Mike Rowe

Mike visits a mint to learn how coins are made

Mike goes behind the scenes at a world-class mint to learn how high-quality gold and silver coins are made.

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Mike asks why owning gold makes sense today

Mike sits down with U.S. Money Reserve’s thought leadership team to find answers to his questions about owning gold and other precious metals.

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Mike visits a vault with over $1 billion in precious metals

Mike joins former U.S. Mint Directors Philip N. Diehl and Edmund C. Moy at a secure undisclosed location to learn more about owning precious metals.

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I’m thinking more today about how to protect the money I’ve earned.

I’ve learned a lot of things over the years, talking to all sorts of experts in all sorts of fields. But one of the most important lessons I learned was from two former Directors of the U.S. Mint, who taught me everything I needed to know about the importance of protecting my savings with physical gold and silver.

The thought of a diversified portfolio really didn’t cross my mind back when I was crawling through sewers under the streets of Chicago or up to my elbows in fish guts off the coast of Alaska.

But after 25 years of dirty jobs, I’m thinking less today about my next grimy adventure and more about how to protect the money I’ve saved along the way. And the more I learn, the better I feel about buying my gold and silver from the folks at U.S. Money Reserve.

About U.S. Money Reserve

When it comes to protecting and growing your hard-earned money, it's critical to obtain the most accurate information, the best tools, and most importantly, a trustworthy and reliable partner. At U.S. Money Reserve, we work hard every day to earn your trust and live up to our reputation as America's Gold Authority.®

Founded more than 20 years ago by gold market veterans, U.S. Money Reserve was built on the idea that Americans need more access to both physical precious metals and the knowledge and guidance to help them build unique precious metals portfolios tailored specifically to their individual financial goals.

U.S. Money Reserve has since grown to become one of the nation's largest distributors of government issued precious metals-but our mission remains the same. Whether you are a first-time buyer or looking to expand your current port-folio, you will experience superior customer service every step of the way.

 
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Elizabeth Altman is an associate professor of management at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, research affiliate at MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy, and guest editor for the Future of the Workforce at MIT Sloan Management Review. She has been a visiting professor at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) and visiting scholar at Harvard Business School.

Altman’s research focuses on strategy, innovation, platforms, ecosystems, future of work, and workforce ecosystems. Her research has appeared in Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Management Studies, and other international journals. Prior to academia, Altman was a Motorola vice president.

Elizabeth J. Altman
Associate Professor of Management, Manning School of Business
UMass Lowell
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