Dealing with U.S. Debt

In the past, United States debt had been front and center in news outlets and the general populations attention, though it seems like not many people are talking about it anymore. Many theorize that we’ve become complacent with our situation, to a point where we’re now used to living in debt. We as a nation…

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The Case for Precious Metals

Don’t look now, but the gold bulls are loose—and so are the silver, platinum, and palladium bulls. It’s a precious metals stampede!  Gold soared to a six-year high early in the week. Gold has risen 10% so far in 2019 and more than 8% in the last 30 days alone. Silver has risen 5% in the last month, and platinum is up 1%, while palladium has surged more than 15% since mid May.  Individuals poured into…

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U.S. Money Reserve Wins At 2016 Telly Awards

Prestigious award honors the best work among the media industry AUSTIN, Texas, July 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Telly Awards has named U.S. Money Reserve as a Bronze winner in the 37th Annual Telly Awards for the piece titled “Philip Diehl IRA.” The spot highlights the IRA and 401k plans available for simplified employee pension and health savings account. Regulated by…

Gold, Debt, & You

Gold prices hit a 6-year high last Friday, and continued to remain above the key level of $1,400 per ounce on Monday, June 24. Many see gold’s rally as a reaction to uncertainty in our nation’s economic stability, especially given the Fed’s decision last week to keep interest rates on hold and our growing national…

Gold’s Rise in Geopolitical Tensions

We’ve now seen gold not only move over a hundred dollars since May 6th but an additional $43 just yesterday. Tensions with Iran and looming financial uncertainty threaten possible economic decline for the U.S. economy, meaning that gold could rise even more. Join Coy Wells and Patrick Brunson as they discuss these issues and their…