Monthly Archive: January 2018

A Reserved Perspective On Money

To Behold The Value Of Gold Or To Spot Its Price

 

The only way to identify the value of gold is by looking at its spot price. The spot price of gold brings a few clear prospects to the investment equation. Gold is still a world standard, it still has value as a cherished metal in jewelry and it is still traded as bars or coins everyday. There’s a strong legacy to the actual value of gold.

 

The foundation of all gold trading is now epitomized by the U.S. Money Reserve. This is an American agency who trades gold investment products based on the current spot price of gold. The spot price of any precious metal is based on a number of factors. The end result is a number that values a precious metal at its live, market price.

 

 

Marking This Day In History

 

There are agencies in the gold market who allow investors to trade in all products of real bullion. Bullion is associated with precious metals when they are in their raw forms. What this means is that bullion of silver can be the resource used for jewelry, a silver coin or an Olympic medallion. There are many popular uses that precious metals undergo.

 

The U.S. Money Reserve is leading the United States as the most secure bullion options in the national market. The agency makes history today as it supplies the U.S. and world market with vast amounts of gold. There’s a large infrastructure to gold that’s continuing to be built. The marketplace takes into account the retail quality of gold and its political place.

 

 

A Steady Climb In Modern Demand

 

The steady climb that specialists see in the gold bullion is grounded in its political standing. The identity of gold, as seen across the world, surpasses currencies that rely on electricity, printing or government backing. These are not the only reasons for admiring the strength gold. The precious metals remain a prominent investment option because of security.

 

The world steadily expands as we also see the political place of gold remain. The U.S. Money Reserve does such a substantial distribution in the United States that it out paces the U.S. market. There’s a steady demand in bullion products and world nations are collecting their own share. The mining companies are also producing less.

 

The result is another rise to come from gold.

Ronald Fowlkes: Using All His Skills for the Good

Ronald Fowlkes of St. Louis, Missouri is a business development manager of commercial products/ law enforcement products or Eagle Industries Unlimited (ATK). His responsibilities include offering product education to more than 150 sales personnel and product selection for sales and development throughout the nation. He has been in this position since July 2008. Eagle Industries Unlimited is located in Fenton, Missouri.

 

His Past Experience

 

Fowkles’ extensive background in regards to tactical products and training is derived from being a contractor for the Department of Defense and from serving in the Navy-Marine Corps. He also has more than 13 years of experience serving the community in law enforcement. While working as a contractor for the Department of Defense along Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO), he dismounted and mounted infantry operations in a combat zone. Fowkles also instructed US military personnel in CQB rescue, tactical operations, hostage rescue, evidence collection, post-blast analysis, and captured and detained individuals’ tactical questioning.

 

While being a law enforcement agent of ST. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the ST. Louis County Police Department, he became a certified instructor in the shoot house, tactical rifle, SWAT/URBAN warfare tactics, and defensive tactics. He and his team were responsible for all hostage and barricaded subjects incidents. When his unit wasn’t tactically deployed, they were responsible for self-initiating investigations regarding illegal gun possession, gang activity, and the illegal narcotics trafficking in the cities with the most violent neighborhoods.

 

While serving the US Marine Corps from 1989 to 1993, he served the First Gulf War, he was promoted twice with merit, he attended various courses, including the US Army Parachute School, the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO), and the Basic Engineer course. Fowkles, later on, earned his training in NSWF Combat Diver School and his advance Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia. His 1st ANGLICO course is a small unit parachute operations, including naval gunfire missions, reconnaissance, and air gunfire missions. Throughout these courses, non-encrypted and encrypted radios were used as well as a (MULE) laser designator.

 

His Interests/Hobbies

 

When Fowlkes is not working, he coaches his son’s hockey team. Other times, he is involved in the sport in another way. And his other interest/hobbies include volunteering, other sports, causes, and coaching.