entah kenapa, koq art malah tertarik buat beli usd di level 89 sekarang jika against idr
efek terlalu banyak baca buku black swan mungkin yach
untuk saving tetap accumulate yuan, fundamental never lies ???
art, beli emas tetap selalu untung………..
Pertama: Untung dari harga komoditasnya
Kedua : Kalo harga komoditasnya turun, rupiah melemah ya tetap untung……..
Ketiga : Kalo harga komoditasnya naik, rupiah menguat ya tetap untung……..
Keempat: Kalo harga komoditasnya naik, rupiah melemah ya tetap untung……..
Jadi pastikan pilihan anda………….Pegang erat erat emas anda. :peace:
entah kenapa art selalu shivering and trembling jika mendengar kata kata selalu untung
pasti selalu dan akan selalu ada titik lemahnya, tidak mungkin selalu untung, that''s why art justru mengurangi porsi kepemilikan emas art
thanks for the info anyway, mari kita lihat sama sama ke depannya bagaimana emas ini
lagipula jika art salah, i have nothing to lose
emas bahkan dah 1400 . What ''s your opinion Art ?
kalo emas naek terus sih mantap deh tapi emiten apa lagi yah di indo yg bisnisnya ngeduk tanah cari emas??kl antm mah ogah…bisa jadi tua baru nikmatin naik 10% gainya,gimana g mau hapi2 sama cungkok,lokal sma dan ubekz,s girl :*kl cuma cuan 10% bertahun2 :siul:
Gold Prices Clipped, Settle Below $1,400
NEW YORK (TheStreet) – Gold prices broke below $1,400 Wednesday as investors took profits and the U.S. dollar rallied.
Gold for February delivery lost $25.80 to $1,383.20 an ounce at the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The gold price traded as high as $1,405.40 and as low as $1,372.10 during Wednesday''s session.
Gold''s Latest Rally: Fakeout or Breakout?\r\n\r\nNEW YORK (TheStreet ) – Gold prices backed down from new highs Tuesday, but still managed to finish in the green as investors vacillated between profit taking and safe-haven buying.\r\n\r\nGold for February delivery added $6.30 to $1,404.30 an ounce at the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The gold price traded as high as $1,405.60 and as low as $1,393.80 during Tuesday''s session.\r\n\r\nThe U.S. dollar index was losing 0.23% to $79.17 while the euro was adding 0.32% to $1.34 vs. the dollar. The spot gold price Tuesday was rising $7.30, according to Kitco''s gold index\r\n\r\nGold prices have tried twice to break and hold new highs and each time have been met with profit-taking which pulled prices back down under the $1,400 level. The last attempt was Dec. 7, when gold hit an intraday high of $1,432.50 an ounce.\r\n\r\nThe question for traders: Is the third time a charm?\r\n\r\nPrices seemed poised to make a true breakout until better-than-expected economic data out of the United States distracted investors and tempered gains.\r\n\r\nNovember retail sales rose 0.8% while the core Producer Price Index grew 0.3%. The CPI data was not high enough to cause inflation worries and was a big sigh of relief after October''s 0.6% drop, which had sparked deflation fears.\r\n\r\n"I think we will probably probe and test that $1,400 range but really I think we''ve got to get over $1,416," says Phil Streible, senior market strategist at Lind-Waldock.\r\n\r\n"If we get a two day close over that I think we''re going to advance making new all-time highs." Streible thinks the new high could be $1,464 whereas his support level is $1,331.\r\n\r\nAny close below $1,331, he says, could cause a flurry of momentum selling and gold might be forced to retest its $1,270 support level. But for now gold seems intent on probing new highs helped Tuesday by safe-haven buying.\r\n\r\nThe gold landscape still seems ripe for safe-haven buying especially with ratings agency Moody''s threatening to cut the U.S.''s triple-A credit rating if the new tax cut bill was approved by Congress, which looks set to happen. The dollar has suffered of late after the Obama administration announced its tax-cut legislation which many reports dubbed as more stimulus.\r\n\r\nThere is also speculation that the Federal Reserve might be forced to issue a third round of quantitative easing to help the government pay for this tax bill and jump-start the economy.\r\n\r\nThe results of today''s FOMC meeting didn''t yield any surprises with the Fed leaving key interest rates unchanged and making no change in its language, outlook for the economy, or its bond buying program. If anything the Fed reiterated that economic growth is still not good enough which implies that the Fed will not back down from its plan to purchase $600 billion in longer-term Treasuries by the end of the second quarter of 2011.\r\n\r\nGold prices stayed steady after the announcement and will also take their cue from the Department of Labor when it releases the Core Consumer Price Index for November on Wednesday. Inflation is forecast to rise just 0.1%.\r\n\r\n"I think we''re going to look at the first half of 2011 and determine that QE2 and probably what is going to follow is QE3 and QE4 were not just necessary but very, very helpful in terms of stemming off deflation," argues Oliver Pursche, co-portfolio manager of the GMG Defensive Beta Fund.\r\n\r\nPursche has sold out of his gold positions, however, calling the market "frothy, at best" and has been reducing positions in silver, platinum and palladium.\r\n\r\nThe spotlight has once again turned from Europe to the U.S., giving support to the euro, as news that the European Central Bank bought € 2.7 billion in government bonds in the week ended Dec. 10 helped prop up Portugal and Ireland''s debt load. This was the largest purchase since July and showed that the ECB was in the market to help struggling debt-laden countries.\r\n\r\nSilver prices were adding 16 cents to $29.78 shrugging off a report in the Financial Times which said that JPMorgan could be reducing its huge silver position in light of a two-year inquiry by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The CFTC has been trying to determine if the trading house has been illegally manipulating the price of silver.\r\n\r\nGold and silver manipulation has been a trendy topic this year. Trader Brian Beatty filed lawsuits at the end of October against JPMorgan and HSBC for conspiring to "suppress and manipulate" silver prices on the Comex.\r\n\r\nThe allegations were particularly noteworthy because HSBC and JPMorgan are custodians of the physically backed exchange-traded funds like the SPDR Gold Shares and iShares Silver Trust, which means the big banks are in charge of storing the metal investors are buying while being accused of manipulating the prices.\r\n\r\nBart Chilton, commissioner of the CFTC, was reportedly pushing the commission to prosecute.
Gold Prices Pull Back on Profit-Taking\r\n\r\nNEW YORK (TheStreet) – Gold prices sank Thursday as profit-taking and momentum selling eroded the yellow metal''s appeal as a safe-haven asset.\r\n\r\nGold for February delivery lost $15.20 to $1,371 an ounce at the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. The gold price Thursday has traded as high as $1,387.30 and as low as $1,361.60.\r\n\r\nThe U.S. dollar index was down 0.05% to $80.18 while the euro was slightly lower to $1.32 vs. the dollar. The spot gold price was up $12.50, according to Kitco''s gold index. \r\n\r\nInvestor enthusiasm might have peaked for the year as traders dumped gold before the Christmas and New Year''s holiday. This leaves gold vulnerable to volatility and tight trading ranges as prices are subject to short-term trades and book-squaring.\r\n\r\nA key support level for gold is $1,370 which was broken as investors took profits. The $1,370 was a key level and probably activated some sell-stops in which traders must sell some positions to lock in gains. However gold managed to bounce off its intra-day low to settle over $1,370. Gold could see some "bargain" hunters emerge tomorrow as they look to buy gold on a dip.\r\n\r\nJames Moore, research analyst for fastmarkets.com, is more optimistic and says that "gold and silver are likely to find further support from investor diversification" despite any price pressure.\r\n\r\nThe broader landscape is still ripe for higher gold prices. Spain is still facing a potential downgrade from Moody''s after Standard & Poor''s slashed Belgium''s rating. Moody''s has also put Greece''s Ba1 rating on review for an even deeper downgrade. Although the downgrades would be no big surprise, it would ignite sovereign debt fears, which has been good for gold during this past year,\r\n\r\nInvestors turn to gold during times of market uncertainty or paper currency devaluation. The U.S. dollar is subject to the latter as the Senate passed President Obama''s tax deal. The bill now has to pass the House, which it''s expected to do despite gripes from the Democrats.\r\n\r\nJim Rogers: Gold Is a Bubble >>\r\n\r\nAn extension of Bush-era tax cuts, continued unemployment benefits and a lax estate tax, some fear the legislation will only widen the government''s $13 trillion debt hole and lead to more money printing in the future.\r\n\r\nBarclays Capital noted Thursday in its Commodity Daily Briefing that the inverse correlation between the U.S. dollar and gold "has started to become stronger (approximately 30%)" and the metal will be subject to future dollar gyrations. If the dollar takes a hit, if a QE3 comes into the picture to pay for the tax bill, that would only be good for gold.\r\n\r\nGold will also take its cue from Thursday''s European Union summit and the topic du jour: How to create a bigger and possibly more permanent European Stability Mechanism to backstop any member default. Uncertainty and disagreement would weigh on the euro and be a mixed bag for gold.\r\n\r\nA weaker euro would prop up the dollar and hurt gold prices, but debt contagion and indecision will provide support for gold as a safe-haven asset. The European Central Bank announced that it would increase its capital to € 10.76 billion almost double from where it was to shore up money for the financial system.\r\n\r\nAnother possible headwind for gold is relatively better-than-expected economic data out of the United States pointing to a solid recovery. Thursday''s initial jobless claims from last week fell 3,000 to 420,000 despite an upwardly revised number of 423,000 from the week before. Slowly improving claims have offset November''s weak unemployment report, which is a lagging indicator. Housing starts were up 3.9% while housing permits were down 4%, but recovery indicators, in general, are improving.\r\n\r\nThe Commodity Futures Trading Commission is also debating derivative regulation Thursday as well as how to apply position limits to the futures market. There seem to be more questions than answers as to what defines a legitimate hedger vs. a speculator. George Gero, senior vice president at RBC Capital Markets, says that global trading will only make these rules harder to define and that business just might move offshore. In the meantime, however, any lack of clarity might fuel current sell stops in gold.