It is truly a growing group. Experts the world over are beginning to realize that the best way to safeguard an investment is to buy gold coins. Diverse individuals such as billionaire George Soros and former Mint Director Philip Diehl each agree on this principle. As a matter of face, Diehl was interviewed over a podcast network and invited to share his views about the benefits of owning gold coins, and here is a summary of that interview.
Philip Diehl was first of all asked how is his leadership background with the U.S. Mint qualified him as the president of the U.S. Money Reserve. He said that his experience as the 35th director of the U.S. Mint equipped him for his current position because it introduced him to the whole fascinating world of bullion coins. He said that the U.S. Mint sells the most bullion coins in the world.
The next question Mr. Diehl was asked was regarding what he considered the most rewarding aspect of his job. He responded by noting how he has made a gallant attempt to establish a high level of commitment among himself and his associates. They all desire to establish an effect customer service policy, and Diehl elaborated on that by noting that his firm has one of the best return policies in the business.
Another question that Philip Diehl fielded was in regards to how the U.S. Money Reserve differentiates itself from its competitors. He responded by noting how again, he felt it was because of their superior commitment to customer service. He said that he keeps extremely busy serving on a number of different boards and thus he had the opportunity to thoroughly study his competition. He said that the U.S. Money Reserve depends very strongly on the bullion that has been produced by the U.S. Mint. He was also asked why a person should own gold produced by the U.S. instead of just regular gold bars, and Diehl said that the main reason is because the gold is legal tender and has the most potential to experience a significant increase in price.
Diehl has had a long history in the numismatic fields. Prior to his work with the mint he served as chief of staff of U.S. Treasury Department and as a staff director for many different finance committees. He has much experience in precious metals. To listen to more of this podcast, simply click here.
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