Gold has a price, and this price fluctuates relative to other instruments of exchange, such as the dollar, euro, or Japanese yen. Gold can be bought and stored, and while it is not often used as a direct payment method for everyday use, it is highly liquid and can be converted relatively easily into cash, in almost any currency. Gold and the US dollar have always had a close relationship. In the long term, a declining dollar meant an increase in the price of gold. The Dollar and Gold Relationship PowerPoint template will make it easier to create a media presentation.