Comment: You do notice that Kitco data

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You do notice that Kitco data

You do notice that Kitco data is for the "BID" price, not the last trade? So for just a minute or two, as is common at the first few minutes of open or few minutes before close, those were the bid prices. Same can happen with ASK price. This does not mean that any trades actually went through at those prices. Such is the pitfall of using data services from those whose primary objective is to sell metals. Generally its desirable to have quote/chart prices in "last trade price" instead of "bid price" or "ask price" as bid and ask do not mean there was an actual trade at those prices.

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