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Angela Koch is the current CEO of the US Money Reserve, which is currently one of the world’s largest distributors of Gold, Platinum, and Silver products. She is an amazing business leader, and she loves sharing her knowledge and perspective with people around the world. She shares her opinions on her own blog, and on other media outlets. Recently, Angela was invited to share her opinions on a popular website, and she is excited to accept the invitation.

Angela Koch recently accepted an invitation to be a Huffington Post contributor. Huffington Post is a world-renowned site, and thought leaders from around the world love contributing their thoughts to the site. Contributor profiles are coveted by leaders throughout the world.

Angela Koch is CEO of the US Money Reserve. At the US Money Reserve, Angela oversees every aspect of the operation. She sets the culture and the pace within the organization. She is highly motivated, and she loves creating opportunities for others.

She has an extensive amount of experience in strategy, mergers, business planning, and operations. For years, Angela has used her experience to guide her company to success, now she wishes to use the Huffington Post as a platform to share her understanding of the business community. The Huffington Post is an ideal platform because it receives 79 million unique visitors every month.

As a contributor, Angela plans to use the platform to extend her thought leadership. She wants to cover a wide range of topics including business, culture, management, and leadership. Angela sees a bright future for her articles on Huffington Post.  Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.ispot.tv/brands/Iyt/us-money-reserve

Angela has already submitted her first article to The Huffington Post. Her first post was titled “Three Ways the Political Conventions Empowered Women”. Koch looked over the newsworthy moments from both the Democratic and Republican conventions. She tried to highlight moments that inspired women around the country. Overall, she came to the conclusion that women have advanced significantly in the world of politics.

Angela Koch is extremely proud of her work with the US Money Reserve. The US Money Reserve was founded in 2001. They are the largest distributor of US and foreign issued gold, silver, and other precious metal products. The US Money Reserve has thousands of clients across the country that rely on the company for their precious metal needs. Angela loves leading the company and has seen it grow considerably in the past few years.

Angela Koch is a brilliant businesswoman, and she looks forward to sharing her perspective with others.

Philip Diehl, who is currently the president of US Reserve has offered his insight into the demise of the penny and its uncertain future during interview on CNBC’s Squawk Box. Mr. Diehl also debunked several myths on the penny, including the assumption that getting rid of it would increase prices and lead to a disruption of the economy. The president of US Money Reserve can be considered an expert on such matters. He has served as the director of the US Mint from 1994-2000 and was also a former US treasury chief of staff. Mr. Diehl also served on the senate finance committee where he was the majority staff director. If there is a person that can be considered an expert on the affairs of the US Mint and its coins, it is Philip Diehl as he knows the minting process, the value of currency and its affect on the economy in depth.
The interview, which took place CNBC’s Squawk Box mentions how it actually costs more money to make the penny that what it is actually worth. Mr. Diehl revealed that the penny has been costing the US Mint losses for the past 25 years now, and he believes it should be removed from circulation. He estimates that such a move would save the US government more than a hundred million dollars a year which is also impacting negetively on the US Money Reserve. The penny which is thought by many to be made out of copper, is now actually made out of 97% zinc, with the remaining 3% copper. This was done to prevent people from melting the penny down and selling the copper at higher prices.

Another critical point discussed in the interview with US Money Reserve President Philip Diehl is the idea some economists have that taking the penny out of circulation could raise prices and increase inflation. Mr. Diehl responded by saying that the effect should be minimal, and prices most likely will remain the same. “Companies” he says “Can raise or lower the price as they see fit.” The removal of the penny could actually lower prices, if prices have to be rounded. While the penny is slated to remain, it is costing more to produce than it is worth and most of its production is actually done by private companies and not the US Mint.