Philip Diehl Reflects On The Past And Future Of Precious Metal Currency

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In an interview with host Eric Dye for Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio Philip Diehl discussed his entrepreneurial approach to business.

Diehl spoke of his experiences as the head of the US Mint and his current job with US Money Reserve – as well his thoughts on the prospects of the gold market – on the podcast which offers business professionals from upstart entrepreneurs to top executives a place to share their knowledge, expertise, experiences and information on their latest projects. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://about.me/usmoneyreserveinc

As a well respected former director of the US Mint Philip Diehl spearheaded such innovative programs as the 50 state quarters and the first U.S. coin minted in platinum.

His accomplishments since leaving that job have been quite impressive as well but Diehl spent time in the interview discussing his memories. He referred to that era of the US Mint’s history as a time of change. He spoke of assessing the needs of the department then and recognizing that in order to implement the organization and forward thinking that the US Mint desperately needed, customer service had to be the top priority.

In approaching his role as the head of US Money Reserve Philip Diehl takes the same customer oriented ideas and uses them to make decisions about the company’s future. Development of their new previous metal IRA program comes from focusing on the needs of potential client’s and offers them the option of using gold as a retirement investment and even allows them to benefit when the price of what they invest goes up.

To ensure that an investment in precious metal is sound Philip Diehl and the US Money Reserve recommend that all instemengs into precious metal be made towards buying government minted currency, because the weight and purity is guranteed and government backed. US Money Reserve is one of the largest private distributors of government issued precious metal currency including bars, bouillon, and coins.

Their clients use the services of US Money Reserve to diversify their assets and in turn the company provides them with expertise and excellent customer service while monitoring their investment.