Below you can see the platinum price per gram chart. The chart shows the platinum price per gram in GBP. You can change the currency in the dropdown options, below.
Platinum Price Per Gram
Use our platinum price per gram chart to track trends and changes in the platinum price.
If you would like to view a chart for the platinum price in USD, EUR or AUD, or even wish to change the time period of the chart then you can select your preferred metrics from the dropdowns, above the chart.
Platinum investment is one of the four main drivers of platinum demand. If you are planning to invest in platinum coins or bars and would like to see how the platinum price per gram has changed in the last day, month, year or even decade then you can use our charts to do so.
Many people choose to invest in platinum because they recognise that its rarity combined with industrial applications makes it a worthwhile investment. It has been shown to have some safe haven qualities, however it is not considered to be a monetary metal to the same extent gold and silver bullion are.
When looking at the platinum price per gram consider the four main drivers of demand:
Demand from the automotive industry
Demand from industry
Demand from the jewelry industry
Demand from investors, particularly ETFs
The platinum price gram is determined by both the demand for and supply of platinum. Platinum is one of the world’s rarest metals. In fact it is so rare that there is more of it on the moon and in meteorites than there is in the earth’s crust! There is 30 times less platinum than there is gold. Certainly food for thought for someone looking at adding platinum to their precious metals portfolio.
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