According to financial advisers AWD Chase de Vere, from July 1999 to July 2011 the price of gold rose by 529pc from $253 to $1,590. But the gold price has always suffered from high levels of volatility, resulting in investors potentially making or losing huge amounts of money over some very short periods.
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