The 2017 War of Nerves: Global Risk and Your Money was released as an eBook by the U.S. Money Reserve as a response to the continuing political and global unrest. This book was written to educate Americans about protecting money and the risks in global economics through gold ownership. It is also available online for those that wish to read it. There is a storm for economic risk brewing as global threats increase and trade wars threaten.
The U.S. Money Reserve is offering to sell one-tenth of an ounce Gold American Eagle Coins at their cost, to new customers. It is expected that the coins’ inventory will sell out completely. The price of gold rises drastically when the economy is uncertain because it is less prone to the volatility which makes it considered safe for protecting savings when there is a high risk of loss. Diehl, U.S. Money Reserve President, is still a trusted source when it comes to the metals market being the most accomplished U.S. Mint Director in history.
The U.S. Money Reserve is the U.S. government’s largest private distributor of platinum, gold and silver products. It has become one of the world’s largest private distributors of both foreign and U.S. issued currencies since its 2001 founding. It is relied on by thousands of people across the country to diversify assets primarily with precious metals. It has six facilities in the United States and is considered a national icon.
New York’s West Point Military Academy is where almost all the platinum, gold and silver coins in the U.S. are minted. The coins have some cherished and evocative designs on them by accomplished engravers. The currency director of the U.S. Money Reserve is Philip N. Diehl. The team is trained in unique areas and has numismatic and coin research professionals. The knowledge of the market allows them to find something for every level of precious metal buyer. The goal is to have long term relationships with all the customers. It is based in Austin, Texas.
Philip N. Diehl created the program of the fifty states quarter and launched the first Platinum coin from the U.S. Government, and is one of the most influential directors of the U.S. Mint.