Philip Diehl, current President of U.S. Money Reserve just talked with Entrepreneurial Podcast Networks Enterprise Radio host Eric Dye. The show focuses on entrepreneurs, small business owners and successful executives who share the experiences and strategies.
Diehl talked about his leadership, U.S. Money Reserve’s push on customer service, and his prediction of the future of gold. Diehl was a former U.S. Mint Director.
Philip Diehl is thought of as one of the most accomplished U.S. Mint Directors, because of his 50 states quarter program and minting the first U.S. government Platinum Coin. He claims to have turned a dysfunctional mint into a major entrepreneurial agency. While at the Mint, Diehl made a goal of improving customer service his priory goal. Read more: US Money Reserve | LinkedIn and US Money Reserve | CrunchBase
At the U.S. Money Reserve, he has used the same principals of high quality customer service to make the company one of the largest distributors of government issued precious metal bullion, bars and coins.
They currently offer a precious metals IRA plan where clients can actually hold physical metals in their plans. Investors can benefit from U.S. minted gold, silver and platinum coins because they are backed by the government. This guarantees gold content, weight and quality.
U.S. Money Reserve
U.S. Money Reserve was started in 2001. It is one of the largest private distributors of U.S. Government issued gold, silver and platinum coins. Thousands of people use U.S. Money Reserve to help them successfully diversify their investment portfolios. They go above the standards for customer service and quality products. They are based in Austin, Texas.
They offer precious metals ownership through bullion coins, certified coins and bars. They only sell precious metals from trusted mints.
These include the U.S. Mint, Perth Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, Austrian Mint and South African Mint. Owning precious metals can protect your portfolio from volatility in the stock market, declines in the U.S. Dollar and other economic instability.
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