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When We Succeed, We Succeed Together.


Written by Angela Roberts

Feb 24, 2022

If there’s one thing I’ve learned as a CEO, it’s this: Our chances of success are always greater when we work together. Whether it’s as a small group working on a single project, as a department working toward a common goal, or as a whole company working to serve our clients better each day, we reach greater heights as a team.

Look in the news lately, and you’ll see the same thing: It’s all about relationships. Right now, the situation in Eastern Europe is in center spotlight, with markets reacting and analysts making predictions while the rest of the world watches the situation unfold and wonders what will happen next and how the rest of the world’s nations will react. Relationships matter.

At U.S. Money Reserve, one relationship matters more than any other: our relationship with our clients. Because only by working closely with you are we able to succeed.

Our clients’ trust is what helps set U.S. Money Reserve apart from the competition.

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There are many factors that help set U.S. Money Reserve apart. We’ve been in business for more than 20 years, have shipped more than 3.8 million coins to our clients, and have conducted more than $2.3 billion in trusted transactions. But none of that would be possible—none of it would have any true meaning—if it weren’t for our clients.

Your trust in me, our Account Executives, and the rest of the U.S. Money Reserve team is what has allowed us to grow as much as we have over the last two decades. In turn, that growth has allowed us to find new and exciting ways to serve you, whether through our Knowledge Center, live radio broadcasts, or our rapidly expanding IRA Division.

Without you, none of this is possible.

Just like U.S. Money Reserve, gold has seen impressive growth over the last 20 years.

Our main goal as a company is not to grow—it’s to serve our clients as best we can. Our growth over the last 20 years has been the result of those efforts and the trust that our clients have placed in us in return. But we’re not the only ones seeing returns.

As I write this, gold is sitting steadily at over $1,900/oz. In October 2000, gold was just under $264/oz. In just over 20 years, gold has increased more than 600%. This has helped savvy buyers grow their own precious metals portfolios, build more comfortable retirements, and create legacies than can be left for future generations.

Gold has historically been used as a store of wealth, a form of generational wealth, and a hedge against some of the same market factors we’re experiencing today. And while no one can say for certain what the future holds for gold prices, I can tell you that we will continue to provide you with market insights and other important information to help you make the most educated decisions possible for your portfolio.

Thanks to your loyalty, we now offer more services than ever before.

Thanks to the trust our clients put in U.S. Money Reserve, we have been able to grow not only our organization but our offerings as well. Our IRA Division, which helps our clients diversify their retirement portfolios with physical precious metals, continues to grow.

In addition, we have continued to offer new and updated special reports, blogs, videos, and more in our online Knowledge Center and on our YouTube channel. We even launched a radio broadcast that brought together two former U.S. Mint Directors to discuss our nation’s debt and other important financial topics. Again, none of this would have been possible without the trust of you, our clients—both in us and in the power of owning physical precious metals.

Our chances of success, in business as well as in life, are always higher when we work together. Looking back at the last 20 years, I can’t wait to see what we accomplish together in the future.


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