Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by ahearn, Dec 2, 2009.
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I typically use www.kitco.com/market
Any reason not to use that?
I do the same...
Same here, what's iphone? :smile
I wouldn't mind knowing that! I would love to put that in my AIM stock ticker...
If anyone knows it, please publish!
I'd like to add the spot price for gold and silver to my stock symbols on my Yahoo! home page because I wouldn't have to keep the Kitco page open.
which symbols for gold and silver should I use?
Actually I do have the Kitco app, but it would be nice to have all my index prices, stock prices, currency rates, and gold/silver prices in one place -- the built-in Stocks app. I've got it all except for silver spot.
The symbol for silver is XAUUSD=X However, XAGUSD=X looks like it might have used at a time when silver was $13, but it never updates.
Again, anybody know the Yahoo symbol for silver?
Currently ZIZ09.cbt. Traded as a futures chain the number symbol changes.
Read more: http://www.cointalk.com/t81509/#post752072#ixzz0YnD2vpkQ
I know that I can go to Apmex or Kitco and look at their web page, but I want to have just the ticker showing on my stock tracker.
Does anyone have it?
Thank you in advance.
http://www.ino.com/ It shows constant 24/hour pricing and if you look under the metals tab you can see the price of silver on all the exchanges.
This specifically for silver futures price.
Another way: http://www.monex.com/liveprices
but not for Iphone
I also use the free Kitco app on my blackberry. I think its called "Kcast". it is great. you can view gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium. As well as base metals like copper, nickel, aluminum, zinc, lead, uranium. also crude oil, and all world major indices. DJIA, NASDAQ, S&P 500, USD Index, NYSE, TSX, NIKKEI. Gold indices such as XAU, HUI, GOX, JSE Gold, Tsx Gold. Also london fix..
For gold silver Platinum and palladium, you can view Graphs such as 24H, 3day, 30day, 60day, 6months, 1year, 5year, and 10year at the touch of a button.
The app runs perfectly fast on my 2 year old blackberry pearl, I highly recomend it.
spot silver = $silver
These are the stock market symbols. If followed by EOD, that means the spot price at End Of Day
Separate names with a comma.