U.S. Money Reserve head convenes emergency meeting

Phillip Diehl is widely regarded as one of the most successful presidents of the United States Mint in the organization’s history. After leaving the life of public service, Diehl founded U.S. Money Reserve, the largest distributor of gold and silver currency in the United States today.

Recently, Diehl convened an emergency meeting of top-level gold industry officials to discuss current threats to the stability of the global financial system. He unveiled his recently compiled report, The U.S. Gold Report, which details the many current threats facing those who are invested in the U.S. economy.

Diehl has long cited such things as over-extended credit, the inflationary pressure of record-shattering U.S. sovereign debt and even the looming pension crisis as major factors that will dominate the U.S. economy going forward. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-money-reports-protect-wealth-140000082.html

Diehl says that, due to the well known inverse correlation between the dollar and the price of gold, the latter can form an effective hedge against runaway government spending and the inevitable inflation that follows. Diehl says that, due to gold’s ability to serve as a solid hedge against many kinds of volatility, it is one of the best forms of wealth insurance that anyone can own.

About U.S. Money Reserve

U.S. Money Reserve is the largest independent distributor of gold and silver coins produced by the U.S. government. Having been in operation for over 10 years, U.S. Money Reserve and its staff have thousands of collective man-years of experience, making the company the go-to source for gold and silver coinage.

The company features a 30 day money-back guarantee on all products it sells. And far from being a simple coin dealer, U.S. Money Reserve employs financial planners, investment experts and coin market researchers to ensure that their clients are able to make the best possible decisions regarding the purchase of gold coins.

U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2008 by Phillip Diehl. In the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis, Diehl saw that far too many Americans were effectively unhedged against systemic risk in the system. He sought to form a company that could help millions of Americans buy gold, thus providing one of the best forms of insurance against systemic financial collapse, a risk that became far more palpable to many in the wake of the housing market crash, which nearly imploded the U.S. economy.

U.S. Reserve continues its tradition of excellent service and delivering value-added customer experiences.