U.S. Money Reserve President, Phillip Diehl recently talked with Eric Dye about U.S. Money Reserve’s strong customer service, his leadership role and the future of gold. Eric Dye does the Entrepreneurial Podcast Networks Enterprise Radio show and had asked Diehl to present some ideas.
Diehl is a former U.S. Mint Director and has a lot of experience in the industry. His knowledge is impeccable. It participated in the 50 States Quarter program and the minting of the first U.S. government platinum coin. While with the Mint, Diehl was committed to improving customer service and the overall operations of the organization.
At U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl is as committed to high quality customer service as he was before. They are currently one of the U.S.’s leading distributors of government-issued precious metal coins’ bars and bullion. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.manta.com/c/mml8pv9/u-s-money-reserve-inc and http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-featured-on-epns-enterprise-radio-300213820.html
They currently offer a self-directed IRA program that permits customers to hold precious metals as a part of their retirement savings. U.S> minted coins are guaranteed as to their metal content, weight and purity. Gold prices are expected to continue to increase, as nervous investors look for a safe haven to put their money.
Precious metals have a long history of safeguarding wealth when the economic conditions are questionable. Over the past 10 years’ gold, silver and platinum have either held their value well or significantly outperformed other asset classes.
As economies around the world become more and more unstable, gold prices could reach record levels in the near future. Lately there has been news of many experienced investors moving more of their assets into U.S. Government issued gold. When fear of instability increases, so does the price of gold.
Thousands of people across the United States use U.S. Money Reserve to diversify their portfolios with physical metals. Their team has the expertise to help investors get the most for their money.
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