Unfortunately for many Americans, the gold coin industry has gained a sort of negative reputation that it probably does not deserve. Of course, this is bad for those who participate in the selling of precious coins. But perhaps the biggest loser is the American public itself, which has often been put off by the prospect of buying gold coins. The fact still remains that purchasing coins made of gold, silver and platinum is one of the best ways available to successfully diversify one’s portfolio and ensure against severe market downturns or financial collapse.
For over 15 years, U.S. Money Reserve has been the nation’s premier seller of precious coins. Unlike some of its less scrupulous peers, U.S. Money Reserve only deals directly with coins issued by the U.S. Mint. These are top-graded coins that are show-quality right out of the box. U.S. Money Reserve has also long guaranteed its customers’ satisfaction with a 30-day buy back guarantee. This is not a warranty. This is a guarantee that U.S. Money Reserve will repurchase any coin sold to any customer within 30 days of the purchase date, with no questions asked, for any reason or for no reason at all.
But these things, as important as they may be in an industry that has suffered from a slightly tarnished reputation, are not nearly as important as the fundamental reasons behind buying gold coins. Precious metals provide the single most potent way to ensure the financial security of average Americans, out of any investment strategy there is. Precious coins have a history, going back millennia, over which they have established an ironclad track record of performing better than any other asset through market downturns and even financial catastrophes that have taken out entire empires and financial systems.
Now, through purchasing coins with U.S. Money Reserve, the American public is a position to tap into this incredible source of financial stability and growth. One of the products that U.S. Money Reserve is offering its customers is a highly innovative retirement account called Self Directed Individual Retirement Accounts. These are a form of Individual Retirement Account that allow the customer themselves to determine the precise allocation of assets and what types of assets will be introduced into the mix. This gives complete control over the administration of the account to the account holder themselves. In an era where stock market returns have been anemic at best, this is a highly reassuring means of extending to the general public the same tools for portfolio diversification that have long been available to financial professionals and big money account managers.
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