About the U.S. Money Reserve Team

Angela Roberts

Chief Executive Officer

Angela Roberts (fka Angela Koch) is the CEO of U.S. Money Reserve, one of the largest private distributors of government-issued gold, silver, platinum, and palladium precious metals. Angela oversees every aspect of operation, while setting culture and pace for the entire organization. With a proven background in business planning, strategy, mergers, acquisitions, and operations, Angela has an in-depth understanding of how to run a successful business and is credited with creating the analytic and KPI structure at U.S. Money Reserve. Believing strongly that the people make the business, Angela has positioned U.S. Money Reserve to be a trusted precious metal leader that always puts their customers and employees first. Learn more in her interview with Forbes here.
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When—Not If—is the Next Economic Crisis?

The only certain things in life are death, taxes, and, one could argue, another financial downturn. Recessions are inevitable. Some economists believe they’re a natural outgrowth of business cycles. Others maintain that booms and busts reflect the inherent cadence of capitalism and a market economy. Still others assert that downturns represent an outgrowth of excess…

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The Dog Days of Economic Growth

Each year we watch various heads of state assemble for a power yearbook photo at prominent locations like Washington, London, Toronto, Seoul, Cannes, Brisbane, Hangzhou and Hamburg. There are global round tables, strategic side meetings and broad announcements of international cooperation. The G20 (Group of 20)…

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The Lessons of 1994

The Lessons of 1994 By Angela Koch Back in 1994, a gallon of gas was about $1.09. A movie ticket was about $4 and the average cost of a new home in the United States was just under $120,000. But, presiding economic conditions, along with a few uncanny political events, and one major fiscal calamity offer…

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What’s in your IRA?

WHAT’S IN YOUR IRA? In a perfect world, you pay into Social Security your entire working life and your money is waiting when you reach retirement, right? Not so fast. Didn’t you get the memo? This is far from a perfect world and Social Security shortfalls are a concern for all Americans. The Individual Retirement…