U.S. Money Reserve Releases a self-directed gold holding program for individuals

Philip Diehl is the President of U.S. Money Reserve and transformed the U.S. Money Reserve to a more entrepreneurial agency. Philip, a former U.S. Mint Director, had a chat with Eric Dye for Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Entreprise Radio. Philip discussed the trends in the gold market, his history of leadership and the improvements the U.S. Money Reserve has done to improve its service to the customers.

Diehl achieved a lot when he was the U.S. Mint Director. He is responsible for minting the first-ever U.S. government-issued platinum coins and the 50 States Quarter program. At the U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl is on the frontline for making the firm one of the largest distributors of government-issued precious metal bullion, bars, and coins in the U.S.

The firm has begun a program directed to individuals to hold gold physically as a means of wealth protection upon retirement. Customers can also benefit from an increase in gold prices.

Ownership of precious metals has always been there in the past safeguarding wealth in times of economic crisis. Paper money is known to be dependent on the government that has issued it. When the government collapses, the currency becomes worthless. Read more:

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However, precious metals are never at the mercy of the governments due to their scarcity and finite amount. When everything fails, they are the true currencies left. Many people, therefore, have decided to have some part of their wealth in the form of the U.S. government-issued gold.

Customers are highly encouraged to go with the U.S. Minted gold, silver, and platinum coins because the U.S. government supports them as legal tenders. The government assures customers of quality content, weight and purity. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.ispot.tv/brands/Iyt/us-money-reserve and https://www.youtube.com/user/usmrwebvideos

The central banks of Eastern nations like China, Russia, India, Iraq, and Turkey, are protecting themselves by stockpiling gold and trying to flee from the U.S. dollar. Due to this kind of global politics, analysts have predicted that the price of gold is expected to rise. War, terrorism, nuclear threats create global unrest.

The tension Russia and Ukraine, China and Japan, nuclear force in Iran and North Korea have made many to buy precious metals for safety and stability just in case the situation becomes severe.

The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001 and is now one of the leading private distributors of U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum products.

With its offices in Austin, Texas, the firm has a team of highly trained professionals with vast market knowledge for finding products that will yield high profits for the precious metal buyers in the U.S.

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