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Gold Rate Today: With Valentine’s Day approaching, Check the Latest Gold Rate

In India, a gram of 22-karat gold now costs Rs 5,795, while a gram of 24-karat gold costs Rs 6,322.

Gold Rate Today: Gold and stock investments are growing daily as a result of young people becoming more and more aware of the importance of being self-sufficient. Furthermore, considering the recent marginal decline in the price of gold and silver, this could be an excellent opportunity to buy decorations made of these priceless metals. From ancient times till the present, gold has been the most widely utilised form of money worldwide. Because gold has a minimal correlation to other asset classes, investors primarily buy it as a hedge against inflation and political unrest. The demand of precious metals seems to be likely increased just ahead of the beginning of the valentine week, when young people are preferring to buy gold items to gift it to their partners.

Which gold investment is best for your portfolio?

Your resources and investing objectives will determine which gold investment is best for your portfolio. Larger investors seeking direct exposure might choose to purchase gold bullion, but doing so comes with a premium and storage expenses. Low-cost exposure can be obtained with small minimum investments through gold-tracking mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Before purchasing these shares, you should conduct research, though, as different funds have different expense ratios and investment strategies. Although these equities don’t always closely follow the long-term performance of gold, investing in gold mining companies can offer an additional way to gain exposure to the metal. And last, although it is less likely to yield investment gains, purchasing jewellery can be a fulfilling way to own gold.

Gold Rate Today: Checkout the rates on MCX

Gold futures with a February 5, 2024 maturity date were trading at Rs 62166 per 10 grams on the MCX, is down with 0.63 percent. Silver futures, which expire on March 5, 2024 is facing loss with 1.15 percent and were trading at Rs 70392 per kg on the MCX.

Price of gold in some major cities

Name of citiesPrices of 22k gold in rupees

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