Gold $2,333.10   $-3.60  Silver $30.33   $0.02  Platinum $1,025.40   $-2.00  Palladium $981.50   $0.30

FFR = FED FUNDS RATE and How this Impacts Gold and Silver Values:

Gold: $ 1347.50 Silver: $ 15.06 Platinum: $ 810.00 Palladium: $ 1505.00

Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Wednesday, June 19, 2019

FNB is a precious metals industry leader. Each weekday, we post information and financial facts (and opinions!) that relate directly to the financial markets and also that have direct impact upon the daily lives of investors.

In our last session, FNB examined negative interest rates and how these affect national economies. In this session, FNB looks into the prospect and possible impact of a change in Fed Funds Rate.

Fed Funds Rate and How this IMPACTS GOLD VALUE:

There is a great deal of buzz in the financial markets of late. One of the hot topics of discussion in the last few weeks has been whether or not THE FED will drop interest rates.

The FED recently hinted that there may be, (this is a key phrase) a reduction and pull back of interest rates from their current levels. There are a variety of issues and forces that impact the FED’s direction. One of the key elements to look into and understand is: “FED FUNDS RATE.”

FFR = Fed Funds Rate:

The Fed Funds Rate is:

“…the Fed Funds rate is the interest rate banks charge each other to lend institutional funds overnight.”

Member banks use the FFR as baseline and benchmark for other loans, both commercial and/or personal that they then extend to their customers and institutional clients.

The FFR is based upon the ‘money supply’ AKA, the ‘money stock’. The money stock is the aggregate value of all available monetary assets that are working in an economy at any given moment in time.
Some of the more important pieces of the ‘money stock’ are:

Coins, bars, bullion and precious metals inventories
Balances held in checking and saving accounts
Circulated currencies that are both accountable for (meaning in circulation) and non-accounted for (meaning idled and/or held in reserve accounts)

Any and all significant shifts or noticeable changes in a nation’s money supply are closely monitored and evaluated by governmental and commercial experts.

The point of this session is that of late, The FED is tinkering with tightening the money supply. A tightening of the monetary supply combined with a reduction of interest rates historically signals a rise and spike in the prices of gold and silver.

Keep a close eye on what The FED decides As you notice FED policy shift, begin adding to your gold and silver coin, bullion and bar personal stockpiles.

FNB strongly urges all savvy and thoughtful investors to ramp up their physical gold coins, bars and bullion holdings. FNB invites all to visit our website:

FNB invites all that live in or near our three physical locations in San Diego, Del Mar and Scottsdale to stop in and visit and meet one-on-one with our Team of precious metals experts.

FNB posits and strongly asserts that capitalism and the capacity to own, manage and profit from the collective of private properties and/or business initiatives is a driving force that America and its leaders simply must protect.

FNB remains diligent and unwavering in the call for common, average American people to seek out the Safe Havens of gold and silver coins, and gold and silver bullion.

FNB, a national precious metals industry leader and reputable gold and silver coin dealer urges investors, bond-holders, speculators and all who manage and/or oversee their family’s financial portfolio begin now migrating larger allocations into the historical safe harbors of: Gold and Silver.

Jon Cavuoto,
Founder and Owner,
First Nation Bullion
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