U.S. Money Reserve is a giant in the gold, silver, and the platinum rare coin market. Angie Koch is the CEO of the company, and Philip Diehl is the president. Diehl is a well-known figure in the currency industry. He is a former director of the U.S. Mint and is a former staff director for the Senate Finance Committee.
Diehl is the person responsible for introducing the 50-state quarter program to the country, and he is knowledgeable about the gold and silver market. According to Glassdoor, Angie Koch is responsible for overseeing every aspect of the U.S. Money Reserve operation and she has recently been named a contributing blogger for the Huffington Post.
Koch will blog about several topics. Some of those topics include wealth management, leadership roles, corporate cultural and the gold market, according to an article published by PRNewswire.com.
The gold market is on fire in the investment industry this year. The price of gold jumped 18 percent in the first quarter of 2016. Investors around the world are buying gold and selling reputable stocks.
There seems to an undercurrent traveling through the investment industry, and that undercurrent is filled with speculation about an economic downturn in the United States.
Some investors believe the bottom could fall out of the stock market in the fourth quarter of 2016. Diehl and Koch think rare gold coins should be part of every investor’s portfolio and they should be included in an US Money Reserve as well.
Koch first blog with the Huffington Post wasn’t about an economic slump or the price of gold. Koch wrote about the Democratic and Republican conventions and the role that women play in inspiring other women. US Money Reserve talked about the strong women that took the stage during both conventions and how they garnished the attention of every person that attended those functions.
The title of her post was, “Three Ways the Political Conventions Empowered Women,” and it was a moving piece of writing. Angie wrote about the notable moments as well as the newsworthy comments in both conventions.
She focused on the women speakers that did get their points across in a clear and concise manner. But that’s is how Angie Koch operates. She is a straight shooter and no-nonsense leader that cares about her business, her gender, and her country. Angie will blog for HuffPo on a regular basis.