Gold: $ 1315.90 Silver: $ 15.72 Palladium: $ 1551.00
Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Thursday, February 28, 2019
FNB has a well-developed, well-defined economic calculus model. That model is based upon what FNB calls and coined: “Spendability.”
“Spendability” = what a dollar can reasonably achieve as expected (fair) exchange value.
“Spendability” considers many seemingly disparate and non-aligned factors. Factors that when taken into the greater and larger, ‘whole’ begin to form up what is the American economic engine.
FNB now plows into: “Employ-ability.”
Much has been written and spoken about the seemingly large swath of American workers that are, for a number of reasons, ‘out of the workforce’. And therefore, unemployed.
Much has been posited and guessed at as to why this large segment of workers and seemingly available talent pool remains largely, unemployed.
FNB sees that one of the principle issues that has to be addressed is: “Employ-ability.”
- Tech savvy: for a worker, at almost any level to be able to find and then maintain suitable employment, that worker and that workforce must maintain and expand and then be able to demonstrate technological proficiency. (FNB will dedicate entire segments of “First Choice” to technology issues and problems and solves in days to come, so stay tuned)
- Teachable and capable of learning: there seems little doubt that the American educational system is pouring out large quantities of graduates that have small capacities to learn. Employment both on micro, and macro scales requires the capacity to learn and gain proficiency at very difficult and ‘high-level’ tasks. (FNB will in days to come address the types of educational emphases and also the kinds of disciplinary curricula that America should, bordering on must adopt in the very near future. So, stay turned)
- Drug and alcohol free: this matter of dependence upon addictive substances simply has to be included in our discussion. Larger and larger segments of the American populace find themselves enmeshed in some type of substance abuse. Given the cerebral demands of most professions, this issue has to be dealt with in a fair and yet comprehensive manner
- Impermanence: this factor falls right at the feet of the employers and large corporations. For far too long, workers have been treated worse than chattel and have been discarded like yesterday’s spent rubbish. This has to stop. And a reconfiguration of how employers view and then manage their respective workforce has to be an emerging discussion topic
- Energy Producing: going forward, almost every industry group has to include in their discussions on employment and ‘employ-ability’ the matter of how workers in general and the labor group that they manage produce and then spawn positive energies. (FNB will devote entire segments to ‘energy producing’ efforts and programs and how these can be folded into the larger American economy. So stay tuned)
America faces and stares down this massive gap between the kinds and types of ‘jobs’ and professions that starting now are not optional. But, starting now are essentials for the quickly arriving, face-paced, technology-based economy.
Next time, FNB examines how transportation is changing. And how American workers and industries must adept.
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.
Founder and Owner,
First Nation Bullion
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