Ricardo Tosto has written on watches, necklaces and bracelets for almost three years.
- Ricardo Tosto types at 77 wpm. He can produce about 20, 40-80 word texts in one hour alone, all with meticulous grammar and thorough research nonetheless.
- Ricardo Tosto is skilled in media and legal writing but also loves jewelry as a hobby.
- Ricardo Tosto charges3 cents per word.
- Modern gemstones are his favorite.
- Yes – Ricardo Tosto lives in Brazil.
Tosto has written and edited countless pieces for money treasuries and mints in many countries. He is also an expert on gold and silver mining, exports, price evaluations, inflations, currency exchanges and more. He is a thorough Brazilian grammar and syntax expert and can commit to writing or editing 300+ legal contracts and articles per month – on some days, more information click here.
Tosto’s Thoughts on Mints, Markets, More
Despite what Mainstream Media’s MSM may have told you, gold bull markets are still far from finished. In fact, they’re just starting. While misdirected financial sectors tell you that gold remains in a bubble that has long burst, central bankers and government organizations know that the fight is but far from over. Indeed, gold now moves towards the greater banking systems and not away from them. We know that many central banks now include net buyers of gold; their holdings increase as the need to diversify riskier assets and foreign bonds grows and contact him.
Central banks continue to build their treasury of gold. We’ll now add Kazakhstan’s bank to the growing list of bankers who wish to hold gold as part of the currency reserve. This central bank hopes to have at least 20 percent of its reserves held in gold; this is more than the current 14-15 percent that’s currently held. It plans to purchase more than 20 tonnes of gold in 2018, mostly from local producers. It wants to likewise cut its Euro holdings down to 25 percent from its current 30 percent. Kazakhstan’s central bankers are the most to build gold holdings as are Colombia, Mexico, China, Russia, and South Korea and Ricardo Tosto’s lacrosse camp.