This gold coin and the assimilation of gold coins is being touted as a hedge against another possible economic collapse when printed money will have zero value, but gold will always retain a certain value. Pundits, financial analysts, and experts, even George Soros are all warning about another economic collapse similar to or worse that what happened in 2007-2008. Soros recently sold out of many stock positions and decided to invest in gold but in Soros’ case he didn’t just buy gold coins, he bought a gold mine.
The Brexit gold coin has done well selling out its first production run in only two days, but for some, it has another downside besides the boring sides of the coin. The coin is now being minted on thinner gold which allows for a larger surface area, but the coin does not feel as substantial as coins minted in the regular thickness. Collectors of coins either keep them mounted on wall displays or in specially constructed locked and felt lined drawers, where the coins can be shown, appreciated and felt when handed to others by the collector. To heft even an ounce of silver is an experience, an ounce of gold even more so. All collectible coins have a value beyond the monetary; somewhere between jewelry and fine art.
The U.S. Money Reserve has been ably managed and directed by Philip N. Diehl, who was a previous Director of the U.S. Mint. While he was at the U.S. Mint, he was committed to efficiency and customer service. Diehl changed that bureaucracy into an efficient and money-making department of the U.S. Government. His commitment to customer service has continued in his new role in the private sector. For more information about silver and gold coins visit the U.S. Money Reserve website, usmoneyreserve.com
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