The US Money Reserve and the Drive to Advance Investment in Gold

US Money Reserve has taken its efforts to educate the public on the trade in gold several notches higher with the launch of a new Direct Response TV show. In the new show, a panel of three renowned experts will discuss issues surrounding the international trade in gold while viewers will also be able to call the show and interact directly with the panelists in case they have any questions that they want to be answered. Learn more about US Money Reserve:

The 28-minute show was scheduled to air in 2016 as part of the activities lined up for the 2016 Gold Summit that took place in Los Angeles. It featured a host of stars including the famous Larry King who was the moderator for the show.

Also present at the show was Michael Reagan who is the son of former US president Ronald Reagan. In his speech delivered right at the beginning of the show, Michael Reagan dwelt on the efforts and passion of his father in promoting the trade in Gold across the states during the time when he served as the president.

The three panelists on the sow were John Rothans, a Master Numismatist from the US Money Reserve, Philip Diehl, Chairman of the ICTA and president of the US Money Reserve as well as Brad Castillo who once served as the Vice President in charge of sales at US Money Reserve.

PR Newswire stated that The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001, and since its launch, it has grown and flourished to become one of the biggest private distributors in the world for both US government issued gold as well as gold issued by foreign governments.

In addition to gold, the U.S. Money Reserve also deals in platinum and silver legal tender products. Thousands of clients drawn from all across the states rely on the U.S Money Reserve when it comes to the diversification of their assets by supplementary portfolios in the metal trade since it is more robust and very resistant to economic upheavals.

The official headquarters of the Money Reserve are located in Austin, Texas although it has branches and offices scattered throughout most of the major American cities.

In addition to the actual trade in gold, platinum, and silver, the US Money Reserve also provides expert advice and guidance to hundreds of thousands of clients drawn from all parts of the world who wish to venture into the metal trading market and want to do so without incurring any risks.