Why Gold Prices Can Remain Resilient, According to the World Gold Council

Gold has had a pretty favorable year. Despite tempered buying across China, India, and many emerging central banks, the price of gold has “risen close to 20%” this year, notes the World Gold Council (WGC). This price increase is due, in part, to shifting perspectives on normalizing U.S. interest rates as the Fed has teetered…

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U.S. Money Reserve’s CEO Honored with Exclusive Interview on Enterprise Radio

On October 21, U.S. Money Reserve’s CEO Angela “Angie” Koch was honored with an interview on Enterprise Radio, the Entrepreneurship Podcast Network’s (EPN) signature show. From the type of workplace she cultivates to her philosophy on getting to know U.S. Money Reserve’s clients, Koch offers relevant advice for business leaders around the globe. Whether you’re…

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U.S. Money Reserve’s CEO on How to Safeguard Your Wealth

Increased economic instability. Brexit. Unemployment. Slow growth. These are all reasons to take steps to protect your family’s future, says U.S. Money Reserve CEO Angela “Angie” Koch in Why It’s Imperative to Protect Your Future. Featured on HuffingtonPost.com, Koch’s article speaks to the threat these current matters pose and provides tips for reducing your chances…

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Philip N. Diehl Appointed Chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets

Current U.S. Money Reserve president and former U.S. Mint Director, Philip N. Diehl, was appointed chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) at the association’s Board of Director’s meeting at the end of August. ICTA is a nonprofit association that supports the rare coin, paper money, and precious metals industry, with over 30…

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