Philip Diehl, president of US Money Reserve, was recently interviewed in a podcast on his thoughts about gold as an investment, and the industry in general. As president of US Money Reserve Diehl has developed a keen insight in to the world of precious metals and can offer unique insights on this market. For investors looking to diversify their investments, and hedge against possible geopolitical instability Diehl recommends buying bullion coins from US Money Reserve.
While it may seem obvious that he would say to buy from his own company it comes from a good place. US Money Reserve is the largest distributor of United States government issued gold, silver, and platinum coins. These coins are guaranteed in weight and purity by the federal government. This guarantee can help give investors peace of mind and confidence that they are indeed getting what they paid for. There have been recent scandals from some less than honest overseas distributors who were caught selling counterfeit gold rounds. These gold rounds were extremely sophisticated fakes and could only be caught by experts.
Another reason to purchase bullion coins through US Money Reserve is that they are legal tender, unlike gold bars or other forms of the precious metal. Finally, US Money Reserve prides itself on having the best return policy in the industry. Diehl is sure of this as he sits on three different boards, making him intimately familiar with his competitors.
US Money Reserve further differentiates itself with a commitment to customer service that is unheard of in the industry. This excellence and drive to help ensure that the customer is satisfied has led to many lifelong customers. US Money Reserve also recently began offering a self-directed precious metals IRA. This allows investors to create their own retirement account with gold, silver, and platinum in order to better suit their retirement needs.
All of these factors have led to high consumer confidence in US Money Reserve. Much of this can be attributed to the leadership of Diehl. Prior to his position at US Money Reserve he was director of the US Mint. Here he significantly expanded distribution by adding operations on every continent, including Antarctica. He also preached customer service constantly to his team members to the point that the government agency was being ranked among top private businesses for excellence in customer service.