Philip Diehl discussing U.S. Money Reserve on EPN’s Enterprise Radio

Philip Diehl is the President of the U.S. Money Reserve and the former U.S. Mint Director. He was chatting with Eric Dye for Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio.

The show acts as a platform for sharing products, services, experiences, and strategies among entrepreneurs, top executives, and small business owners. Diehl’s interview revolved around his leadership background, U.S. Money Reserve’s improved customer service and the future of the precious metal market. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve featured on EPN’s Enterprise Radio and US Money Reserve Austin TX, 78730

Diehl said that they turned what was backward agency into a real entrepreneurial one. They now have an efficient and satisfying customer service and have rolled out a new program for individuals who are retiring. Diehl is one of the most accomplished U.S. Mint Directors in history. He is the man behind 50 States Quarter program and the minting of the first-ever platinum coin to be issued by the U.S. government.

Through Diehl’s tremendous entrepreneurial talent and skill, U.S. Money Reserve has prospered to be one of the largest distributors of government-issued precious metal bars, bullion, and coins. This year, 2016, the U.S. Money Reserve started out an individual precious metals IRA program where customers can keep physical gold as a technique to protect their wealth for retirement. The customers will also benefit from the rise in gold prices.

Consumers are encouraged to go for the U.S. minted gold, silver, and platinum coins since the U.S. government supports them as legal tenders. The government also offers a guarantee that the minted gold coins are of the right content, weight and purity. Read more: US Money Reserve TV Commercials – and US Money Reserve – YouTube

It’s wise not to trust the paper money so much as they collapse and become useless when the government that had issued them collapses.

On the other hand, gold and precious metals are not at the mercy of governments. Since precious metals are rare and scarce not forgetting their finite amount, they can not be expanded for political or economic reasons.

The U.S. Money Reserve was founded on 2001. Many people in the U.S. have used the U.S. Money Reserve to acquire more assets in the form of precious metals mainly platinum, silver and gold.

The U.S. Money Reserve has excelled due to a well trained team of coin research and numismatic professionals who have the expert market experience in finding products that offer the highest profit for precious metals.

Click the following links to learn more about U.S. Money Reserve: