, and many other factors like jewelry demand, investment demand, inflation, etc. 


What is a Premium in Gold Products?


The price of any given gold product is determined by the spot price of gold and its premium. Premium is the additional cost for the gold product in addition to the spot price of gold, added by dealers to cover their overhead.


Gold as an Investment


Bullion Trading LLC provides you with investing in physical gold in the form of bullion. Gold Bullion is commonly found in form of coins and bars with various choices in size and weights. These gold bullion products are distributed to us by many private and government mints from all around the world. 


Bullion Trading LLC provides you with limitless options for bullion products of bars and coins. Gold bullion is regarded as a safe haven to protect against inflation and the stock market. It helps in diversifying and stabilizing your investment portfolio.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

It is not possible to buy gold at spot price as gold bars and coins, however, it is possible to buy gold bullion as close to spot price as possible at Bullion Trading LLC. We offer gold bullion products at the lowest premiums.

Visit our live gold price to view the gold value as well as gold historical data and its fluctuations over time.

Yes, the spot price of gold is essentially the same everywhere. The only difference is the currency that gold is traded in. If you trade gold in the UK and the spot price of gold in the USA is $1100, you could convert the American Dollars into Uk’s pounds and trade gold using pounds. Note: Gold is bought for premiums over the spot price and sold for discounts on the spot price.

Gold price quoting is the spot price of gold on a gold website or a dealer’s webpage. The gold price is usually quoted for the spot price of gold per troy ounce in USD.

The spot price of gold is determined by the commodity exchanges centered in NYC, Chicago, London, Zurich, China, and Hongkong. The highest influence in the spot price of gold comes from the COMEX in the United States of America.

The bid gold price is the current highest market offer to sell to a dealer. You can expect to receive the bid price from selling gold. The ask gold price is the current minimum price for a dealer to sell in the market. You are offered gold at the given ask price when buying gold.

Gold is traded in US Dollars (USD). The live spot price on our website is in US Dollars.

Gold spot prices change every second for 24 hours a day during weekdays or market hours and halts on weekends.

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Visit our live gold price to view the gold value as well as gold historical data and its fluctuations over time.

Spot gold price is quoted as the price for 1 oz of .999 pure gold. You will be able to purchase one ounce of .999 pure gold bullion around that price with some extra premium to the dealer.

The main factors affecting gold prices are speculation in the market, economic strength, various international events, and many other factors like jewelry demand, investment demand, inflation, etc. Gold is the safe-haven asset that retains its value and doesn’t get affected by the performance of other entities. This is why many buy gold in potential economic or political instability.

While gold prices can be volatile in nature and prices are ever-changing, the same can be said for other assets as well. Gold has seen an increase in prices by 8% every year. This shows gold being a long-term investment asset and is one of the biggest reasons to invest in gold.

Gold, a commodity being traded all over the world, needs constant pricing discovery as the prices change every few seconds. Gold is traded all around the clock which allows banks, investors, or institutions to buy, sell, or trade gold.

We, Bullion Trading LLC, have a procedure to lock in the specific price on gold products once your product has been ordered. You could also visit our local store at 20 West 47th Street Lower Level #24, New York, NY 10036 to get the best prices.

The gold and silver ratio is a ratio to compare gold and silver prices with each other. Investors can compare gold and silver prices and check which one is overpriced relative to each other.

Yes, you are. This is why we offer not only online services but also local shop experience. You can visit our shop at 20 West 47th Street Lower Level #24, New York, NY 10036, and get the best bullion experience.

Yes and no. Dealers may charge a fixed profit on specific products. While the profit markups may vary according to the condition, rarity, and other factors for bullion products.

Yes, the price of gold tends to go up when the stock market goes down, however, experts have seen little to no correlation between them. This is also why investors invest to diversify their portfolios.

Gold fixing refers to the setting of the price of gold by the London Gold Fixing via a conference line.

An assay is a certificate that guarantees the purity, authenticity, metal content, and weight of the bullion product through the assay’s signature. The assay is usually a card that includes a unique serial number that matches with the one on the bullion product.

1 troy ounce is equal to 31.103 grams. A troy ounce is a little heavier than a regular ounce. Regular ounce weighs 28 grams.

Gold bullion is available in various forms, sizes, and designs. The different types of gold bullion are coins, bars, and rounds.

The spread is the difference between the asking price and the bid price. It is usually the amount of profit that the dealer makes.

The gold price chart gives the historical data for gold prices over time. The gold price chart can be useful in many ways and for any investor. Short-term investors may examine price data in small timeframes and try to devise a trend in the gold price chart in order to take advantage of it. Similarly, long-term investors may examine price data in long timeframes and devise trends accordingly and trade gold according to their preferences.


Terms & Conditions

Trading in gold and other precious metals is risky because the market is volatile. Past performance is not indicative of future returns. This is why we encourage you to read Our Terms and Conditions carefully before making purchases, selling, or placing orders with BULLIONTRADING LLC. Refer to Safety Tips from the CFTC (Commodity Future Trading Commission). These terms and conditions apply to all orders, all purchases, and all sales made through our website, telephone, or other channels.

In the event you do not fully understand the terms of this agreement, BULLIONTRADING LLC strongly encourages you to consult with your own experts. BULLION TRADING enters into transactions with customers on the reliance and belief that clients are aware of, understand, and agree to these terms.

These terms and conditions are effective as of March 11, 2022, and are binding to all new and existing customers and users.


The prices for gold, silver, platinum and palladium coins and bars keep on fluctuating because of the risk factors that cause price volatility. The risk factors include political development, war, pandemics, demand, and supply. It is important to keep this in mind when transacting with BULLIONTRADING LLC.

The Ordering Process

BULLIONTRADING LLC. Does Not speculate on the prices of precious metals. This means that we don’t make profits by buying gold when the prices are low and selling when prices go up. BULLIONTRADING LLC generates revenue through premium spreads. This is the difference between what Bullion Trading LLC pays & sells these items for.

Orders and inquiries can be made through our website, phone, or other suitable channels. Contact Us for information.


Inquiries are made by customers who are not ready to transact immediately. Customers can contact us or go online at to get current market prices. The price quote and quantity available are subject to change. They can also contact us for guidance on buying and selling bullion coins and bars. You should note that the Price Quotations you receive when inquiring are Estimates because the prices of bullion coins and bars fluctuate daily, and the number of our stock changes all the time.

For example, The U.S Mint sets premium and minimum prices for American Eagles. Prices for American Eagles are determined by the current price of gold, silver, platinum, or palladium. The mint also charges a modest premium to cater to the cost of distribution and marketing. Consequently, the price of bullion coins and bars changes daily as the markets for gold, silver, platinum, and palladium fluctuates. Refer to the United States Mint’s Charges for Authorized Dealers.


Orders are made when customers are ready to transact immediately. The prices you get when ordering bullion coins and bars from us are an accurate reflection of the current market prices. Note that once you place an order, the prices are locked and are no longer subject to market conditions.

An order is placed when you finalized negotiations with our agents and an invoice is generated, not when the payment is made. Ordering and then bailing out or canceling after an invoice is generated makes BULLIONTRADING LLC incur losses. We incur losses because when you place an order, we consider the bullion coin or bar sold and will have hedged ourselves accordingly.

Disclaimer: To protect our company from losses, BULLIONTRADING LLC has implemented a Market Loss Policy.

Market Loss Policy Explained

An order starts when you finalize the deal with our agents, not when the payment is made. We generate an invoice immediately the deal is sealed either through our website or phone. We also count the bullion coin or bar as sold and will have hedged ourselves accordingly.

Customers who place orders, have invoices generated, and then cancel thereafter make us incur losses. To protect ourselves we have implemented a market loss policy. This means that you will incur penalties for ordering, having an invoice generated, and then bailing out. Once an order is placed, prices are locked and not subject to market conditions.

The moment you place an order an invoice is generated. If you cancel, and then gold prices decline you make us incur a loss. It is your responsibility to offset this loss if your order is canceled and your funds are returned. If this happens you will pay for the loss caused by a decline in the price of gold after a sale is made plus a cancellation fee of $35.00. This is our market loss policy.

To remain transparent and protect ourselves from risk we might require credit card information from every customer even if payment will be received through a different channel. We also will ask for immediate confirmation of the amount locked in. This gives us an avenue to compensate ourselves for losses in the event a customer places an order and then fails to pay.

However, if the price of bullion coins and bars stays the same, we usually don’t enforce our market loss policy because we don’t incur losses. If the price goes down we charge a market loss fee which is equal to the amount BULLIONTRADING LLC would have lost because of the unpaid order.


Bullion Trading LLC only accepts payments in the form of bank transfers, certified checks or personal checks. The method you use to pay us is determined by the number of bullion coins and bars you are willing to buy from us as follows:

  • Orders ranging from $1,000 to $5,500 should be paid via any option listed above and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was made.
  • Orders ranging from $5,500.01 to $10,000 should be paid by bank wire, certified check, cashier’s check, money orders, or personal check, and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was made.
  • Orders ranging from $10,000.01 to $25,000 should be paid by bank wire, certified check, and must be received within 2 business days from the time the order was placed.
  • Over $25,000.01 should be paid by bank wire and must be received within 1 business day from the time the order was placed.

If Using A Credit Card You Are Agreeing To The Following Terms:

  • I understand and agree that should I dispute the credit card charge through my credit card provider, I will have breached the contract as well as committed a credit card fraud.
  • I waive any charge-back rights. In the event of a dispute, and I request for a refund it must be made through the Bullion Trading LLC Arbitration Procedure described herein under Bullion Trading LLC.
  • Dispute resolution: I understand that all sales are final. There are NO EXCHANGES or REFUNDS.
  • I cannot receive a refund from Bullion Trading LLC, nor can I request the funds from my credit card company.
  • I also agree to waive any charge-back rights in the event of a dispute.


You agree that you have sufficient experience and knowledge to make informed decisions to purchase from and/or sell to BULLION TRADING LLC. You openly acknowledge that you are making all of your decisions in connection with purchases and/or sales. BULLION TRADING LLC is not making any decision on your behalf concerning purchases and sales.

You also openly acknowledge that you are subject to a variety of risks that are beyond the control of BULLION TRADING LLC. You openly acknowledge that BULLION TRADING LLC is not liable or responsible for the risks you incur while trading with us. Those risks include, without limitation, risks associated with the price volatility of bullion coins and bars. Market conditions or other disruptions such as technical problems may make it impossible for you to liquidate bullion coins and bars bought from us. You have the freedom to liquid the coins and bars at market prices acceptable to you.


All investments involve risk – bullion coins and bars are no exception. The value of bullion coins (e.g., American Eagles or Maple Leafs) is affected by many economic factors. The current market price of bullion coins and bars is determined by perceived scarcity and other factors. Some of these factors include quality, current demand, and general market sentiment.

The price of bullion coins and bars keeps on fluctuating and this means that they are not a suitable investment for everyone. Since all investments, including bullion coins and bars, can decline in value, you should make an informed decision. It is a good idea to have adequate cash reserves and disposable income before investing in bullion coins and bars.


You shall indemnify and absolve BULLION TRADING LLC and its affiliates, directors, officers, and shareholders collectively. You agree to compensate the indemnified parties for and against any costs, damages, expenses, liabilities, and obligations. They include without limitation to reasonable attorney fees that the Indemnified Parties may incur as a result of, or in connection with:

(a) Any breach of any representation or warranty made by you to BULLION TRADING LLC or,

(b) Failure to comply with these terms and conditions or the policies adopted by BULLION TRADING LLC.


You acknowledge that you are subject to the limitations of liability contained in these terms and conditions, the disclaimer, and other policies adopted by BULLION TRADING LLC.

If you suffer indirect, punitive, or speculative damages BULLION TRADING LLC is not liable to you. Any transaction between us and you pursuant to these terms and conditions, and any liability of BULLION TRADING LLC to you shall be limited to:

(a) The amount, if any, that you paid in such transaction or,

(b) $100 compensation. We are not, in any event, liable for any indirect, punitive, or speculative damages.


BULLION TRADING LLC has adopted a Privacy Policy that is included in these terms and conditions. Our privacy policy protects your identity and credit card information.

BULLION TRADING LLC privacy policies are found in the Disclaimer, Ordering Policy, and the protection of credit card information. These terms and conditions may be updated from time to time depending on the market forces and the legal landscape.


Upon any failure by you to comply with your obligations to BULLION TRADING LLC, the company shall pursue the rights and the remedies available to us. Either by law, through equity, or otherwise. It includes without limitation rights and remedies under these terms and conditions.

Breaching our rights may make BULLION TRADING LLC turn your account over to a collection agency, or a lawyer for collection. BULLION TRADING LLC will not fail in exercising any rights or pursuing any remedies in the case we suffer losses or damages.

Note: Failure by you to comply with these terms and conditions, may make BULLION TRADING LLC charge the credit card on which you have provided. This includes without limitation any and all market losses incurred by BULLION TRADING LLC, including cancellation fees, for ordering and then canceling at the last minute. You openly authorize BULLION TRADING LLC to charge your credit card for all losses caused by you violating our ordering policy.


BULLION TRADING LLC is an authorized dealer and a professional organization. We maintain a professional relationship with all our clients. We don’t enter into relationships such as agent-principal relationships, employee-employer relationships, franchisee-franchisor relationships, joint venture relationships, and partnership relationships with our clients.


You cannot forfeit these terms and conditions, your rights, or your obligations as they apply without the prior written consent from BULLION TRADING LLC. You may be granted permission to forfeit your rights or it may be withheld by BULLION TRADING LLC at its sole discretion. These terms and conditions shall be binding to all parties that trade with BULLION TRADING LLC.


If you violate these terms and conditions BULLION TRADING LLC will take action against you. It may include without limitation, turning your account over to a collection agency, or a lawyer for collection. You shall pay all of the costs and the expenses incurred by BULLION TRADING LLC, including without limitation to reasonable attorney’s fees.


BULLION TRADING LLC maintains professional relationships with clients. This is why we make sure that any grievances are resolved expeditiously. We agree that all disagreements and disputes with our clients should be resolved in accordance with the provisions below.

Because we value the relationship with our clients, we opt for arbitration or mediation as a channel for dispute resolution instead of going straight to state/federal courts. However, if arbitration or mediation fails, we may be forced to take legal action in state/federal courts in the State of New York.


These terms and conditions are governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of New York. These terms and conditions do not take into consideration the possible violation of laws in other jurisdictions.




If BULLION TRADING LLC cannot perform any obligation hereunder as a result of any event that is beyond its control, the company shall be excused and shall not be liable for any damages as a result of, or in connection with, such delays, or such failures.


You shall sign and avail other documents, or take actions that assist BULLION TRADING LLC in enforcing the provisions of these terms and conditions.


Except as provided in these terms and conditions, all notices, and other communications to BULLION TRADING LLC shall be directed to it at 20 West 47th Street Lower Level #24, New York, NY 10036. All notices and other communications to you shall be sent by BULLION TRADING LLC, to the address that you provided to us at the time of your registration, or to the email address that you provided to us at the time of your registration.


BULLION TRADING LLC may record phone conversations between you and company agents or representatives. You consent to the recording of such phone conversations.


A decision or a failure by BULLION TRADING LLC to take action with respect to any non-compliance with these terms and conditions does not affect the ability of the company to enforce the terms and conditions with respect to other violations. Whether the violations are similar or dissimilar in nature.