Rabu, 9 November 2011


Assalamualaikum warahmatullah....

Sudah berabad rsenye x update blog. Kemarau idea utk menulis mengenai Dinar Emas, Islam & Kehidupan... Namun begitu Alhamdulillah syukur pada Allah Taala, genap bulan Oktober 2011, cukup haul 1 tahun kenal & simpan emas. Saya dapat merasai perubahan penurunan nilai matawang kertas dgn sgt2 mendalam. Naik & turun harga komoditi emas dan perak spnjg satu tahun ini sudah cukup untuk mengatakan TIDAK pada simpanan wang kertas...

Saya masih igt bagaimana memulakan journey mnjadi dealer Public Gold, bermula slps hri Raya Aidilfitri tahun lepas. Pembelian sebanyak RM 20,000 sebagai modal permulaan. Ingat lagi rasa bimbang bila simpan "cash" RM 20,000 dalam almari utk beberapa hri sebelum pembelian. Berdebar, termimpi2, gusar, tidur x lena, mandi x basah semuanya kerana "cash" dan emas. Pembelian pertama dan terbesar saya bukan lah pada masa yg tepat memandangkan hrga komoditi naik dan turun. Saya membelinya tatkala harga agak tinggi "utk waktu itu". 1 Dinar pada masa itu RM 632, kemudian beberapa bulan hrga pernah trun sehingga RM 612...itulah harga terendah sepanjang penglibatan saya dalam dunia emas ini...

Sekarang? Anda boleh lihat sendiri perubahan harga yg mendadak...pernah mencapai RM 830 +/- utk 1 Dinar...huhu.. Walaubagaimanapun, saya x mendesak anda utk buat keputusan utk membeli emas. "The decision is yours" :)

Lama sgt saya x update blog ni, bukan kerana pencen dri dunia emas, tapi saya telah beralih ke akaun FB utk memudahkan urusan jual/beli emas. Di sini : nama diberi menjual secara online produk2 dinar dan dirham xlupa juga emas jongkong, perak jongkong dan syiling perak.

Lokasi: UIAM Gombak / Semenyih
PosLaju: Untuk luar kawasan berserta caj RM 8 untuk kos2 pengeposan ;)

Jumaat, 8 April 2011

Gold Breaks New Record High

Elizabeth Kraus

Against all odds, gold is back, with a striking distance of its all-time high at 1447.40, underpinned by fresh 38-year highs in silver, and driven primarily by ongoing tensions in the Middle East and North Africa, and the marked rise in energy prices that’s putting upward pressure on inflation expectations, which in turn is putting pressure on central banks to tighten policy, which is creating the value of all time high in the metals. It is there once again, avoiding our pockets from being completely picked, so that a portion of our wealth is saved in something other than the dollar. The traditional alternative has been to fiat currency based savings now is turning back to physical gold—breaking the barriers of all time highs.But while Gold is shining brighter than in any prior history before, silver is coming out from behind its coat tail more vividly and stronger than expected! It seems, that in our current financial crisis, where there is a profound and very powerful advantage being an industrial commodity, the mainstream has forgotten about silver, the shinny little coinages jingling in our pockets, now yielding as a higher monetary metal. The new generation, and possibly even some of us, has only a fleeting association between silver and its value. However, in the face of declining dollar values, and as the supply/demand characteristics of silver, that has become more widely understood, more and more are beginning to discover, just how one can’t go wrong with silver rounds, silver eagles, or silver metals period.

It’s been a long time since gold and silver were taken seriously by institutions as potential allocations. Of course, you will still see the lazy, push-button mentality of Stock Bug fund managers on a daily basis if you watch the business channels. When the discussion devolves to quibbling over “price points” and EBITDA in a given “space” and a haughty dismissiveness at the mention of gold, you probably shouldn’t expect any stunning insights. But, today’s talking heads are seeing the reality, and are indicating that things are changing. Silver as money rather than an industrial metal! Institutional shifting away from fixed income assets! It’s almost as if people were starting to understand that when a fixed income asset generates no income and then turns out to be worthless…the only investment is gold and silver.

Everyone loves an optimist – but while the world has been ignoring the monetary value of silver; it should be noted, that silver prices are artificially low due to a large concentrated naked short position. (Naked short selling scam is in the trillions of dollars, making it by far the biggest financial fraud in history.) So, it’s no coincidence that the day silver reached its multi-decade high of over $21 per ounce in March of 2008, was the same day Bear Stearns failed. Bear Stearns was a holder of a massive short position in silver. This was likely a naked short position because there is nobody in the world who owns such a large amount of silver for Bear Stearns to have borrowed.

After doing a bit of research, looking into the reasons why the Federal Reserve was so eager to orchestrate a bailout of Bear Stearns, is because Bear Stearns was on the verge of being forced to cover their silver short position (short position meaning you are speculating market will go down and they will make money.) Because the silver market is so small and tightly held, if Bear Stearns was forced to cover their short position, silver prices could’ve potentially rose to $50 per ounce or higher overnight. For those who originally had predicted that it would, and it didn’t, exemplifies, the world would’ve seen how economically unstable our country is, and confidence in the U.S. dollar would’ve rapidly deteriorated. JP Morgan knew this, and still holds the silver short position from the Bear Stearns. The concentrated naked short position in silver today is the largest short position in the history of all commodities, as a percentage of its market size. Eventually, JP Morgan will need to cover this short position or it could jeopardize their existence. According to Regal Assets there is no doubt that JP Morgan is going to have to cover their silver shorts which could cause silver could rise as much as $50.00 an ounce overnight”.

The best evidence that the short position in silver is naked and not backed by real silver, is the differential between what silver trades for on the Comex and what real people are willing to pay for physical silver on eBay. Every hour on eBay, there are dozens of one ounce silver coins selling for approximately $35. With so much demand for physical silver, we doubt the silver shorts in the paper market will be able to manipulate prices downward for much longer. A major short squeeze could be right around the corner and silver could take off in a way that shocks even those who are most bullish.

And according to HSBC, the world’s largest bullion dealer [in both gold and silver] confirms that silver’s role as a monetary metal is gathering the most momentum, particularly in emerging economies. They say that the macro economic trends from emerging markets are positive for both gold and silver. They put the growing Chinese middle classes [now well over 400 million people of the 1.3 billion Chinese citizens] as fueling an “explosive” growth in demand for silver as a hedge against fast rising inflation.
The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world’s largest bank by market value, agrees this. I.C.B.C. sold 13 tonnes [418,000 ounces] of physical silver to Chinese citizens in January, alone, compared with 32.97 tonnes [1.06 million ounces] for the whole of 2010. We have seen China turn from an exporter of silver to a huge importer in the last three years. And that’s just the start! China was a net importer of over 3,110.42 tonnes [100 million ounces] of silver last year, whereas while it was selling ‘official’ holdings of silver only a few years ago it was exporting an equal amount annually. China’s ravenous new demand for silver as a store of value in inflationary times is growing exponentially. This is illustrated by the fact that silver imports last year increased four-fold over 2009.

In 2011 we are seeing prices far above those imagined three or four years ago. But then the world is facing far more uncertainty and instability that was ever imagined then too. The decay of currencies’ abilities to measure value has been increasing over that time too, making the soaring prices of silver and gold to become more than plausible. Indeed a strange feature of the silver price has been it moves with gold as though tied with a piece of elastic string to the gold price, rising higher or correcting at each move. “But, Silver will rise to $60 an ounce in the next three years, while gold will climb to $2,000 an ounce,” according to Aaron Smith, managing director of Superfund Financial (Hong Kong) Ltd. and Superfund USA Inc. Smith correctly predicted record copper prices in November and a month later rightly anticipated that silver would outperform gold. American Precious Metals Exchange, one of the largest U.S. gold and silver dealers, said yesterday its sales may double this year. Sales of items including 1-ounce gold coins and 10- ounce silver are “on pace” to reach as high as 15 million units for the year, Chief Executive Officer Michael Haynes said. The dealer shipped 7.5 million items last year.


Isnin, 4 April 2011

Antara Euro Dan Dolar AS: Dunia Menunggu Dinar Emas Yang Lebih Stabil

Oleh Profesor Dr. Zuhaimy Hj Ismail

Unit Penyelidikan Dinar Dirham, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Dolar Amerika Syarikat (AS) terkenal sebagai matawang dunia yang paling banyak digunakan dalam perdagangan antarabangsa dan menjadi sandaran kepada banyak matawang negara-negara di dunia ini. Dolar Euro dilahirkan dan digunakan sebagai matawang rasmi oleh 12 buah negara Eropah iaitu Austria, Belgia, Finland, Prancis, Jerman, Yunani, Ireland, Itali, Luxemburg, Belanda, Portugal, dan Spanyol dengan jumlah penduduk hampir 300 juta orang. Adalah dijangkakan dolar Euro yang mula diperkenalkan dalam tahun 1999, dan digunakan dengan rasminya pada 2 Januari 2002 dapat menyaingi dolar AS dan Yen Jepun. Walau bagaimanapun pada hari pelancaran dolar Euro, kadar pertukaranya hanyalah pada kadar 1 dolar Euro bersamaan 0.8934 dolar AS.

Ahad, 20 Mac 2011

Siapa Menentukan Harga Emas?

Zuhaimy Hj Ismail
DdRG, UTM Skudai

Hampir setiap hari dalam penghidupan ini, kita berhadapan dengan konsep ‘harga’. Harga sekilo ikan kembung, harga kereta Proton Wira dan harga minyak masak di pasaraya. Pernahkah kita bertanya apa itu sebenarnya harga? Sejarah awal manusia menunjukkan mereka saling memerlukan pertukaran barangan dan perkhidmatan. Mereka melakukan pertukaran dan perdagangan dengan meletakkan sesuatu nilai kepada ‘logam kuning’ yang dikenali sebagai emas yang boleh ditukar dengan pakaian dan makanan. Mereka menggunakan suatu komoditi asas sebagai benda bernilai dan membuat pertukaran barangan dan perkhidmatan dengannya dan dari sinilah bermulanya konsep harga.

Khamis, 17 Mac 2011

What really affects gold and silver prices - and what does not

It has become a media tradition for moves in the gold price to be related to some political event or a civil war or a major tragedy such as the earthquake in Japan, when the events should actually have a negligible effect on those markets. We find it unfortunate that this happens because it is misleading. For instance, we were informed by the media yesterday that the gold price had risen in the dollar, because of Japan's earthquake and tsunami. In fact it was almost entirely accounted for by the fall in the dollar against the euro. The gold price shows its market movements most clearly in the euro, not in the U.S. dollar. A glance across the euro gold price of the last week reinforces that statement, whereas the gold price in the dollar clearly shows the movements in the euro plus the moves of the U.S. dollar against the euro.

Rabu, 16 Mac 2011

Keburukan Membeli Jongkong Emas di Kedai Emas - Copy

23 March 2009
By Syukor Hashim
Salah satu cara membeli membuat pelaburan emas ialah dengan cara membeli jongkong emas di kedai emas. Walaupun cara ini nampak mudah, namun ia mempunyai banyak kelemahan.

Selasa, 8 Mac 2011

Gold strikes record at $1,440 on Libya chaos

LONDON : Gold glistened last week, striking a record peak as investors hunted for a safe haven amid violent unrest in Libya that has sparked fears about spreading instability in the Middle East and North Africa.

New York crude crossed $104 per barrel to reach the highest level for 30 months as the African nation was forced to slash exports.

"Unrest in the region continues apace, with Libya effectively remaining out of the oil market; while the replacement of the lost Libyan barrels is eating into spare capacity, rampant demand growth is adding further pressure," said Barclays Capital analyst Sudakshina Unnikrishnan.

Sabtu, 12 Februari 2011

1 DINAR & 1 DIRHAM - Ukuran Standard

Dinar adalah syiling emas. Ia diperbuat daripada emas 22 karat (916) serta mempunyai berat 4.25 gram. Spesifikasi ini telah ditetapkan oleh Khalifah Umar Al-Khattab.
Dirham pula ialah syiling perak berketulenan 999 dan mempunyai berat sebanyak 2.975 gram.
Khalifah Umar Al-Khattab juga telah menetapkan piawaian berat dan ukuran perbezaan di antara dinar dan dirham seperti berikut.

"7 dinar mesti bersamaan 10 dirham (dari segi beratnya)"

Rabu, 9 Februari 2011

Menabung Amalan Mulia

Mula-mula satu dirham, lama-lama boleh jadi seribu dirham.

Sejak kecil kita diajar oleh ibu bapa kita untuk menabung. Setiap hari kita simpan seringgit dalam tabung. Malangnya tabiat menabung di kalangan masyarakat kita masih amat kurang khususnya golongan dewasa. Banyak wang kita dihabiskan untuk membeli bermacam-macam benda. Tak salah untuk membeli barangan kehendak asalkan kita simpan jugak duit kita untuk masa depan.

Ahad, 6 Februari 2011

Assalamualaikum... ~

Blog bertujuan untuk memudahkan urusan jual beli, manakala blog ini lebih kepada memberi maklumat mengenai Dinar & Dirham, Islam dan Kehidupan (yang berkaitan dengan kewangan)

Semoga Allah memberkati usaha saya ini.


Terima Kasih...

Sabtu, 5 Februari 2011

Zakat Fitrah Dengan Wang Kertas atau Dirham atau Makanan? - Mengembalikan Hidup Mengikut Sunnah

Masalah ini termasuk di antara kajian yang banyak menjadi tema pembahasan di beberapa kalangan dan kelompok yang memiliki semangat dalam dunia Islam. Tidak hairan, jika kemudian pembahasan ini meninggalkan perbezaan pendapat.

Sebagian melarang pembayaran zakat menggunakan wang secara mutlak, sebagian membolehkan dengan bersyarat, dan sebagian membolehkan tanpa syarat.

Isnin, 31 Januari 2011

Dinar Emas: Senjata baru umat Islam

1. Sistem kewangan sekarang berteraskan riba, iaitu sistem wang kertas janji kosong dimana wang kertas boleh dicetak tanpa sandaran kepada mana-mana nilai. Sistem wang kertas menyebabkan negara-negara Barat boleh membeli kekayaan bahan mentah dari negara ketiga dengan harga yang murah. Pendek kata, Barat mencetak kertas bertulis nombor sesuka hati lantas merampas nilai hasil bumi negara ketiga dengan kertas yang tiada nilainya.

Khamis, 20 Januari 2011


Kebahagiaan yang Dinikmati oleh Penduduk Syurga
68. "Hai hamba-hamba-Ku, tiada kekhawatiran terhadapmu pada hari ini dan tidak pula kamu bersedih hati.
69. (Yaitu) orang-orang yang beriman kepada ayat-ayat Kami dan adalah mereka dahulu orang-orang yang berserah diri.
70. Masuklah kamu ke dalam surga, kamu dan isteri-isteri kamu digembirakan."
71. Diedarkan kepada mereka piring-piring dari emas, dan piala-piala dan di dalam surga itu terdapat segala apa yang diingini oleh hati dan sedap (dipandang) mata dan kamu kekal di dalamnya.
72. Dan itulah surga yang diwariskan kepada kamu disebabkan amal-amal yang dahulu kamu kerjakan.

p/s Alohai, cantiknya...

Official Website :

Ahad, 16 Januari 2011

Salah tanggapan

Ramai yang salah faham dengan konsep pembelian dinar emas. Ramai menganggap selepas membeli dinar, dirham, emas atau perak, nilai duit pembeli hilang. RM 600 yang digunakan untuk membeli dinar hilang begitu sahaja.

Tidak. Bahkan, dinar menyimpan nilai sebenar duit (kekayaan) anda. Emas merupakan komoditi yang menyimpan nilai harta anda. Ia tidak seperti anda membeli hanset atau motorsikal. YA, anda dapat menikmati penggunaan handset anda untuk beberapa tahun lamanya, dinar pula anda hanya simpan di bawah bantal. Dalam kata lain, anda tidak dapat menikmati fungsi dinar dalam kehidupan seharian anda.

Jumaat, 14 Januari 2011

Gold, silver other metals continue rise on European debt worries

NEW YORK: Gold and other metals continued a rally that began Monday as investors seemed increasingly worried that debt problems in Europe are mounting.

Metals were up across the board Tuesday. Investors appeared worried about debt auctions to be offered later in the week by Spain and Portugal, said Tom Pawlicki, commodities analyst with MF Global Research in Chicago.

Emas Rahsia Kekuatan Ekonomi Islam

Rabu, 12 Januari 2011

Tanda Hari Kiamat

Dari Abu Hurairah ra, ia menuturkan bahawa Rasulullah saw bersabda,
"Hari Kiamat tidak akan datang sebelum sungai Euphrates memunculkan suatu bukit emas yang menimbulkan perang, dimana setiap seratus orang, akan mati sembilan puluh sembilan, dan masing-masing orang di antara mereka itu berkata, 'Semoga saya yang selamat.'"
Dalam sebuah riwayat dikatakan,
"Sungai Euphrates nyaris memunculkan emas yang di simpannya. Barangsiapa yang mendapatinya, janganlah ia mengambil sesuatu daripadanya."
(Muttafaqun alaih)

Selasa, 11 Januari 2011

Peristiwa Pemecatan Sultan Abd. Hamid II

Peristiwa Pemecatan Sultan Abd. Hamid (Khalifah Thmaniah Terakhir) dan Bagaimana Bankers Yahudi menjatuhkan Khilafah Othmaniah

Peristiwa Pemecatan Khalifah Islam Terakhir Sultan Abdul Hamid ( 1876 - 1909 )

Malam itu, Sultan Abdul Hamid dan keluarganya dikunjungi oleh sekumpulan manusia yang tidak akan dilupakan oleh sejarah.

Emmanuel Carasso, seorang Yahudi warga Itali dan wakil rakyat Salonika (Thessaloniki) di Parlimen Othmaniyyah (Meclis-i Mebusan) melangkah masuk ke istana Yildiz. Turut bersama beliau adalah Aram Efendi, wakil rakyat Armenia, Laz Arif Hikmet Pasha, anggota Dewan Senat yang juga pemimpin Armada Othmaniyyah, serta Arnavut Esat Toptani, wakil rakyat bandar Daraj di Meclis-i Mebusan. “Bukankah waktu seperti ini adalah waktu khalifah menunaikan kewajipannya terhadap keluarga. Tidak bolehkah kalian berbincang dengan aku pagi esok?”, Sultan Abdul Hamid tidak selesa menerima kedatangan mereka yang kelihatannya begitu tergesa-gesa. Tiada simpati di wajah mereka.“Ummah telah memecat kamu”, Esat Pasha memberitahu. Angkuh benar bunyinya.Satu persatu wajah ahli rombongan itu diperhati oleh Sultan Abdul
Hamid. “Apakah mereka ini sedar dengan apa yang mereka lakukan?”, baginda berfikir.

Ahad, 9 Januari 2011

Hotel Boasts ATM With a Golden Touch

Nafkah kepada Keluarga: 1 Dinar yang paling besar pahala

Dari Abu Hurairah ra, ia berkata, Rasulullah saw bersabda,
"Satu dinar yang kamu nafkahkan di jalan Allah, satu dinar yang kamu nafkahkan untuk memerdekakan budak, satu dinar yang kamu berikan kepada orang miskin, dan satu dinar yang kamu nafkahkan kepada keluargamu, maka yang paling besar pahalanya ialah satu dinar yang kamu nafkahkan kepada keluargamu." (HR Muslim)
Shahih Muslim, 995

Jumaat, 7 Januari 2011

Monetary System in the Islamic World

How did money as a medium of exchange for foods and services evolve into its current form we know and use today? The first Muslim coins were struck during the Caliphate of Uthman (ra), 644-656 CE. The first original minting of Islamic dirham was done in 695 CE (75 AH) during the reign of Khalifah 'Abd al-Malik. It followed the standard set by Umar Ibn al-Khattab (ra).

These coins included the phrase: "Allah is Unique, Allah is Eternal". Beginning with these coins the use of human figures and animals was discontinued. Both the dinar and dirham coins were round in shape. Typically, one side of the coin was stamped with the words "La ilaha illallah" and "Alhamdulillah" and the obverse side with the name of the caliph or ruler and the date of minting.

The earliest Arab coins imitated those of the Persians (the Sassanians) and the Byzantines. The Arab-Sassanian series goes back as far as 31 AH (Hijriah) just 21 years after the death of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. The Sassanian coins resumed a century later by the Arab governors of the Tabaristan province (on the southern border of the Caspian Sea). The Arab-Byzantine coins imitated the copper 40-nummia pieces of the 7th century Byzantine Emperors.

The Arab coinage was reformed in 77-79 AH (696-98 AD), creating the main Umayyad series. Its copper denomination, the Fals, exhibited a wide variety of types, but the silver coin, the dirham, used a single calligraphic type at all of the mints of the Caliphate. This coin, with its religious inscriptions and its consistent use of a date and a mint name, set a pattern that was followed for the next few centuries throughout the Islamic world.

The Abbasid series is similar to the Umayyad, but the script takes on a distinctive form that exaggerates the horizontal letters and makes the others microscopic. The Caliph's name is absent on the early issues (as on the Umayyad Dirhams), but it appears on some coins of al-Mahdi (775-85 AD) and becomes a standard feature on all later issues.

During the early 900s AD, the Abbasid Caliphs came under the power of the Buwayhid rulers and lost their temporal authority. Their coins came to an end, but their names were often placed on the coinage of other rulers, citing them as Islam's spiritual head. In a later age, the Abbasid Caliphs regained control of a temporal state, but those coins are of a much different style. Some non-Abbasid coins can be deceptive when they include the Caliph's name but happen to omit the name of the temporal ruler.

In the medieval Islamic world, a vigorous monetary economy was created during the 7th-12th centuries based on the expanding levels of circulation of a stable high-value currency - the Dinar. The Islamic gold dinar (sometimes referred as Islamic dinar or Gold dinar) is a bullion gold coin made from 4.25 grams of 22-carat (k) gold with historical Islamic significance.

The Dirham and Dinar were both used as the official Islamic currency beginning with the second Caliphate, 634-644 CE. The Islamic Dinar is the weight of gold equivalent to 4.25 grams, whereas the Islamic Dirham is the weight of silver equivalent to 3.0 grams. Umar Ibn al-Khattab established the known standard relationship between the two based on their weights: 7 dinars must be equivalent to 10 dirhams.

Gold has always had value to humans, even before it was money. This is demonstrated by the extraordinary efforts made to obtain it. Prospecting for gold was a worldwide effort going back thousands of years, even before the first money in the form of gold coins appeared. In the quest for gold by the Phoenicians, Egyptians, Indians, Hittites, Chinese, and others, prisoners of war were sent to work the mines, as were slaves and criminals. This happened during a time when gold had no value as 'money,' but was just considered a desirable commodity on itself.

The first use of gold as money occurred around 700 BC, when Lydian (Turkey) merchants produced the first coins. These were simply stamped lumps of a 63 per cent gold and 27 per cent silver mixture known as 'electrum.' This standardised unit of value, had no doubt helped Lydian traders in their wide-ranging successes, for by the time of Croesus of Mermnadae - the last King of Lydia (570-546 BC) - Lydia had amassed a huge hoard of gold. Today, we still speak of the ultra-wealthy as being 'rich as Croesus.'

Gold, measured out, became money. Gold was money in ancient Greece. The Greeks mined for gold throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East regions by 550 BC, and both Plato and Aristotle wrote about gold and had theories about its origins - one of them is that Gold was associated with water and it was said that gold was a particularly dense combination of water and sunlight.

The Islamic gold dinar came back to life as a consequence of a currency crisis in Asia in 1997. The then Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, proposed the Islamic gold dinar as currency for international trade in the Muslim world. It was supposed to suppress the overly traded American dollar and ensure that dollar's instability does not affect international trade because Islamic gold dinar was to be tied to the price of gold, and thus provide a stable value of the currency.

Tun Dr. Mahathir once emphasised that the Gold Dinar policy is being driven by the crushing reality of the economic and strategic crisis. The Gold Dinar can be a trading currency for all countries, not necessarily Muslim countries alone. He strongly feels that the Muslim countries are in the best position to demonstrate the viability of the system and in the process, show the world that they are capable of growing with stability and peace.

However, the idea has since been halted. Perhaps one day, it will become a reality and the gold dinar will reign within the Muslim world one day.


Rabu, 5 Januari 2011

Kilang emas terbesar di Jeddah

p/s Semakin ramai yang berani membuat pelaburan dalam emas. Permintaan juga akan bertambah.

Isnin, 3 Januari 2011

Emas dalam Perubatan.

Umumnya, ramai mengetahui kegunaan emas sebagai perhiasan wanita, industri, elektronik, matawang dan pelaburan. Namun, ramai yang tidak mengetahui salah satu kelebihan emas ialah dalam perubatan. Harian Metro 3/1/2011 menyiarkan syarikat yang memasarkan produk kecantikan daripada hablur emas di mana emas bertidak sebagai anti-penuaan (yang membuatkan ramai wanita tersenyum lebar). Ikuti siaran akhbar selanjutnya...

Sabtu, 1 Januari 2011

34 % - 2010

Analisis 2010

Maksimum 1423 USD/Ounce
Minimum 1061.40 USD/Ounce
Kenaikan 361.60 USD/Ounce
Peratus kenaikan 2010 = 34.07 %

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