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I mentioned in last month's newsletter that I'd contact the Mexican Mint to find out the mintage figures for the 2022 Mexican Silver and Gold Libertads. It wasn't the Mexican Mint I had to contact, it was the Banco de Mexico that I had to contact to get the numbers for the bullion coins.
I explained in my last newsletter that a friend of mine, Mel Kassenoff, who was a regular contributor to the World Coin Book, would often call them to ask them to update their numbers on the Libertads. Sadly, he died last year, and I never received the name of his contact.
However, shortly after I sent out the last newsletter, I sent Banco de Mexico an email asking them about the 2022 Libertad mintage figures, and for weeks I got no reply.
Near the end of January, I looked to see if the numbers had been updated on the Bank's website and they had, so all the guide's 2022 Gold and Silver Libertad Numbers are now updated.
Fractional Gold Mexican Libertad
1 kilo. Silver Mexican Libertad
1/2oz. Silver Mexican Libertad
1/4oz. Silver Mexican Libertad
1/10oz. Silver Mexican Libertad
1/20oz. Silver Mexican Libertad
I also sent out a blog post about this topic, and the U.S. Bullion mintages that were updated, see the blog post here.
First off, I'm a bit skeptical of the latest hiring data that came out in the latest jobs report.
I'm skeptical because for the last year, we've been dealing with increased inflation, and numerous sectors of the economy halting or slowing employing new people, especially in the service sector, which was the sector in the last report that showed the highest growth.
Second, I've read commentary about the Fed wanting to continue to raise the Federal Funds rate higher, Fed Hikes by 1/4 Point as Expected, Commits to More Rate Hikes, and I've read commentary about the Fed flashing signs that they will halt raising the Federal Funds rate, The Fed Is Already Flashing Signs It's Done Raising Rates,
The fact is that if Federal Reserve wanted to curb inflation, they'd raise the Federal Funds rate, which is now 4.75% above 6.5%, which is the United States' current rate of inflation, seen here.
You can expect Gold and Silver to continue to move up in price as long as rates continue to be high but stay below the rate of inflation.
A high Federal Funds rate will make investors think twice about taking more risks in stocks and look for safer bets or insurance for their portfolio.
While as long as the Federal Funds rate stays below the rate of inflation, gold, and silver will have support for higher prices because inflation will not be tamed, like what happened in the '70s.
Please be-aware that Supplies are low with many bullion dealers and other retailers below.
No matter what age you are, no matter where you are in life, the best thing you can do is get your heart and soul right with the Son of God = Jesus Christ. If you question that Jesus is God, pray to him (in his name), he answers everyone who prays to him with an honest heart.
If you did this, I know he answered you or will, depending on the nature of the prayer. Thank him when the prayer is answered, and keep talking to him, he wants to have a relationship with you.
We all know that this life will not last forever, but your spirit does, Jesus will give you eternal life all you have to do is believe. Learn about Jesus Christ and how he died and defeated eternal death through his resurrection so that you could have eternal life - here.
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father [God] except through me. John 14:6
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