U.S. Money Reserve was recently discussed on Enterprise Radio hosted by Eric Dye. Philip N. Diehl, President of U.S. Money Reserve, discussed the history of this firm, their principles, and the philosophies that contribute to the overall success of the nationÕs largest distributors of government-issued Gold, Silver, Platinum and coins.
When Diehl was asked to discuss his background in the precious metals market, he reminded Eric Dye that he was the Director of the U.S. Mint. During Bill Clinton’s Presidential term he appointed Philip Diehl as Director of the U.S. Mint. Diehl held his position for several years and considered that period of his career to be most rewarding and provided him the background and experience to head the U.S. Money Reserve.
U.S. Money Reserve stands out from its competitors because of the in-depth training provided to the staff, broad knowledge of all the golds in the world and the grades of gold and silver, and the history of precious metals relating to economic challenges around the world. U.S. Money Reserve prides itself on customer service. Their goal is not to acquire clients, but to offer superior service and maintain their client-base for decades to come. Their client base in numbers exceeds several hundred thousand members, and they have the staff and education to maintain their client base. One of DiehlÕs achievements has been the ever-popular 50 States Quarter Program, launching the first-ever U.S. Government-issued platinum coin.
When asked what he felt impacted the gold market over the last two decades, he quickly responded by saying, when people ask him this he focuses on four factors in which US Money Reserve must meet according to a report on PR News Wire. One is the 2008 financial crisis, and it created a lot of fear in the market, and when there is fear in the market, there is a flight to quality and wealth insurance, a store of value. Gold has played that role for thousands of years and it will for many decades and for centuries to come. Secondly a new demand from gold Gold ETF, Electronically Traded Funds.
Another factor is speculation and uncertainty of the direction of monetary policies from Federal Reserves. What ETF gave in the bull market before 2011 it took away in the bear market. The liquidity of ETF led to a lot of volatility in the market accelerating the downturn. Lastly the rising value of the dollar, which is an offset growing demand for gold. People donÕt realize that approximately 65% of the demand for gold are out of China and India.
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