Angela Koch Writes George Soros

Angela Koch is the CEO of the U.S. Money Reserve, and now she is also a contributor blogger for The Huffington Post, which is a company known and esteemed worldwide online media paper. Koch will be a regular contributor, which is a highly sought position amongst the higher ups of businesses as The Huffington Post has approximately 79 million online readers monthly.

According to PR Newswire and Ispot.tv, the U.S. Money Reserve has been in service for more than a decade, being found in 2001 and based in Austin, Texas, and claims that people should have the utmost confidence in the company. It provides clients with the highest quality gold, silver and platinum coins privately, as it has grown into one of the world’s largest private distributors of U.S. and Foreign currency. Many people and businesses worldwide have kept their assets in gold and silver using the U.S. Money Reserve.

Koch works with a unique team of coin research professionals, senior gold specialists, industry leading numismatic experts, customer relations department, business support development, inventory department, vault and shipping department, coin research professionals, sales verification personnel, and a compliance and standards department, so that they know which coins have the highest potential or every buyer.

The team also works to provide the greatest level of customer service so that it can build a relationship with clients and keep their business.

As CEO of the company, Koch not only oversees the entire business and team, but she also sets the organization’s pace and its culture. She loves motivating others by placing value on them and giving them opportunities.

Through her extensive background and the motivation she receives from creating value and opportunities for others, she will share all she can with the readers of the Huffington Post.

Her passion and expertise are sure to shine through with her words, including her first article about the Democratic National Convention and George Soros, as well as the Republican National Convention.