US Money Reserve with George Soros

The U.S. money reserve gives consumers the option of purchasing precious metals as an investment. Metals are available for purchase through here. This reserve offers different precious metals including gold, platinum, and silver coins and is one of the nation’s largest distributors. According to Manta, they provide the highest valued coins that can provide profit opportunities in the future. Philip N. Diehl is the President of U.S. Money Reserve and he is considered one of the most influential U.S. Mint Directors of the modern era.

Before becoming president of the U.S. Money Reserve, Diehl served as a staff director of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee and as chief of staff of the U.S. Department of Treasury. He was nominated by President Bill Clinton to be Director of the United States Mint after serving for the U.S. Department of Treasury and the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. Diehl developed a thorough understanding of the monetary and fiscal policy by working with senior officials in the Executive Branch and on Capitol Hill. This knowledge continues to make an impact on Diehl’s work in the precious metals industry today.

When Diehl became Mint Director, he started a journey for a multi-year customer service overhaul that allowed the U.S. Mint to earn the second highest score on the University Of Michigan School Of Business Customer Satisfaction Index. This is where he launched the successful 50 States Quarter program and the Sacagawea Dollar, which was another extremely successful venture. Diehl also launched the Platinum American Eagle Bullion Coin during his time as Mint Director. Diehl’s efforts and work with this company increased their profits from $450 million to $2.5 billion in his last year as Mint Director.

After his work in Washington, D.C., Diehl returned to Texas where he is now president of the U.S. Money Reserve. Listen to interview hosted by Eric Dye with special guest Philip N. Diehl here as they discuss how Diehl’s leadership background qualifies him for the role of President of U.S. Money Reserve, how this reserve is different from its competitors, and why a person should own the coins this company issues.

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