U.S. Money Reserve Releases Helpful Reading Material for Investors
Recently, the U.S. Money Reserve, known as America’s Gold Authority, published an eBook as a response to the political and global turmoil. The book is called The 2017 War of Nerves: Global Risk and Your Money. Those who downloaded the eBook were also offered 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle Coins, which were available at a limited-time price. This special report is available online, and its focus is to educate concerned Americans about the state of the economy. The eBook also explains how to be protected from economic risk and asserts that people can grow their money by investing in gold, since the precious metal is a financial safety net during times of global financial uncertainty.
Trade wars and global upset in the financial sector seems to be in the news in some form or another every day. Some money experts are even noticing a “perfect storm” of economy upheaval on the horizon, which is why the U.S. Money Reserve is providing new customers with the chance to buy the 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle Coins at cost. The Reserve anticipates that all the coins will sell out at the special price that is now offered.
Philip N. Diehl, the president of U.S. Money Reserve, says that gold has been a safe investment around the world for a very long time. He also shares that this is the reason that the price of gold goes up during economic hardship. Diehl asserts that this precious metal is tangible and continues to maintain its value, which is why gold is a financial tool approved by the government to protect savings, whether investors are obtaining the goal for business or personal financial gain. Diehl is also seen as one of history’s most accomplished U.S. Mint Directors, and has come to be a trusted source for financial advice in the precious metals market, which led him to his leadership position at the U.S. Money Reserve.
To download the eBook from U.S. Money Reserve, visit www.usmoneyreserve.com/ebook-war-of-nerves. For additional information or to speak with someone from the U.S. Money Reserve, visit the organization website as www.usmoneyreserve.com or contact Lacy Rushin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Christol Farris at 512.583.6542 or email@example.com.