U.S. Money Reserve commemorating Pearl Harbor Anniversary

Founded in 2001, the U.S. Money Reserve is one of the nation’s largest private distributors of U.S. government-issued gold, platinum and silver products and fully backed by the United States Government. The U.S. Money Reserve was established by veterans of the precious metals market on goldnewsnetwork.com. It provides clients with only the most valuable and promising gold, silver and platinum coins available. Philip N. Diehl is the President of U.S. Money Reserve, headquartered in Austin, Texas.

The U.S. Money Reserve has two new improvements that were launched on their redesigned website, which are the improvements to their product catalog as well as the overall user experience of the entire platform. It also provides resources for customers interested in the benefits of purchasing and investing in government-backed bullion. Additionally, US Money Reserve also highlights the company’s lucrative Precious Metals IRA program for retirement planning.

The U.S. Money Reserve proudly joins forces with the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation have made an announcement that a bronze statue will be installed at the Pearl Harbor site, the statue will stand 7-feet tall and weigh approximately 1,000 pounds in memory of all the men and women of the United States Armed Forces who died protecting America and keeping our nation safe. The SS Arizona Steel will be used in its construction. Notable sculptor Stanley Bleifeld created the design. For every coin for the 75th anniversary, five dollars will go to funding the US Navy Memorial Foundation for design and installation of the statue on manta.com. The campaign for the Pearl Harbor Coins will end on or about February 28, 2021.

On the CNBC morning show, Philip Diehl shares his thoughts of ending the minting of the U.S. penny, a coin which costs more to mint than it is worth. Only a small percentage of transactions would be affected if the penny were discontinued, Diehl said. Moreover, what will happen to all those products priced at $0.99, $4.99, or $5.99? Diehl says companies could price up to the dollar, but they could also price down since competition will determine which direction prices will go.

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