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U.S. Money Reserve Reviews — and the Company’s President, Philip N. Diehl — Explain the Critical Role Physical Gold Assets Can Potentially Serve in a Portfolio

by Staff GBAF Publications Ltd
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U.S. Money Reserve Reviews — and the Company’s President, Philip N. Diehl — Explain the Critical Role Physical Gold Assets Can Potentially Serve in a Portfolio

According to a Gallup poll released in May, the percentage of consumers who view gold as the most beneficial long-term investment—beating out stocks and bonds—nearly doubled between 2022 and 2023, rising from 15% to 26%.

Gold, according to U.S. Money Reserve President Philip N. Diehl, is often viewed as security against economic and political upsets.

“Gold has played this role in people’s lives for hundreds, if not several thousand years,” Diehl says. “It should be part of a balanced portfolio that protects your wealth, come what may.”

In one of the U.S. Money Reserve reviews shared on the company’s website, Katie, a portfolio holder from Texas, says she decided to include precious metals in her savings approach because she had lost some confidence in the economy.

“I decided to diversify mainly because of where we are as a nation, with our debt that the government has and the [purchasing power] of the dollar and how [that] continues to drop,” Katie explains. “You need a whole basketful of different ways of preserving or creating wealth. Gold and silver are a way of doing that.”

Robert E., in one of the U.S. Money Reserve reviews posted on the Better Business Bureau website, thanks the company for helping him establish a precious metals individual retirement account.

“Having someone watch over what is going on and helping me to diversify my portfolio is priceless,” Robert says. “The help I received makes me sleep comfortably, knowing I was able to lock in my life savings.”

To find out more about incorporating gold into your portfolio, including how to open a precious metals IRA, call 1-888-356-7074 to speak with a U.S.-based U.S. Money Reserve Account Executive.


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