The U.S. Money Reserve is the largest precious metal dealer in the country. They handle metals like gold, silver and platinum in the form of coins that have been weighed and its purity tested by the government. The clients who buy gold from the reserve can be rest assured that the coin bought contains the value grooved whether it is gold, silver or platinum. The coins are also considered to be official U.S. legal tender as they have been certified by the Congress. The President of the money reserve, Philip Diehl spearheads all operations in the reserve and is considered to be the most prominent US Mint directors of today.
Philip worked as the chief of staff of the Treasury before joining the Mint. He also operated as the director of the Senate Finance Committee and also as chief of staff of the US treasury before being nominated by President Bill Clinton to serve as the Director of Mint. His deep understanding of fiscal and monetary policy can be attributed to the fact that he worked closely with officials in his branch and on Capitol Hill. After joining the Mint, he overhauled the customer service department making the US Mint the second best among all federal agencies as a survey that was done by The University of Michigan.
The money reserve is the best solution to the current status of the unstable dollar according to George Soros a Billionaire financier. Currently, the reserve offers the one-ounce gold bullion coins which can be either the American Eagle, the South African Krugerrand, Canadian Maple Leaf and the Australia’s Philharmonic. The gold bullion bar can be either a one ounce, 32.15 ounces or a 10-ounce bar. Silver bullion in the U.S. Money Reserve include the American Eagle coin, 100 ounce Johnston Matthey bar, 500-coin monster box and the 90% Silver Bag. For more information on the denominations offered click here.
Philip other achievements on the money reserve apart from the customer services improvement are that he led the creation of the 50 states quarter program which came to be the most successful coin in the history of US. The coin sold more than any other coin ever produced by the reserve beating the Susan B. Antony Dollar and the platinum coin. The introduction of the new coin made enough profits for the money reserve up from $450 million to $2.5 billion during the final years. The president of the Mint is also a member of the Coalition for Equitable Regulation and Taxation and is also the co-founder of the Gold and Silver Political Action Committee.
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