Why did I feel such a need?
Even though the printed products in the market are digitally circulated, only precious metals are available in full or near full.
Silver is difficult to carry because you have to buy too much because the unit price is low.
Platinum is very difficult to find and used in industry.
Gold is both practical and has less volatile movements, even more balanced than dollars, to preserve the value of money.
Uncertainty and tensions benefit gold .
Obviously this is my own opinion and is not worth the investment advice:
If there is to be an economic crisis, it is obvious that the dollar will rise against the emerging currencies, but I expect a crisis where gold and the dollar will rise together.
The world has been on a mercantilist line more than ever!
Spot gold can be bought from goldsmiths and banks.
I think this command will benefit people everywhere but in economies that are subject to developing currencies.
Now we can look at the details:
All you have to do is load the appropriate chart and select it from the menu.
Thus, the system will adjust itself to that instrument.
MENU and Tickers :
"GOLD" : XAUUSD or GC1! or GOLD (Average error = 0.0128)
"GOLDSILVER" : XAUXAG or GOLDSILVER ( Gold Silver Ratio ) ( Average error : 0. 01 )
"GOLD CZK " : XAUUSD /USDCZK ( 1 Ounce Gold Czech Koruna) ( Average error = 0.010879 )
"GOLD NZD " : XAUUSD / USDNZD ( 1 Ounce Gold New Zealand Dollar ) (Average error = 0.010736 )
"GOLD EURO" : XAUUSD / USDEUR ( 1 Ounce Gold Euro ) ( Average error = 0.010000 )
"GOLD HUF " : XAUUSD / USDHUF ( 1 Ounce Gold Hungarian Forint ) ( Average error = 0.010000 )
"GOLD INR " : XAUUSD / USDINR (1 Ounce Gold Indian Rupee ) (Average error = 0.010458 )
"GOLD DKK" : XAUUSD / USDDKK (1 Ounce Gold Danish Krone) (Average error = 0.010671 )
"GOLD CHF" : XAUUSD / USDCHF (1 Ounce Gold Swiss Franc ) (Average error = 0.010967 )
"GOLD CNH" : XAUUSD / USDCNH (1 Ounce Gold Offshore RMB) (Average error = 0.012017 )
"GOLD MXN" : XAUUSD / USDMXN (1 Ounce Gold Mexican Peso) (Average error = 0.010000 )
"GOLD PLN" : XAUUSD / USDPLN (1 Ounce Gold Polish Zloty ) (Average error = 0.010173 )
"GOLD ZAR" : XAUUSD / USDZAR (1 Ounce Gold South African Rand (Average error = 0.010484 )
"GOLD NOK" : XAUUSD / USDNOK (1 Ounce Gold Norwegian Krone ) (Average error = 0.010842 )
"GOLD TRY" : XAUUSD / USDTRY (1 Ounce Gold Turkish Lira ) (Average error = 0.010000 )
"GOLD THB" : XAUUSD / USDTHB (1 Ounce Gold Thai Baht ) (Average error = 0.011747 )
Important note : XAUUSD /USDCUR = 1 Ounce Gold , XAUUSD/31.1*USDCUR = 1 gram Gold (CUR = Currency )
If you want to physically hold it, look gram value, because as far as I know, all goldsmiths and jewelleries in the world are selling gram gold .
I think that this command is the most useful and the concrete one that I have ever written.
I end my sentences with this anonymous proverb :
"Even if gold falls into the mud, it's still gold ! "
You can use this command for any purpose.
If you are going to modify and publish it, just give it a reference.
I would like to thank dear wroclai for his contribution.
The MIT license is therefore on behalf of both of us.
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.