A January 23, 2016, podcast interview of Philip N. Diehl, Present of U.S. Money Reserve by Enterprise Radio host Eric Dye delivered a valid case for owning gold coins. A brief overview of Mr. Diehl’s background is enough to realize when it comes to being an expert about silver, gold, and platinum US coins he is the real deal.
Chief of Staff of the U.S. Department of Treasury; Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee; Nominated by President Bill Clinton to be Director of the United States Mint. Mr. Diehl’s experience working with senior officials in the Executive Branch and on Capitol Hill developed his understanding of fiscal and monetary policy which is the foundation of his current work in the precious metals industry.
Now the director at U.S. Money Reserves, Philip Diehl is proud that he has brought this style of leadership and accomplishment to this position. What he is most proud of is the U.S. Money Reserves stands behind its return policy and customer service which he says is, “Better than the U.S. Mint.” U.S. Money Reserves only sells U.S. Government issued silver, gold and platinum legal tender bullion coins, backed by the full power of the federal government. Other forms of precious metals aren’t always what they seem. Unscrupulous dealers may try to pass off counterfeits that are almost impossible to catch.
What goes up, must come down. The dollar has increased in values in the 18-24 months, which is unsustainable. When the dollar weakens, the demand for gold increases.
George Soros is warning of an impending financial market crises. Philip Deihl agrees that that the economic downturn in China, India, and Brazil create international uncertainty, Gold has been and will continue to be the best insurance against uncertain times.