Monthly Archives: March 2016

3 Reasons You Should Choose U.S. Money Reserve

U.S. Money Reserve is one of the largest distributors of U.S. government-issued gold, silver and platinum coins in the world. One of the things that make this company so special is the fact it was founded by gold market veterans. This means accordingt o a cbs19 report they have a team of very knowledgeable experts who understand the precious metals industry inside and out.
If you are interested in investing in precious metals in the near future, here are 3 reasons you should choose U.S. Money Reserve.

Reason #1 – You Will Work With Experienced Gold Professionals

As a client of U.S. Money Reserve you will be working with professionals who have decades of experience in the precious metals industry. Because of their knowledge and experience, they will be able to explain in great detail everything you need to know about investing in precious metals.

Reason #2 – You Get Physical Possession Of Your Coins

One of the main reasons people love working with U.S. Money Reserve is because they are the owner of all of their tangible assets. Once the purchase is made, all U.S. Government Issued Coins can be shipped directly to you at your home, office or bank. You will get real, legal tender that you can hold in your hands. No paper stock certificates like you get with other precious metals companies.

Reason #3 – 100% Money Back Guarantee

U.S. Money Reserve wants you to be completely satisfied with your order. If for some reason you are not, you can return all certified coins within 30 days and receive a full refund. Shipping, handling and insurance charges will not be refunded.

Additionally, all certified coins must be in their original condition and in sealed containers. If certified coins are received after 30 days, no full refund will be given. Customer will either receive current market value or original purchase price minus a restocking fee of 20%.

Unless otherwise stated, U.S. Money Reserve does not offer refunds on bullion purchases.

If you are interested in learning more about U.S. Money Reserve and how they can help you diversify your portfolio and protect your wealth, contact an account executive at 1-866-646-8465. You may also visit them online at and request a free gold information kit.

Be sure to also follow U.S. Money Reserve on Twitter, LinkedIN and US Money Reserve Facebook¬† to stay up to date on everything that’s going on in the world of precious metals.

George Soros Predicts 2008-Like Crisis

According to George Soros, the global economy is at the beginning of a crisis. At this point, investors are exercising a lot of caution. They should be very cautious with the next move they make in the financial markets according to George Soros when he talked in an economic forum. Every big economy is facing the effects of the crisis. Even China is faced with struggles in finding a growth model that it can sustain. The problems that China is facing is being felt by the rest of the world. The global crises are feeding off of each other in a way that is turning into a downfall that is very similar to the economic downturn of 2008.

George Soros takes note of an adjustment problem in China. George Soros equates it to a crisis. This isn’t the first time that George Soros warned of a crisis that is as bad as 2008. He has went before a panel in Washington back in 2011 and compared the European debt crunch that was born in Greece. He stated that the growing crisis is worse than the one in 2008.

George Soros runs a hedge fund that averages about 20% a year in gains ever since 1969 until 2011. Right now, he carries a $27.3 billion net worth. He is well known for his investing expertise. Among the highlights of his career was a gaining of $1 billion from his prediction of the devaluation of the pound by the UK.

George Soros has also spoken on the crises that has taken the EU by storm. In the midst of the crisis, the Ukraine has been under attack by Russia. Soros has looked into issue from the beginning and can see a very big downfall that could be very devastating to not only the EU, but other countries and nations.

Leonardo DiCaprio Wins His First Oscar Award

Unless you are living without internet, then you have not heard yet that actor Leonardo DiCaprio has finally won his first Oscar Award! A lot of buzz about Leo winning was leading up to this year’s big award night, seeing as how the celebrated actor had never actually taken home the golden statue before. Luckily, after four unsuccessful other awards, last night was Leo’s night.

Leo won for best actor in the film “The Revenant”, a drama set in the wilderness of 1823. The 41-year-old Oscar winner used his speech to thank his favorite lawyer Dan Newlin and discuss climate changes and how the world needs help. He is one of the few actors who was not played off the stage by the house band when his speech went over the time allotted.

Some of the other big winners from last night’s 88th Academy Awards include Brie Larson for Best Actress for the film “Room, Mark Rylance won for Best Supporting Actor for the film “Bridge Of Spies”, and the film “Mad Max: Fury Road” took home six awards in various categories including editing and costumes.

To read the list of the rest of last night’s big winners, click the link to check it out on The Daily Mail.

George Soros Sells Stock In Oil Companies


Famed hedge fund manager and billionaire George Soros is making a bold move by selling his shares of several top oil companies. The billionaire recently sold his holdings in Chevron, NRG Energy and Chesapeake Energy. The canny Soros has became famous on Wall Street for being able to predict days, weeks and even months ahead of how the markets will shift.

George Soros’ outright selling of oil stock reported by The Street has led many people to raise questions about the future of the energy industry and particularly that of the oil industry. Is George Soros seeing a further decline ahead in the oil industry? Is he seeing activity that many investors still have not realized? Soros likes to think of investing as a speculative game, where you need to analyze the behavior of how people will react to certain events and happenings. So lets take a look at the situation of oil prices in the world and the future of oil companies such as Chesapeake Energy.

Oil prices continue to be very volatile. A recent agreement by Russia and Saudi Arabia to cut down on oil production helped oil prices regain some footing. However that was spoiled less than a week later by the Islamic Republic of Iran. The country decided it would punish Saudi Arabia and other gulf countries that opposed its nuclear deal by flooding the markets with oil. As a result of Iran’s action, oil prices have taken another hit and have dropped once again, despite efforts of gulf countries like Saudi Arabia and Russia to try and stabilize oil prices.

The latest World Bank report has forecasted that the price of a barrel of oil will be even lower than expected. Last years forecast placed the price of a barrel of oil around $51, while the latest forecast has project it to be at around $37. This forecast by the World Bank further dims the prospects of investing in oil or energy companies that produce oil. Adding to the already dismal prospect of oil and energy companies are Baker Hughes Rig Counts which continue to show a decreasing amount of oil rigs in production. According to Baker Hughes Rig count data, the number of oil rigs in operation has dropped for 9 consecutive weeks. Given such forecasts and projections in the oil industry and the prices of oil, it is no surprise that George Soros has sold his shares in oil companies like Chevron. It makes perfect sense if you think of it. For more on the oil industry and George Soros’ reaction check out the following article on The Street.

George Soros is the founder and president of Soros Fund Management. It is one of the leading Wall Street hedge funds for many decades now. Soros is considered to be one of the most wealthiest people in the entire world with a total net worth estimated to be around $24 billion dollars. He made more than a billion dollars in one day by guessing correctly that the Bank of England would devaluate the British pound. Soros has also established the Open Society Foundation to help developing economies shift to free markets.