When the annual collectable auto auction came to Scottsdale, Arizona this last month, it may be of no surprise that one of the booths at the 47th Barret-Jackson was run by US Money Reserve, a company who deals in collectables themselves. US Money Reserve’s collectables are gold and silver which are sold with the purpose of primarily wealth protection.
US Money Reserve’s car was a McLaren P1 GTR whose powerful engine and top acceleration capabilities made it one of the most popular vehicles showcased. It was well worth the time of most visitors to see this vehicle, but even more so were information packets that US Money Reserve representatives passed to them.
US Money Reserve is not just concerned about how investors buy precious metals from them, but also about why they should do it.
Gold and silver, the primary precious metals that US Money Reserve sells are always the most recommended hedge against disasters in the market, and US Money Reserve has a variety of products for various customer needs.
US Money Reserve put out an e-book about these economic disasters and two of the top threats to wealth comes from cyberattacks on bank accounts and other institutions, and government spending plus national debt which could mean big trouble coming soon.
Gold and silver provide assets that cannot be affected by interest rates, and their reliable both for the short-term and diversifying a retirement account into.
PR Newswire published an article that says US Money Reserve has strong credibility in the precious metals industry because their president is someone who has worked in both the public and private sector with accounting and minting, and he served as the 35th US Mint Director just prior to joining US Money Reserve.
That man is Philip N. Diehl who was credited for restoring the Mint to profitability out of fiscal operating debt, and also had one of the government’s first big interactive websites built for the agency.
Diehl has spoken at several gold conferences and the 2016 Gold Summit in which he explained how gold is not difficult to purchase and how it can be resold when markets recover and interest rates go down.
US Reserve even has charts listed on its current site that show how gold has moved up and down over the years. Diehl has helped customers understand the risks of buying gold and has made US Money Reserve’s customer service important so that products can be returned if they do not work out. To find out if gold or silver can protect your assets, you should visit www.USMoneyReserve.com.