Making Money From Old Money
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Making Money From Old Money
( Informational Purpose Only ) NOT FOR SALE
Making Money From Old Money
( Informational Purpose Only ) NOT FOR SALE
Making Money From Old Money
( Informational Purpose Only ) NOT FOR SALE
Making Money From Old Money
( Informational Purpose Only ) NOT FOR SALE
Making Money From Old Money
( Informational Purpose Only ) NOT FOR SALE

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The below is an article from Edge Weekly And its all about making money with old money. Collecting coins, currency notes or even other entiquity such as collectors item such as books, toys, painting and so many others is a very profitable business. If your customers buy from you, you make some profit but it they don't then you will make more money as the prices for these items are increasing year by year... Enjoy the rest of the info..... Cover Story: Making money from old money The Edge Malaysia These currencies are just like blue-chip stocks — steady and consistent. Of course, to make good returns, you need to do your research, focus on facts and not listen to rumours. The longer you keep a currency, the more it appreciates, especially if it is in mint condition. These currencies are just like blue-chip stocks — steady and consistent. Of course, to make good returns, you need to do your research, focus on facts and not listen to rumours. This article first appeared in Personal Wealth, The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on March 27 - April 2, 2017. The demand for old or rare Malaysian banknotes and coins has surged over the past five years. Local purveyors of these pieces of history give their views on the prospects of these alternative assets. Collecting old or rare banknotes and coins is becoming popular among investors. This passion investment is often seen as a way to diversify from equities, especially in volatile times. The alternative investment provides good returns, according to Dickson Niew, a numismatist and owner of Dickson Niew Collection, a shop that specialises in rare coins and banknotes. Based on his observation and an analysis of Malaysian banknotes, prices had increased 20% year on year from 1991 to 2010. “Also, I think there was more than a 300% increase in the demand for local banknotes and coins from 2000 to 2015. The demand comes especially from the Malay community because as the economy grows, the wealth of the middle-income bracket increases, allowing them to afford such investments. Also, there are now many Facebook groups and blogs on banknotes and coins,” he says. The prices of old or rare Malaysian banknotes and coins go up or down depending on the demand, supply and trend, says Niew. For instance, if buying Straits Settlements currency becomes a trend, then the banknotes will fetch a high price.  “The peak was in 2013 and 2014, when the average graded coins that were worth RM100 jumped to RM1,200 because they were highly graded by international grading houses. Now, these coins are only worth RM300 because there are too many of them in the market.”  Below is an example how a mere RM50 note that was issued by Bank Negara for RM 60 can now go up to RM1500 MALAYSIA 2007 / 2008 12TH SERIES RM50 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE I just received my another piece of RM50 50th Anniversary of Independence (Merdeka Goldline) back from PMG and was delighted to receive grade 67epq  prefix AA 0000 81 0 (technically speaking it has 5 zeroes). Hence i have 2 pieces of 4 zeroes in my collection now with AA 0000 92 0. Currently the Merdeka Goldline is one of the hottest and most sought after by collectors and the price are surging due to its limited mintage of 20,000 pieces issued only. Just about a month back a prominent numismatics dealer from Singapore bought 100 pieces in consecutive numbers of 2 zeroes AA00xxxxx of Merdeka Goline from a dealer in Penang who is also my good friend for MYR120,000.00 or equivalent to MYR1200.00 a piece, when this news broke out it sent the price sky rocketing. Many numismatics dealers believe there are still plenty of rooms for it to rise. If you compare with the 1999 RM1 Ali Abul Hassan prefix "CR" with 50,000.00 pieces it has risen to RM8500.00 for grade 67epq then how much can Merdeka Goldline of 20,000.00 pieces can rise ? Let's do some mathematics calculation, the "CR" mintage is 150 % (percent) more than the Merdeka Goldline that mean the price of "CR" is RM8500 + 150% (RM12,750) = RM21.250.00 each for Merdeka Goldline 67epq. Let's keep our finger crossed for it to happen. Furthermore, better quality graded coins have emerged. So, the demand has been redirected to these coins. “As the prices of average coins are now low, it is what we call a buyer’s market — a good time to buy and hold,” says Niew. According to Steven Tan, owner of International Stamp & Coin Sdn Bhd and author of Standard Catalogue of Malaysia-Singapore-Brunei Coins and Paper Money, collecting coins and banknotes is a growing trend among young Malaysians. “A decade ago or so, there were fewer than 10 shops in Malaysia selling banknotes and coins. But now, there are hundreds of them. Many youngsters are collecting banknotes and coins because they promise good returns,” he says.  “For example, a regular issue Malaya 10 cent uncirculated note was only worth RM20 in 1976. But from the year 2000, prices started at RM680. This kind of appreciation is very encouraging for new investors.” Tan, who has been in the business for more than 50 years, says collecting old or rare banknotes and coins is a risk-free investment and will remain so in the future. “In an interview with a Chinese language newspaper in 1986, I said it was a no-risk investment. I still say that today, as the longer you keep a currency, the more it appreciates, especially if it is in mint condition.” However, he says he cannot put a number on the minimum return one can get as it depends on supply and demand — and sometimes, luck. “Years ago, I sold a friend a set of solid numbered notes. Solid numbers here mean having consecutive ones, twos or threes in the note’s serial numbers. I sold him 10 pieces for RM380. About 10 years later, I heard they were auctioned off for RM8,000.” Numbered notes have serial numbers printed on the back to record how many pieces were issued.  Niew compares old or rare banknotes and coins to blue-chip stocks. “These currencies are just like blue-chip stocks — steady and consistent. Of course, to make good returns, you need to do your research, focus on facts and not listen to rumours.”


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