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U.S. Money Reserve issues U.S. Minted coins to Individuals

On February 2nd, 2016, the current U.S. Money Reserve President Philip Diehl had a discussion with the host Eric Dye for the Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio. They discussed the future of the gold market and the astounding satisfaction that the improved customer service has brought to the firm. Learn more about US Money Reserve: and

The show is a channel for executives, small business owners, and entrepreneurs who want to share their strategies, services, products and ideas in business. Diehl is one of the most successful U.S. Mint Directors proud of achieving the 50 States Quarter program and first-ever U.S. government-issued platinum coin.

Diehl’s entrepreneurial skills have transformed the US Money Reserve to a real entrepreneurial agency. They have worked incredibly hard to improve the customer service for the last six years. The firm has become one of the largest distributors of the U.S. government-issued precious metal bullion, bars, and coins.

The U.S. Money Reserve has started an IRA program directed to individuals to hold precious metals physically as a means of wealth protection. The individuals can benefit from any rise in gold prices too.

With the U.S. minted gold, silver, and platinum coins, one is guaranteed of the gold content, weight and purity. The U.S. government also backs U.S. minted coins as legal tender.

Central banks of the eastern nations like Russia, China, India, Mongolia, Thailand, and Turkey are protecting themselves through stockpiling yellow metal in their reserves.

These countries are trying to diversify from the U.S. dollar. Experts have said that the value of the dollar will begin to fall in the next five years due to geopolitical changes happening all over the world and the trillions that have been released in hopes of enhancing recovery. Buying gold will act as a hedge to preserve one’s buying power. Read more: In Recognition Of The 75th Anniversary, The U.S. Money Reserve And The U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Combine Efforts To Raise A Bronze Lone Sailor Statue At Pearl Harbor

The demand will support the rising price of gold in future. Gold will always be relevant due to its finite amount and scarcity. Gold is more stable as compared to paper money. Paper money can collapse and become worthless if the government that supports it fails. The demand for gold has increased by 70% from 2004 to 2013.

The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001. It has its offices in Austin, Texas. Its well trained professional personnel has excellent knowledge in the market to determine the products that offer the highest potential returns for precious metal buyers.