The U.S Money Reserve is launching a new television show titled “2016 Gold Summit”. The show will have a run time of 28 minutes and takes place in the Gold Summit located in Los Angeles. Larry King will serve as the moderator. The show will also include Michael Reagan who explains his father’s belief that every American citizen should have the right to own gold.
The show then moves on to U.S. Money Reserve Panelists informing of the benefits of owning gold, fluctuation in the market, how far a dollar’s buying power will go, and current events fluctuating the gold market. The panel will consist of highly credible sources. The show is set to hit certain markets sometime later in the week.
The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the world’s biggest distributors of U.S. and foreign government issued gold, silver, and platinum products. After being founded in 2001, the U.S. Money Reserve has grown substantially.
These metals are primarily comprised of Gold and Silver coins. The U.S. Money reserve employs a carefully trained team comprised of numismatic professionals equipped with expertise in market knowledge and experience. They work to find products that offer the highest profit potential for metal buyers at every economical level. Learn more about U.S Money Reserve: https://twitter.com/usmoneyreserve
According to Crunchbase, the U.S. Money Reserve operates above industry standard to ensure customer satisfaction and to establish relationships with each customer. The company is based in Austin, Texas.
To establish investment trust, the U.S. Money Reserve seeks to employ the trustworthy guidance that is vital to enabling customers to confidently buy precious metals. Due to the many purchases of gold through the U.S. Money Reserve, the majority of these investors have put them selves in the positions to profit.
All U.S. Money Reserve clients are served by a team comprised of over 100 experience professionals. These professionals include, but are not limited to senior gold specialists, numismatic experts, the customer relations department, business support development, the inventory department, the vault and shipping department, coin research professionals, sales verification personnel, and the compliance and standards department. Each purchased metal if government issued.