The U.S. Money Reserve has received four awards from the Videographer Awards of 2016, for their role in the creative and production work. The Awards of Excellence are given to organizations which have accomplished projects that are written, shot, produced and edited in an exceptional manner. While receiving the award, the CEO of U.S. Money Reserve Angie Koch said the company was honored with the recognition that reflected the talent of the company’s media, marketing and production teams.
According to Manta, the three teams were incredible in bringing the business concept to life and often this was enabled by the participation of the U.S. Money Reserve’s loyal customers.
The Texas-based U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001 and has grown to become one of the largest distributors of precious metals in the world.
The agency handles hundreds of thousands of clients across the U.S. Most of these customers look for ways to diversify their assets with precious metals such as U.S. gold and silver coins. U.S. Money Reserve has the best teams for currency research and numismatic professionals with expert market knowledge. The agency provides a superior customer service equivalent to the one offered by the best American companies.
Since paper money is prone to both deflationary and hyper-inflationary pressures, precious metals are a good way to protect your wealth from losing value. 2016 is a year that experienced global economic problems in the first quarter of the year when China was forced to devalue its currency to attract international investors and imports. China is also facing a debt problem where according to Soros, the debt to asset ratio is more than twice.
The devaluation of the China’s Yuan and the repercussions around the world has forced investors to turn to gold as a save haven for their wealth. Several other economies around the world continue to struggle with an array of different issues that would eventually be a boost to the precious metals. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve featured on EPN’s Enterprise Radio
Many countries from Eastern Europe are stockpiling gold as the reserve currency and reducing their stocks of the dollar. Some countries including India, China, Russia, and Turkey have expressed commitment to increase the gold reserves going forward.
Well-known individuals such as George Soros have predicted that the world economy could be headed for a crash considering the various issues ranging from immigration, China’s debt, the Syrian crisis, and terrorism.
Soros has recently made bearish investment including buying shares from the gold miner, Barrick Gold Corp.