It can be useful to know the historical value of silver for a number of reasons. Firstly, it allows you to track the value of your silver over time. Knowing the price of the silver the day you add some to your collection is obviously important, but knowing how that has changed over time is clearly MORE important. After all, return on investment is what it's all about! So, how can you keep track of the historical price of silver? Well, there's a lot of charts available online but they are usually non-interactive graphs which make it a bit difficult to work out exactly what the price of silver was on a given day. What's more, they usually group the data by weeks or months which means you don't get the precision required.
So, is there a better solution? Well, it turns out there is. What if I told you there was a free Excel spreadsheet that would allow you to set a start date and and end date and then would display the silver prices across that date range in both a table of data and a graph? What if I told you it would update itself every day with the latest prices? And what if I told you it was free? Well, you'd probably not react at all, because none of that is particularly amazing. But, regardless, there is a completely free Excel spreadsheet that allows you to track the historical price of silver bullion, and you can download it now and start using it right away.
All you need to do is is head over to the Australian Coin Collecting Blog and you'll find the spreadsheet available for download there. It really couldn't be any easier!
Page last modified: February 20, 2015