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Gold Rate in UAE Today 

This page features a live, interactive chart for gold rate in UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi). Today's gold rate in UAE can be displayed using a candlestick or linear chart. You can also look at numerous timeframes from 5 minutes to 1 week to analyze the UAE gold rate today. 

Why Use Gold Price Charts in UAE? 

Gold price charts can be useful in several ways. For those looking to actively speculate on the gold rate in UAE, rather than invest for the long-term, price charts are an absolute necessity. Short-term traders or investors may examine gold price data on shorter timeframes, looking for areas of support to buy at and areas of resistance to sell at. Short-term traders or investors may also use charts to try to identify trends in the gold rate to try to take advantage of them. 

Long-term investors can also make effective use of gold price charts in the UAE. A long-term gold buyer may not be interested in a 10 minute or hourly timeframe, but longer timeframes such as daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly charts. Like the short-term trader, long-term gold investors may use charts to try to identify trends in the price of gold in UAE, or they may try to spot potential areas of price support to buy at. 

How to buy Gold in UAE? 

Gold's attractiveness has made it a tempting asset for those seeking diversification and the spreading of their risk. There are many ways to buy gold in UAE, both for decoration and as an investment. 

Depending on your holding period, risk-appetite, and available funds there are several types of gold assets available for you to invest in: 

Where to Buy Gold in UAE? 

You can buy gold bars from dealers, individuals, or online from gold bullion websites. And keep in mind that you may be on the hook for delivery fees—plus insurance—to assure the safe transport of your bullion. 

You can buy gold coins through dealers, pawnshops, and individual sellers that you trust. If you choose to buy your gold coins online, make sure to go through a dealer listed in the Mint’s database. Whether you buy your gold coins in-person or online, you don’t want to waste money on forgeries or gold that’s less pure than you’re led to believe. 

As with coins, you’ll want to be extra careful when buying gold jewelry. You might start with jewelers who are members of the Jewelers of UAE and have signed a code of professional conduct requiring them to be honest and forthcoming about the nature of their pieces. 

How to Speculate on Today’s Gold Price in UAE? 

Gold trading is a method of speculating on the price of gold in UAE via spot prices, futures, options, shares, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Trading via CFDs means you don’t have to take ownership or delivery of the commodity. 

CFDs are leveraged products, which means you can gain full exposure to the gold rate in UAE for a small deposit – called margin. This isn’t an extra cost to you, but it can make a big difference to the affordability of your trade. Remember, leverage will magnify both profits and losses. 

What moves gold price in UAE? 

Unlike almost any other asset, gold is typically neither safety nor a risk asset, though the popular financial media have often called it both over the years (depending on how gold has been performing in recent months). Instead, it’s a currency hedge for which demand rises when there are concerns about inflation diluting the purchasing power of fiat currencies (particularly those most widely held, like the USD and EUR). 

Is the gold rate in Dubai the same as the gold rate in Abu Dhabi?

The gold price or gold rate displayed in the live chart is the official gold spot price offered by CAPEX for trading via CFDs and comes from tier-1 liquidity providers from all over the world. The gold rate in Dubai and the Gold rate in Abu-Dhabi are one of the same. 

Browse our live chart to get all the information you need on the UAE gold rate today 

Gold is a lustrous precious metal with many unique properties. It is attractive in colour and brightness, highly malleable, durable, and usually found in nature in a pure form. Appreciated far beyond its industrial usage, gold is one of the most widely traded metal commodities. 

Gold has a lower correlation to many asset classes, making it a widely used tool for diversification. Over the decades, the metal has attracted international investors keen to balance their portfolio and hedge against any financial uncertainty, inflation, deflation, or currency devaluation. Compared to other precious metals used for investment, gold has the most effective safe haven properties across several countries. 

According to the historical gold price chart, the commodity hit an all-time high of $1,895 per ounce on September 5, 2011. 

With live gold charts you can trace the historical value of the precious metal over the years. 

The gold market is subject to speculation and volatility as any other market. The demand for jewelry is constant. However, economic downturns may lead to some temporary reductions in demand from this industry. 

On the other hand, demand from investors, including central banks, tends to inversely track with economic and market sentiment. For example, during times of economic turbulence, investors often buy gold and based on the rising demand, boost its price higher. 

When investing in gold, it is crucial to conduct fundamental analysis, studying various international economic indicators, such as GDP growth rates, interest rates, inflation, productivity, and energy prices.  

With CAPEX WebTrader’s comprehensive live charts you can stay up to date with the latest changes in the gold rate in UAE from your mobile and browser.