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[Dunia] Harga emas dijangka akan turun dan terus turun hingga hujung 2014!

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Post on 25-4-2013 09:57 AM |All posts
xde update terkini ke?
dok tahu nok tulih menda sini...
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Post on 25-4-2013 10:00 AM |All posts

semalam saya tanya emas sri pinang kajang rm155/gram. kenapa mahal lagi?
kau...
kau selalu tetap tinggal dihatiku...
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Post on 25-4-2013 10:09 AM |All posts
rata2  rm 145.. kene mtk kurg la..pndi la bodek
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Post on 25-4-2013 10:53 AM |All posts
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

Gold Underpinned by Physical Demand
by Peter A. Grant
Apr 24, AM

Gold has retraced yesterday's losses, pushing briefly back within striking distance of Monday's high at 1439.00. Strong physical interest continues to underpin the market, which is apparently making some of the speculative sellers of gold nervous.

It was widely reported yesterday that Goldman Sachs got stopped out their short position in COMEX gold futures on the rebound above $1400. You may recall that that Goldman revised their gold forecast down two weeks ago, which may have contributed to the sell-off in the paper market.

Durable good orders for March missed badly, providing the latest indication that the U.S. economy is not recovering in a manner that many had hoped for. Durable goods orders tumbled -5.7% in March, well below market expectations of -3.0%. The February print was revised lower as well from +5.7% to +4.3%.

Much of the selling pressure seen in gold earlier in the year was attributable to allocation shifts out of safe havens and into equities based on some expectation that the economy was on the mend. That is simply not being born out by the data. If the stock market starts to suffer as a result of this reality, those same investors that were ditching their gold ETFs to pile back into shares, might just start reversing those trades.

Additionally, if the data continues to disappoint, those convinced that the Fed would start removing accommodations sooner rather than later may have to rethink their positions. It has been my position that the Fed isn't going to start tightening until sometime in 2015. Basically, I'm inclined to at a minimum believe Bernanke, who has repeatedly said they will continue with ZIRP and QE until the jobless rate falls to 6.5% or inflation rises to 2.5%. Neither is going to happen any time soon.
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Post on 25-4-2013 06:41 PM |All posts
kahmadz posted on 25-4-2013 10:53 AM
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

Gold Underpinned by Physical Demand

maksudnya harga emas makin naikker..nak beli ker tak ni

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Post on 25-4-2013 06:58 PM |All posts
tengok dari website emas..harini dah naik banyak juga berbanding semalam...TT astenuk@penjejakawan@mamaque@mamakku tak nak komenker
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Post on 25-4-2013 07:44 PM |All posts
sayawifenikmie posted on 24-4-2013 11:46 PM
.. ooo ... akak deal ngan simon ... dia dtg hantar kat bangi ... akakbeli yang solid pure gold ...

tuh dia aihhh.....hahaha...utk investment bgus la..
saya bli nk pakai je...tapi jarang pakai...lbh kpd dok simpan je la...
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Post on 25-4-2013 11:03 PM |All posts
juliajie80 posted on 25-4-2013 07:44 PM
tuh dia aihhh.....hahaha...utk investment bgus la..
saya bli nk pakai je...tapi jarang pakai...lb ...


tu la  pasaiii .. kononnya investment .. investmentapa nya .. rugi ada laaaa

kak lidpun.. klau beli barang ekmas .. kasi emak yang pakai .. takgemar barang kemas , cukupd eganja, yang cantikd an sebentuk cincin yang simpel ....



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Post on 25-4-2013 11:12 PM |All posts
...emasssss emassss .. pi beli emassss .. hehe

dah ula naikbalik ek? tunggu je ..pasti turun balik....
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Post on 26-4-2013 05:18 PM |All posts
sayawifenikmie posted on 25-4-2013 11:12 PM
...emasssss emassss .. pi beli emassss .. hehe

dah ula naikbalik ek? tunggu je ..pasti turun bali ...

haaa..dah naek balik...

hajat nk menambah agak terbantut la plak...
tp rasanya makin naek kot..


nampak ke ceciri nak turun smula?
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Post on 26-4-2013 09:36 PM |All posts
Laporan harian pasaran emas

Gold Has Retraced More Than Half of Price Swoon
by Peter A. Grant
Apr 25, AM

Gold pushed to new 8-day highs and more than half of the big price swoon has already been retraced. As paper selling initially overwhelmed the much smaller physical market nearly two-weeks ago, now it is demand in that smaller physical market that is overwhelming the paper market.

A retreat in the dollar is helping to underpin the yellow metal amid heightened concern that the U.S. economy may once again suffer during the transition from spring into summer, as it has for the past several years. This may prompt those on the FOMC advocating for a phased withdrawal of accommodations to rethink that positions.

Sterling strength has contributed to pressure on the dollar. The UK preliminarily reported that GDP grew 0.3% in Q1. Now that's still a pretty crummy number, but it beat expectations of +0.1%, and most importantly prevented the UK from slipping into an "official" recession...at least until the revisions come.

Rasmussen released a poll today that showed 54% of respondents believed the US is currently in recession. I would wager that a poll of UK citizens would yield a higher number than that. Nonetheless, expectations that the BoE is on the verge of increased QE have been tempered somewhat.

However, the miniscule UK GDP beat notwithstanding, evidence is mounting that economic activity in the industrialized nations is slowing. Spain reported another new record high jobless rate of 27.2% today. The number of unemployed persons in Spain is now in excess of six-million. It's looking increasingly like the ECB will cut rates by 25 bp, perhaps as soon as next week.

The age of super-easy monetary policy and extraordinary accommodations is alive and well. Given that reality, emerging central banks are likely to continue buying gold as means to reduce exposure to the devaluing currencies of the west.
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Post on 29-4-2013 09:43 AM |All posts
semalam tengok kat habib ioi mall 152/gram..huhuhu
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Post on 29-4-2013 09:50 AM |All posts
rasenye mcm makin naik makin naik je..rugi x beli 2 minggu lepas...uwaaaaaa
Today I Do,
Tomorrow I Will
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Post on 29-4-2013 09:56 AM |All posts
last week tgk 165.. naik lak
Aduh!! Besar gemuk-gemuknya TIMUN... :P
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Post on 29-4-2013 09:58 AM |All posts
alfida posted on 25-4-2013 06:41 PM
maksudnya harga emas makin naikker..nak beli ker tak ni

beli emas pelaburan then simpan...

hati adalah cermin
tpt dosa & pahala berpadu
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Post on 30-4-2013 05:07 PM |All posts
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

Gold Firms Ahead of Central Bank Meetings
by Peter A. Grant
Apr 29, AM

Gold begins the week on pretty firm footing, having retraced much of Friday's intraday retreat. The dominant story in the market continues to be the strong physical demand for gold that emerged as a result of the mid-month sell-off in the paper market.

A weaker dollar is helping to underpin the gold market. The greenback has been pressured by a stronger euro after Italy successfully formed a new government over the weekend. The ECB meets this week and a recent worsening of the economic data have increased the likelihood of a 25bp rate cut.

The Bank of Japan said reiterated its plan on Friday to "conduct money market operations so that the monetary base will increase at an annual pace of about 60-70 trillion yen." However, the market seems to have been hoping for more than the already stated plan to double the monetary base in two-years. The yen rallied, leaving the important 100.00 level against the dollar well protected.

The Fed also meets this week and will announce policy on Wednesday. With the economy continuing to languish, the FOMC is widely expected to hold rates steady near 0% and continue buying $85 bln a month in assets. In light of the recent soft data and hints of deflationary pressures, talk of phased withdrawals of accommodations has diminished in recent weeks.
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Post on 30-4-2013 05:11 PM |All posts
sayawifenikmie posted on 25-4-2013 11:12 PM
...emasssss emassss .. pi beli emassss .. hehe

dah ula naikbalik ek? tunggu je ..pasti turun bali ...

mcm mana tak naik, acik-acik main serbu taram emas kat kedai Ah Leong, Ah Seng, Hj Wahab Fakih, A.R Ramasamy................dsn lain-lain
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Post on 2-5-2013 12:56 PM |All posts
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

174 tan emas dijual pada April - Reuters

Broad Retreat in Gold, Stocks and Commodities Ahead of Fed
by Peter A. Grant
May 01, AM

Gold heads into today's Fed decision on the defensive. While the FOMC is widely expected to hold pat, today's ADP employment survey miss has heightened the downside risk for the April employment report on Friday.

Mounting worries that the U.S. economy is sputtering once again and the employment picture is dimming are pressuring stocks and commodities. The dollar, which fell to new three-month lows overseas has rebounded as investors rotate out of shares and into cash.

The ADP employment survey came in at +119k in Apr, well below expectations of 160k, versus a negative revised 131k in Mar (from 158k). Median expectations for April nonfarm payrolls was about +160k, but the whispers of a possible downside miss are now rampant. TrimTabs Investment Research for example estimates that the U.S. economy added a mere 67,000 jobs in April.

Given the preponderance of recent data, those calling for a phased withdrawal of Fed accommodations appear to have been silenced. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to hear a more subdued characterization of both the economic outlook and labor market conditions from the FOMC today.

With deflationary pressures seemingly mounting as well, and the ECB perhaps poised to ease, I would argue that heightened accommodations are actually more likely than removal of accommodations. Many believe that the deteriorating economic conditions in the eurozone will prompt the ECB to ease by 25 bps, perhaps as soon as tomorrow.

With the ECB considering an ease, the BoJ already in hyper-accommodative mode, it strikes me as unlikely that the Fed is going to tighten any time soon. Fed chairman Bernanke has said as much on may occasions, but the market has seemed more inclined to fret over the musings of a couple of regional Fed presidents.

The bounce in the dollar is weighing on gold, but I think the market remains particularly concerned about the magnitude of the recent redemptions in various ETPs. Reuters reported this morning that a whopping 174 metric tonnes came out of the paper market in April. Some of that is attributable to reallocation to stocks, but some is clearly associated with getting out of paper and into the real thing.

While demand for physical ebbed this week as prices stabilized below $1500, U.S. Mint data for April is reflective of just how strong demand has been. Mint sales surged to 209,500 ounces in April, a startling 238% increase over the 62,000 ounces sold in March. It was the highest monthly sales total since December 2009.

The press is also replete with stories about gold sellers across Asia and the Middle East whose display cases have been denuded by absolutely voracious demand. My sense is that there is still quite an appetite for physical out there, likely to be reignited by lower prices.

There were a number of holiday closures across a number of Asian financial centers today, which likely impacted demand. Some European markets are closed for May Day/Labour Day holidays as well.
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Post on 2-5-2013 05:44 PM |All posts
Aku baru beli semlm...rm145/g kat tmpt aku ni...ramai gle org kat kedai tu...dh la aku tgh pantg 2mggu...gigih gak nk pegi...huhu...tp xpki pun...beli pastu simpan...nmpk tua lak klu pki....
ko dah kenapa?
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Post on 15-5-2013 05:57 PM |All posts
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

Gold Retreats on Ongoing Talk of Fed Tapering
by Peter A. Grant
May 14, AM

Gold is easier today amid ongoing talk of the phased withdrawal of Fed accommodations. New signs of deflationary pressures and persistent firmness in the dollar are also weighing on the yellow metal.

Philly Fed hawk Charles Plosser said today that the central bank was risking its credibility if it fails to taper accommodations in light of recent improvements in the labor market. Plosser thinks this should happen as quickly as the June FOMC meeting. However, he hedged by saying further easing may also be necessary if inflation expectations fall.

U.S. import and export prices obliged today, falling 0.5% and 0.7% respectively in April. Both were below expectations. Deflationary pressures on one hand diminish the appeal of gold as an inflation hedge. However, on the other hand, deflation is going to force the Fed to push all that much harder in its battle to create inflation, increasing the likelihood that they will overshoot their target.

The dollar index set a new high for the year today at 83.59, within striking distance of three-year highs at 84.10. The greenback is being boosted by a softer euro and continued weakness in the yen.

USD-JPY cleared the 102.00 level this week, putting the rate at levels not seen since September 2008. The yen came under further pressure today on talk from BoJ watchers that PM Abe was likely to announce the second phase of his aggressive growth agenda, perhaps as soon as Friday.

Apparently a doubling of the monetary base over the next two-years just wasn't going to be sufficient to end decades of deflation and reinvigorate the moribund Japanese economy. There's another shoe to drop in Japan. While widely anticipated to focus on tax cuts, deregulation and investment policy, given the aggressiveness of the Abe government and the Kuroda BoJ, markets remain wary.
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Post on 16-5-2013 03:52 PM |All posts
Laporan Harian Pasaran Emas

Gold Slides Back Below $1400 as Dollar and Stocks Shrug-off Weak Data
by Peter A. Grant
May 15, AM

Gold has fallen back below the $1400 level as both the dollar and stocks shrugged off the latest weak economic data. The dollar index is engaged in a test of last July's high at 84.10. Penetration would put the greenback at new three-year highs.

Both the DJIA and the S&P 500 pressed on to new record highs in early trading, despite a decline in industrial production in April and a surprise drop into negative territory for the Empire State Index. Both data points were well below market expectations and are indicative of persistent sluggishness in the economy.

Additionally, PPI registered a second consecutive monthly decline in April, dropping 0.7%. This is just the latest indication of deflationary pressures, coming on the heals of yesterday's reported drops in both April import and export prices.

While the absence of inflationary pressures diminishes the appeal of gold as a hedge against price risks, deflationary pressures increase the likelihood that global central banks will push back all the harder in their efforts to manufacture the inflation they so desperately desire. The velocity of money is a funny thing though, if the inflation dam finally breaks, the central banks may get far more than they bargained for. Certainly the prospects for the Fed starting to scale back accommodations would have to be considered lower in light of today's data.

In the meantime, remember that gold has historically proven to be an effective hedge against systemic risks and deflation as well. Just look at the yellow metal's performance during the Great Depression of the 1930s and the more recent Great Recession of 2007 through 2009.

There seems to be this growing perception that the U.S. economy is improving, which is weighing on gold's more general safe-haven appeal. While there have been some bright spots on the jobs and housing fronts of late, the broader data simply don't bear out the notion that the economy is finally reaching 'escape velocity.'

All I can deduce then is that the perception is being driven primarily by the gains in the stock market. Assuming that all must be well simply because stocks are on the rise is ill-advised, as evidenced by the fact that the DJIA last peaked in October 2007 at 14,198, right before all hell broke loose.

Risk appetite too is a funny thing: Here today, gone tomorrow. In pushing investors out along the risk curve, the Fed is toying once again with peoples' financial futures. Particularly those at or near retirement, who would traditionally be invested largely in the (perceived) safety of fixed income products.

However, the near-zero yields of such products prompted Bill Gross of bond giant PIMCO to say, "Never have investors reached so high in price for so low a return. Never have investors stooped so low for so much risk." Given that reality, older investors and pension funds are jumping back into the stock market with both feet. What could possibly go wrong?

The plunge in stocks during the financial crisis is still very fresh in investors minds, it strikes me that they would be very unlikely to ride out another 50%+ decline in shares. That may in fact lead to a more precipitous drop in stocks if those investors become concerned about the sustainability of their gains and start moving to the sidelines.

Maintaining your hedges may now be more important than ever. In fact, the lower price of gold could be viewed as an opportunity to either begin building those hedges, or bolster your existing hedges.
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Post on 16-5-2013 04:11 PM |All posts

Bape harga hari nie??

Any one please.....
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Post on 16-5-2013 04:36 PM |All posts
mdmyana posted on 16-5-2013 04:11 PM
Bape harga hari nie??

Any one please.....

iols baru risik kt kedai cina biasa dia ckp rm 145 kalu beli cash...utang mahal lg kot..

kt habib rm 160.. yg ni aku rase lebih kurang sama poh kong, tomei sume tu
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Post on 16-5-2013 04:38 PM |All posts
mdmyana posted on 16-5-2013 04:11 PM
Bape harga hari nie??

Any one please.....

mdmyana,
Maybank Gold investment Account RM137.95/gram;
KFH Gold investment account-i RM141.01/gram;
PAMP Suisse 1gram gold Bar Lady Fortuna RM181.46.

harga di kedai kena pegi melawat kedai le nampaknya..


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Post on 16-5-2013 04:56 PM |All posts
tgk kat fb. kat gold 916. dia update hari nie emas harga RM 139/gram
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