Good News!!

Due to good respond and changing of qualification terms and condition for master dealer and dealer beginning of next year. We decided to continue RM20k Promotion Dealer Set until year end 2010!!!


WOW! Kepada yang masih berminat untuk BELI, SIMPAN dan juga BERNIAGA EMAS, anda masih berpeluang...hubungi kami untuk mengetahui bagaimana. Kami di Bijak Emas bersedia membantu anda sehingga anda BERJAYA!!


Tawaran ini hanya untuk yang berminat menjadikan emas sebagai sumber pendapatan anda. Kepada yang tidak berminat, kami mengesyorkan anda menjadi penyimpan & pelabur TEGAR emas & perak. Jangan juga lupa untuk menghubungi kami.


Apakah keLEBIHan menjadi ejen Bijak Emas Public Gold?

Public Gold Coin 50g 999.9



Kenapa anda mesti memilih Public Gold?

  • Pembeli boleh melabur dalam amaun yang KECIL pada suatu masa. (minimum 20gram bagi emas Public Gold, 1 dinar bagi emas Public Dinar, 250g bagi Public Silver)

    Terdapat BANYAK cawangan di seluruh Malaysia

    Ia selamat, kerana dalam bentuk FIZIKAL.

    Harganya MURAH berbanding kedai emas-kedai emas lain kerana HARGA yang tawarkan adalah mengikut harga emas antarabangsa tanpa caj-caj tambahan yang mengarut.

    Jaminan membeli semula emas Public Gold walaupun CALAR, BENGKOK, PATAH atau SUMBING (Emas produk lain juga dibeli Public Gold)

    'Spread' atau susut nilai antara yang TERENDAH (cuma 5-6%).

    SISTEM pembelian 24 jam (Anda boleh membeli emas Public Gold pada bila-bila masa).

    PELBAGAI cara pembelian - online, SMS, telefon cawangan atau ejen.

    Terdapat RAMAI ejen-ejen/pengedar-pengedar di seluruh Malaysia.

    TIDAK menganjurkan sebarang skim pelaburan yang menyalahi undang-undang di Malaysia. Public Gold hanya menJUAL dan memBELI emas dan perak sahaja. Keuntungan anda dapat ialah daripada kenaikan harga emas dan keselamatan daripada inflasi.

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Why Gold & Silver? - CASH IS TRASH!

Yang berminat bolehlah menghubungi kami di Bijak Emas. Layari untuk produk-produk terkini.

What are the advantages of buying jewellery with Public Jewellery?

  • Fair and transparent transactions. Transaction will be processed according to real time international 916 gold price which will update at every 20 minutes basis.
  • As the saving generated by our direct to customer business model, our 916 gold jewellery is sold at wholesale price which is approximately * 15% lower than the market price. (*market price = gold price + workmanship)
  • No Workmanship charge.
  • The most competitive buy back rates in Malaysia.
  • Booking through Internet. Ordering can be carried out for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the convenient of your fingertip.
  • Quality assurance and authenticity of the Bunga Raya Hallmark by Penang Assay Office Sdn Bhd. 

Silver gonna hit USD1500/oz

We better put our money in silver also. Public Silver offer silver bar weighing 250g, 500g and 1kg. Contact our nearest agent to get your silver. 

Admin Bijak Emas

Citizens bank on gold in Myanmar's troubled economy

Fahami artikel dan seterusnya ambillah tindakan. Saya rasa kebanyakan daripada kita ini adalah daripada kalangan lulusan institusi pengajian tinggi jadi tentu anda lebih bijak menilainya. Kesimpulannya di mana hendak mendapatkan emas anda?? Hubungi ejen-ejen Bijak Emas berhampiran anda.
, 4:55, Wednesday 29 September 2010

Housewives huddle over jewellery counters in Yangon's bustling Chinatown, but fashion is not foremost on their minds. This is banking in Myanmar's dysfunctional economy.
On nearby Shwe Bontha Street, the heart of the gold market since colonial times, Nyan Tun is more than just a trader: he is an unofficial banker in the military-ruled country.
"Normally, the major buyers are farmers. They will buy gold with a little bit of extra money to sell before the next harvest," he said. "Second are the housewives, who love to buy jewellery as savings."
The global economic crisis may have reignited suspicion of banks worldwide, but in isolated Myanmar such distrust has long run deep and savers have no desire to put their money into the backward banking system.
Not that people have much to spare: decades of economic mismanagement by the country's rulers, plus international boycotts and sanctions, have generated a population struggling to get by and facing soaring consumer prices.
Between 2005 and 2009 the annual inflation rate in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, averaged 20 percent, according to the Asian Development Bank.
"If you want to catch up with inflation, you buy gold. If you save money in the bank you lose money," said Nyan Tun.
"People have much more trust in gold as a store of value," added the trader, whose name AFP has changed at his request. In military-ruled Myanmar, saying anything seen as critical of the junta can have serious consequences.
Nyan Tun said the value of a gold "tical" -- about half a troy ounce -- had increased more than 30-fold in the local currency, the kyat, since his early days as a gold trader in the late 1980s.
Sean Turnell, a specialist in Myanmar's economy at Macquarie University in Sydney, said rampant increases in consumer prices were largely a result of the government's habit of simply printing more money to fund its spending.

An abundance of natural treasures -- including gold, gas, teak, oil, jade and gems -- could make the country a rich nation as it once was before coming under military rule in 1962.
But Myanmar remains one of the world's least developed countries, with nearly a third of the population living below the poverty line, according to World Bank figures, as the junta and its associates exploit these raw materials for their own benefit.
"The fiscal situation should be good," said Turnell, on the basis that earnings from gas supplies should fund government spending.
"But they (the military rulers) don't bring money they get from gas properly into public accounts," he said. "These funds are not recorded."
Few believe Myanmar's controversial first election in 20 years, due on November 7, will bring about much-needed economic reform, as the polls are widely expected to simply cloak military rule with civilian clothing.
"The ruling class will still be the same, so there will not be big changes," said Nyan Tun, now in his 50s.
However there have been some shifts in the economic landscape ahead of the election, with the junta instigating a spate of privatisations of state firms and properties.
Along with these sell-offs of assets including ports, factories and cinemas, four conglomerates on international sanctions lists and run by junta-friendly tycoons have been given licences to start up new banks.
Turnell said the cronyism apparent in these recent developments suggested the country was "drifting in a really strange direction away from a totalitarian system into one that works like a semi-criminal economy".
For the average Myanmar citizen, there is still no economic stability, or decent alternative to their trustworthy treasure.
"Gold has been the ultimate reserve asset, the ultimate insurance against bad government policy. It goes back to the colonial era -- it's seen as being dependable and independent of the state," said Turnell.
With the precious metal playing such a key role, the regime keeps a close eye on its trade. Nyan Tun said plain-clothed special branch police lurk on Shwe Bontha Street and pressure traders to stop selling when prices go up.
"Maybe the government thinks inflation is due to the price of gold, but actually it's the other way round," he said.
"The gold price is the index of inflation to citizens," agreed a business editor in Yangon who did not want to be named. "People don't know how else to judge inflation. The government gives no explanation."
Myanmar's banking system has never really recovered from a major crisis in 2003, which saw three banks completely collapse and was exacerbated by the policies of the Central Bank (CBSU.PK - news) , such as recalling loans from borrowers.
People have also been hit hard in the past when the authorities scrapped certain currency units as legal tender.
A mass uprising against the military in 1988, which was brutally crushed, escalated from protests over a major episode of demonetisation by the regime.
"That wiped out the savings of a huge amount of people," said Turnell. "I have never come across a single Burmese person who saves money in the banks."
For now gold remains the safest haven in Myanmar -- the reason why a fishmonger will wear her savings around her neck.
"Gold: this is the only thing people trust," said the business editor.

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