US Money Reserve Podcast

Philip N. Diehl recently finished his term as the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint. It was here that this innovative man developed the 50 States Quarters program, which was a numismatist’s dream. Anyone who loved collecting coins as a child can appreciate this brilliant concept by Diehl. He also introduced the Sacagawea gold tone dollar coin which far surpassed the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin in popularity and common use. The Sacagawea dollar coin, again, a favorite of numismatist of any age who felt that the image of a Susan B. Anthony was not iconic in the style of Lady Liberty, an image gracing many American coins, whose graceful classical form could be admired by all.
Diehl has gone from the U.S. Mint to his home state of Texas where he is president of U.S. Money Reserve located in Austin. He brings to U.S. Money Reserve his commitment to outstanding customer service and his innovative and able mind which should propel U.S. Money Reserve to the heights of the after market gold and silver coin industry.
Diehl was recently interviewed by Eric Dye from Entrepreneur Podcast Network. In the interview Diehl stated that gold has always been a valuable hedge against an economic collapse, and he encourages investors to have gold and silver in their portfolios as a hedge against any economic downturn. Read the fully tarnscribed podcast or listen to the podcast here: Your text to link…
Diehl continues to stress the importance he placed on customer confidence and satisfaction which was his mantra when he served as director of the U.S. Mint. He also warned against the purchase of gold bullion instead of coins, stating that some bullion has been adulterated and the purity and governmental guarantee does not exist for bullion in the same way it exists for the coins sold by the U.S. Money Reserve.
Investors who feel that gold may not be a good investment should look back to 1972 when the price of gold was $63. an ounce.

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A Look at the Gold Coins Market and why George Soros Prediction of China’s Crisis Matters

The U.S. Money Reserve boasts to be one of the largest distributors of gold coins, silver and titanium. Philip N. Diehl is the president of the U.S. Money Reserve and an in an interview with Entrepreneur Podcast Network, he talked about all things gold coins.

Diehl on His Presidency

Diehl spoke about how being director of U.S. Mint prepared him for the job at U.S. Reserve. He explained that he already had knowledge of how the market works. He then told how he took the gold distribution network of the U.S. and expanded it to the rest of the world. People had better access to the services of the U.S. Reserve and also added an entrepreneurial factor to the agency.

Why Buy from U.S. Reserve

Most products the U.S. Reserve offers are gold, platinum, and silver coins produced by U.S. Mint. Diehl, in his interview, said that these products appeal to customers because they have the backing of the strongest economy in the world.

What sets the U.S. Reserve apart from its competitors is its brilliant customer service. The commitment that the employees have to serve customers is what makes them the best in the business. The bottom line is customer satisfaction.

According to Crunchbase, another incentive to buy gold from the U.S. Reserve is that customers know what they are getting.
People have the option of buying gold bullion or bars, but gold coins come with the guarantee of legal tender because a sovereign government’s mint is responsible for production.

Several factors have had an impact on the gold market. Diehl said the first cause was the 2008 financial crisis. He says that there was a lot of fear in the market at that time, and it impacted the price of gold.

George Soros on China

There is also the increasing value of the U.S. dollar that puts pressure on prices, especially in China. Billionaire George Soros also says that China is due for a financial crisis as its currency continues to lose value.

The Future of Gold

Diehl also took a look at the market in the next decade. He said there would be a major increase in demand and prices of gold coins. One cause of this is the political instability in major players like Brazil, India, China and Russia. According to Diehl, “We will see more of volatility in the world, meaning more turbulence.”

The dollar is also bound to go down at some point in time, and when it does, so will gold prices. A domino effect from this will be central banks buying more gold to protect their reserves against the weakening dollar. As long as the U.S. currency maintains its strength against other currencies, the demand for gold will continue to rise as it has been doing for the past 18-24 months.