One of America’s largest distributors of government issued Gold, Silver and Platinum coins. The business was built on customer service, their trustworthiness, and knowledge of the market. Precious metals are an ever-rising commodity.
U.S. Money Reserve is monolithic in their efforts in providing customer service. They, of course, stay on top of gold reports, moment by moment, so they can best advise their hundreds of thousands of customers which gold investment would be best. Questions of whether an investment in coins or bullion or a mix of the two would best suit your portfolio.
It is well known that the U.S. dollar and gold move in opposing directions. Since 2011, gold has moved in the upward direction to a high of $1,900 per ounce due to the economy reaching major lows in America. The stock market is on a constant roller coaster ride with volatility affected by recent poor economics. During this period is where we have seen gold moving in a steady upward pulse.
The trend over the past few years as the economic downward swing has continued to lower interest rates, and the economy is just beginning to level out, interest rates may start to increase. The Federal Reserve has pumped trillions of dollars into the monetary system to attempt to buffer the decline in the dollar. Only time will tell if this move proves accurate. During this unsteady financial fluctuation, gold has been the place where many people chose to invest their funds for their future.
Banking institutions in the U.S. have experienced their worst period since the Depression of the 1930’s. The low-interest rates have almost put savings account holders of the average depositor at a minimum return on their investment. Interest rates are at an all-time low and people are choosing to withdraw their funds and move their money into gold.
The volatility of money around the world has removed many options for people to invest outside the U.S., and with high unemployment and the nation’s debt at an all-time high due to overspending; fear of the future is at a high. Most people are asking themselves where they should turn to ensure their future retirement would be there when they need their funds. Gold is the answer and who better to trust than U.S. Money Reserve. They are the experts, have been in the gold business for decades, and will be there throughout all monetary ups and downs.