Gold prices have fallen dramatically since the election of Donald Trump.
Gold prices have plummeted over the past two weeks.
The average daily gold price of $1,500 an ounce fell below $1.20 an ounce during the week of November 30, according to the Gold ETF Watch website.
Prices have also fallen below the level where they were at during the financial crisis of 2008, when the average daily price was $2,800.
The price of gold has continued to decline, falling to a record low of $4,700 an ounce in early November, according a Reuters report.
Since Trump’s victory in the election, gold prices have dropped in the two-week period.
In late November, the price of a troy ounce of gold fell to $1.,837 an ounce.
And on Friday, gold futures for gold rose more than 9 percent.
On Friday, the U,S.
dollar was trading at $1 = 104.45 cents.
A year ago, gold was trading around $2 per ounce, with an average daily selling price of about $3,000.
At the time of the 2008 crisis, the average price of troy gold was $4.60 per ounce.