It’s time to buy, the price of gold drops to Rp1.009 million per gram

Jakarta, IDN Times – The price of gold produced by PT Aneka Tambang or Antam fell today, Saturday (12/3/2022). According to IDN Times monitoring from Logammulia.com, the price of gold fell by Rp. 1 thousand to Rp. 1.009 million per gram.

Meanwhile, the resale or buyback price also fell by Rp. 1 thousand to Rp. 916 thousand per gram.

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1. The price of Antam’s gold bullion in other denominations

The following is the price of Antam’s gold bullion in other denominations per day:

0.5 gram gold price: IDR 554.5 thousand

Price of 1 gram of gold: Rp1.009 million

Price of 2 grams of gold: IDR 1,958 million

Price of 3 grams of gold: IDR 2,912 million

Price of 5 grams of gold: IDR 4,820 million

10 gram gold price: IDR 9.585 million

Price of 25 grams of gold: IDR 23,837 million

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Price of 50 grams of gold: IDR 47.595 million

100 gram gold price: 95,112 million

The gold price above is the base price, aka does not include tax. Based on the Minister of Finance Regulation (PMK) No. 34/PMK.10/2017, the purchase of gold bullion is subject to Income Tax (PPh) Article 22 of 0.45 percent for owners who hold a Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP), and 0.9 percent for buyers. who do not have a TIN.

2. Gold is useful for diversifying investment portfolios

Gold can be a very useful way to diversify an investment portfolio. Apart from that gold is a precious metal that is in great demand, its value also tends to be in contrast to other investment assets such as equity or property.

That means, when stock or property prices fall, the value of gold is likely to rise so that investors who have diversified their investments into gold can breathe a sigh of relief because not all of their assets have weakened in value.

According to MoneyWeek, gold can also be referred to as insurance for an investor’s portfolio, so each investor should at least allocate around 5 percent-15 percent of their portfolio for gold or gold-related investments.

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3. Gold investment tips

Throughout history, gold has been known as an investment instrument that is safer than other investment instruments such as stocks. This is because gold is resistant to almost all kinds of trouble, from inflation, economic upheaval or currency fluctuations, to war.

When thinking about starting to invest in gold, don’t limit yourself to just buying physical gold, such as coins or gold bars. Alternatives to investing in gold, including buying shares of a gold mining company or gold exchange-traded fund (ETF), can also be an option.

Apart from that, you can also invest in gold with trading options and futures contracts. However, people who choose to invest in gold through options or futures contracts need to actively monitor their holdings so that they can sell, roll or exercise their options before they expire so they are worthless.

“In addition, each of these options includes a certain level of leverage, or debt, by default, so investors who overuse them and experience market losses can see their losses rapidly increase,” said Dock David Treece, a former licensed investment advisor and member of FINRA Small Company Advisory Board in a Forbes article.