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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Keeping Up With Gold Demand

Despite all my experience in the precious metals market, I still have times when I am surprised by market circumstances. This has been especially true lately, when massive gold demand unexpectedly hit the U.S. Mint.   Gold entered 2021 coming from a fantastic 2020. It’s hard to understate the momentum gold began this year with.…

Congress, The Fed, and the Dollar

Two key events happened just before last year ended that should not be ignored, even if the news cycle has moved past them. The consequences and effects of these events will remain relevant and could have major outcomes for the dollar going forward. One of the two events was an announcement from the Federal Reserve.…

Palladium Prices Could Be Set to Soar

For many people, “precious metals” typically means gold or silver. While both can be great additions to today’s portfolios, they are not the only ones to consider. Palladium, a silvery-white precious metal in the platinum family, has been making major headlines recently. Like gold, palladium achieved record highs in 2020. And according to analysts at…

Retirement Readiness

How well are Americans prepared for retirement? It is a question that has been on my mind lately as I have spoken with many people who are unsure about their financial futures. The Federal Reserve has some interesting data on the matter that they released in May of this year. In their annual “Report on…

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Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters

The ultra-high unemployment from April may seem like a distant memory, but unfortunately for many, it is all too much of a bitter present. Too many Americans across our country are still jobless and facing bleak employment prospects. The national unemployment rate is still far above where it was in February. In February, the nation’s…

GNV: What Could the Fed Do Next?

What Could the Fed Do Next?

After the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting, Chairman Jerome Powell stayed consistent with his previous statements. He continued to advocate for more stimulus from Congress. He reiterated the Fed’s pledge to keep interest rates in the current near-zero range. Yet, Powell not only emphasized the Fed’s motivation to do more, but he also deliberately left…

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The Case for Gold: Election 2020

One week from today, we should know which direction the country has chosen for the next four years. Until then, our clients have been clamoring for physical gold like never before. Whether they are looking into rolling over an IRA, transferring a 401(k), moving out of cryptocurrency, or just adding to an existing diversified position…

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Gold Is Gaining Prominence

The view of precious metals as a necessary asset to help diversify a heathy portfolio is popular among seasoned professionals in the financial sector. Looking at their reasoning can give us valuable insights on a modern portfolio. Financial institutions such as UBS and Citigroup have recommended gold recently. In September of this year, the regional…

Fiscal Deficit Blocks & Dollar Bills

The Deficit, the Dollar, and the Ugly Truth

Retirement has become more complicated in today’s world. Traditional retirement safe havens aren’t what they once were. Dollars and Treasurys, mainstays of any retiree’s portfolio, have been dealt a blow that can diminish their power over time. The U.S. budget deficit for fiscal 2020 was a massive $3.1 trillion. According to the Congressional Budget Office,…