Brits who want to put their wealth in a safe haven like gold ahead of the Brexit vote will find themselves paying the highest amount in almost three years.
Gold priced in sterling has soared 8.5 percent this month and touched as high as 912.99 pounds ($1,288.78) Tuesday with the U.K. fast approaching a referendum on whether it will leave the European Union. Gold is becoming more and more expensive as the pound dropped to a two-month low. With a lot of concern about the Brexit the pound is going to be one of the riskiest trades to make.
Gold is currently at its highest price since August 2013.