U.S. Money Reserve President Philip Diehl discusses gold market on entrepreneur podcast
Diehl is considered one of the most accomplished U.S. Mint Directors in history and is responsible for feats like the 50 States Quarter program and the minting of the first-ever U.S. government-issued platinum coin. In the interview he recalls the transformation of the U.S. Mint during his tenure.
"We turned what was a pretty backwards agency and turned it into a real entrepreneurial agency. One of the hallmarks of that was making a six-year commitment to improving customer service," says Diehl. "We eventually matched the very best in American business in terms of customer satisfaction."
Since becoming president of U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl has used the same entrepreneurial principles and commitment to customer satisfaction to make the company one of the United States' largest distributors of government-issued precious metal bullion, bars, and coins. This year, U.S. Money Reserve began a self-directed precious metals IRA program where customers can hold physical gold as a means of wealth protection for retirement while benefitting from any rise in gold prices.
Consumers should choose U.S. minted gold, silver, and platinum coins because they are legal tender backed by the U.S. government. With U.S. minted gold coins, you are guaranteed its gold content, weight and purity. And with the expected volatility in the markets, the price of gold is expected to increase.