To learn about finance and investing, it is best to listen to the experts. The Entrepreneurial Podcast Network does enjoy bringing financial experts on board as guests on Enterprise Radio. The president of U.S. Money Reserve, Philip N. Diehl, recently spoke at length about a number of subjects on the show.
U.S. Money Reserve is an Austin, TX company that sells precious metal coins. A lot of interest exists in the world today in regards to the buying, selling, and long-term investment holding of gold. Diehl’s interview covers a number of interesting angles regarding gold coins. The relatively short interview is one that provides a wealth of information.
Diehl is absolutely worth listening to as he does possess a tremendous amount of experience in the coin industry. Prior to becoming the president of U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl served as a very active chief executive (director) at the U.S. Mint. By “active”, it is meant that Diehl did not simply run the department in the traditional manner.
Diehl now brings his unique qualifications to the day-to-day operations of U.S. Money Reserve. The company is reaping major benefits from the affiliation. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.linkedin.com/company/u-s-money-reserve
The interview focuses on more than just the nuts and bolts of running a company. Diehl mentions a few things the listener might not know about gold coins.
Bars and bullion are, literally, worth their weight in gold provided they are 99.9% pure. Fake gold falls well below that level of purity. During his interview, Diehl revealed that there is major trouble with counterfeit gold bars and bullion coming into North America from foreign markets. By buying gold coins made by the U.S. Mint, no one has to worry about the coins being fake. U.S. Money Reserve deals with legitimate coin produced by the U.S. Mint. Nothing in its inventory is even close to being counterfeit.
Other incredibly interesting items are noted on the interview. Read the PR Newswire article that sums up a few of its points. Then, give the whole interview a listen.
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