When do we expect this to integrate? Can we have categorical breakdown or detail place for precious metal, gold or silver?


I will be posting this on all of the questions about precious metals tracking. I'm a developer, not affiliated with Intuit/Mint, and I've developed a solution to this problem. I built data scraper that pulls the price data of the big four (silver, gold, platinum, palladium) from Bloomberg. It updates the prices every minute, but can be further tweaked as developers see fit.

I, like others am fed up with waiting on this feature, so I built it myself. Intuit/Mint can have it for free. I have posted my demo at and the source code is located at, I urge you Mint/Intuit developers, this is a simple feature that would not be hard to implement.

If you have any questions, please contact me at

Thank you.

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