A host of big names in the world of finance are buying gold. Worries about global currencies have definitely moved many into putting their dollars into the precious metal. Those who are not followers of the gold market may be wondering why gold continues to be a popular investment vehicle. Read more: Why Buy Gold and U.S. Money Reserve featured on EPN’s Enterprise Radio
The current conditions that existed now were in place decades before. In prior times, gold investing ran hot and cold with buyers. For the past 15 years, gold has been hot and hotter with buyers. EPN spoke with U.S. Money Reserve’s President Philip N. Diehl about gold buying. He had a lot to say about gold and his own career.
U.S. Money Reserve is a top seller of gold coins. The company distributes its coins to buyers all over the globe. Under Diehl’s leadership, the profile of the company has been raised. As a former Director of the U.S. Mint, Diehl does garner media attention. In his podcast interview, he shed light on the current super-high interest in gold buying.
Diehl suggests gold is a preferred option to those who worry about monetary policy. The Federal Reserve in the United States doesn’t have a clear monetary policy, which has worried scores of investors. Bulking up a portfolio with gold is one way to address the situation.
Also, when movers and shakers in the world choose to take a certain path, others follow. If a world-famous investor or hedge fund manager is buying up a lot of gold, people take notice. They also duplicate the steps.
During the interview, Diehl does cover a few other points related to gold investing. Interestingly, he gives several credible reasons why gold coins are better options than bars and bullion. U.S. Money Reserve mainly deals in U.S. government-backed coins.
The podcast also includes some background information on Diehl’s career. He spends time discussing the necessity for good leadership and customer service, traits he developed while running the U.S. Mint. Those traits are guiding the way U.S. Money Reserve operates, a good thing for both customers and employees.
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