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  1. Actually I don't mind posting it publicly, maybe someone else will see it and chip in as well All age runaway bay school - contact Mr Lambert Pearson (principal).. Runawaybayallages (-at-) yahoo dot com 876-973-4160 The kids LOVE having someone just sit in the class and work with a couple of them one on one for a few hours if you can spare it. At the end of the period, the kids all came up and gave us a huge group hug it, was one of the sweetest things ever. I wouldI would call ahead to get the class work so you know what you might be helping them with. We're not all smarter than fourth-graders week call ahead to get the class work so you know what you might be helping them with. We're not all smarter than fourth-graders Down the hill from that school is United church and they do special tutoring from 430 to about 6 PM. You can just show up to that one and they will accept your help and the kids will really appreciate it. They will also tell you where you can leave clothes and stuff.
  2. Here's my analysis. Of paramount importance is this one fact: It matters not what they say in advance of the meeting. It only matters what the results of the upcoming meeting are. blah blah blah sleight of hand, and blah blah blah. Of course he would say that. Does not mean they are bound to it. Read that part twice Fluff. Supporting and complying are not the same. This plays perfectly to Iraq. As you can see, I just went through that article, line by line... and it absolutely 1000% plays into a solid opportunity for Iraq. GO RVVVVVV!!!!!!!
  3. Oh! One more thing... I was recently in Jamaica. Whenever I travel, I look for charitable work to do - if you're willing to travel over to Runaway Bay, I have some tips and deserving people I can put you in touch with. Another thing I always do when I travel is pilfer through my closet and pack one extra bag full of things I don't use or need... socks, underwear, pants, etc - and I drop them off with a local church or school. Do that. They will appreciate it.
  4. 2 things 1. AMEX is fairly useless in Belize outside of the "tourist port" areas, make sure you also have a VISA or MC handy 2. You don't need an extra suitcase. Anywhere I'd suggest you travel to will have shopping available, and we will have a few hours here and there if we need to go grab an extra toothbrush or polo shirt or private plane.
  5. You're not using quotation marks are you? The coupon code is goRVmay25 - the CaPS may be important(?) I tested it earlier, before I responded, using Chrome. I just tested again, using my iphone, and again it worked fine for me. Give me more details, I will try to help.
  6. Make sure you are selecting the 5 month or Lifetime package. It won't work on the 3 month.
  7. I do not endorse any dealers, nor can I make suggestions on if you or anyone should buy anything.
  8. P.S. VIPs, if you didn't see my post in VIP this week about this same subject, you'll want to read this:
  9. Yes we are!
  10. Happy Friday everyone! If you hadn't noticed, I'm watching this OPEC situation like a HAWK... this is getting serious! We all view the word "soon" with a bit of disdain, but it's starting to taste a little better every day. This rolled across my desk bright and early this morning: But the real reason for this post is to clarify the next OPEC meeting date. I was mistaken earlier this week, the meeting is not on the 27th... it's on the 25th. Ramadan starts on the 26th. Could the 25th or 26th be our day? It's possible, if Iraq is given a clear exemption from the OPEC oil production deal (the same deal that Russia and Saudi Arabia have already agreed to). It's not time to celebrate YET, but I'll tell you this much... I'm being advised to close the doors on VIP no later than mid-day May 25th. THAT is not something that happens often! Especially not this far in advance. Before that happens, I want you to have a chance to get in - so in hopes of a MASSIVELY AWESOME MAY 25th, I'll give you a 25% discount coupon to sweeten the deal for you. Use code "goRVmay25" in the store. This is only good for VIP upgrades, not the text service. Also, it's only good for the 5 month or Lifetime options - you have to be willing to stick with me for at least that long to get this discount. (the code goes in the "coupon" box on the checkout page ) And I'll be in touch with you VIPs over the weekend on some other items. GO RVVVVV!!!!!!
  11. Published: May 19, 2017 6:12 a.m. ET AFP/Getty Images Saudi Arabia's minister of energy Khalid A Al-Falih in Vienna, on June 2, 2016. By SARASJOLIN MARKETS REPORTER BIMANMUKHERJI Oil futures moved sharply higher on Friday, as investors showed some optimism about what will come out of next week’s meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Up for final discussion by the cartel is whether to extend the current six-month production-cut deal beyond the mid-2017 expiration, and if so, for how long and whether the reductions should be increased. It is widely expected an extension will occur, and energy officials from Saudi Arabia and Russia this week signaled they back a nine-month extension. That helped give oil a start-of-week gain that’s been built on since, putting crude on pace to modestly top the 3.5% jump logged last week. After settling Thursday at three-week highs, light, sweet crude futures for delivery in June CLM7, +1.64% jumped 59 cents, or 1.2%, to $49.93 a barrel. The contract briefly topped $50 a barrel for the first time since April, according to FactSet data. July Brent crude LCON7, +1.77% on London’s ICE Futures exchange also gained 59 cents, or 1.2%, to $53.10 a barrel. Li Li, energy research director at ICIS China, attributed Friday’s advance to pre-meeting optimism, but said she doesn’t “expect prices to jump hugely from the current trading range.” The presidential election in Iran was also grabbing oil trader’s attention on Friday. Commerzbank analysts said the result could have “major consequences for the oil market” if conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi wins the vote. Raisi and reform-oriented incumbent Hassan Rouhani are leading the polls. Read: Iranians head to the polls in high-stakes presidential election Raisi has expressed criticism of the nuclear agreed in 2015 that paved the way for the U.S.-led sanctions to be lifted and allow Iran to sell oil on the international energy markets. If Raisi wins “the agreement in its current form would risk being overturned. New sanctions would then very likely be imposed by the US and the West, which could reduce the oil supply from Iran even in the short term,” the Commerzbank analysts said. “An election victory for Raisi would therefore drive oil prices up noticeably,” they added. Read: The overlooked upside for oil in Iran’s election Later on Friday, oil prices would also be steered by the latest weekly U.S. rig-count data from Baker Hughes. That report has shown 17-straight weeks of growth in active oil-drilling rigs. But government figures on Wednesday showed the first week-to-week drop in domestic oil production since February, a development which also helped lift crude prices this week and get light, sweet crude back toward $50. To some, the past two weeks’ price rebound was to be expected after April’s slide. That drop “was a case of sentiment over substance,” said BMI Research. It sees more price gains to come the next several months, but they “are more likely to be incremental rather than exponential.” As for oil products, Nymex June gasoline futures RBM7, +1.72% rose 1% to $1.62 a gallon, while ICE gasoil gained 1% to $469.75 per metric ton. Natural gas futures NGM17, +2.36% advanced 0.8% to $3.21 per million British thermal units.
  12. WEDNESDAY! Here we are again, and boy does it feel good! Teaser: Part of todays update is VIP only. --> JOIN HERE <-- VIPs, please read this post before continuing to the VIP portion. It should be noted, and kept in mind, that Ramadan this year starts on the evening of Friday May 26 and goes through Sunday June 25. That's 9 days from now. Those of you that have been traveling this road with me for years know that I have always been VERY adamant that "nothing gets done during Ramadan"... ... but I'm starting to lean a little to the left on that commitment. There is just TOO MUCH happening right now! There are a couple key elements to this, and I'm going to give some specifics and then explain the parameters that will make me go "Full Buzzy" in spite of the upcoming holiday that traditionally yields 0 "real" progress for anything in Iraq. For some months now, I've been very optimistic about Iraq's ISIS situation. Over the last few days, this has only increased. Examples: Major news announcements This next thread has been going since last month, and the evolution of tone and events is very encouraging! I'll link you right to the most recent articles, currently on page 25: Oil and Energy continue to make progress, FINALLY! This is the exact area where we were stagnant last year. This year is different - the consistency of these articles lately is a telling sign. Speculation: New ration cards to be issued next week. Could these be tied into the upcoming changes in the entire Iraqi banking system, which will ultimately incorporate new currency, ATMs, and a new rate? It's a possible "gateway" move. Further speculation: I have some thoughts on the date. In fact, I am finally confident enough in this to outline my thoughts on WHEN we might see this happen... but that's for VIPs only. (Hint: It's soon!) VIP members, click here: --> <-- (If you're not VIP, NOW might be the best time ever! The "price" of becoming VIP is less than $1 per day. The cost of not being VIP is almost impossible to calculate.) My responses to my discussion on the "DATE" will only be in the VIP section. Here's the weekly Q's! ===================================== Your question actually anticipated my thoughts for this week almost perfectly! (FYI, I don't read the questions before I do my weekly update. I get my thoughts out, and then I read the questions.) For once, I actually agree that something might get done during Ramadan. *shock* *GASP!* You're a VIP member... go read my update in the VIP section. That will explain more. I'm not sure what you mean... if you exchange IQD for USD, then you lose any future gains that the IQD may make. Did I misunderstand your question? I apologize if I did! #DavisForPresident! If this is on track with what @Happy Man was asking, I'll just thank olivesman for chiming in Good sign - ABSOLUTELY yes! ISIS has been losing their battle for long enough that I haven't given them a major place in the RV progression lately, but the news that Iraq is prevailing - strongly - is very welcome! Any other delay? See my post in VIP. ====================================== That's it for now! I want to wish you all a GREAT Wednesday and of course... GOOOO RRRVVVVVVVV!!!!!! Adam Montana P.S. VIPs, !!!!! See you there.
  13. Well said Caye!
  14. That's only true if Bitcoin is at it's peak. You don't have to buy a whole "Coin" at $1800, you can simply buy a piece - any dollar amount you want. I'm not saying etherium or litecoin or any other coin won't go as high as bitcoin, or they are bad or good, I'm just pointing out a little technicality.
  15. Heyyyy Wednesday! And DinarVets! I hope you fine people are doing great today. I was out on my morning run early today, contemplating "The Rate". You know, one of the few questions I try really hard not to answer? I always play "devils advocate" with myself, and I mean hard ball style. Worst case scenario, best case, sideways case... what are the other angles, where else could this go? As the recent news headlines rolled through my head, while I jogged along the trail, wiping a bead of sweat (or two) off my forehead, and then this one particular article came across my mental ticker-tape: (courtesy @DinarThug in the VIP section ) and I snorted with laughter: Let me give you the summary... But before I get going, I just checked the current price and "HOLY S$%#"! just flew out of my mouth (I really try not to curse!)... But when I wrote the following a couple days ago, the price of BTC was $1600... Imagine my surprise this morning, when I checked on BTC (bitcoin): Bitcoin is currently at price: $1795 And suddenly I had to slow my jog to a walk, because the comparison between bitcoin and dinar is crazy-similar. (Don't worry, we will tie this to Dinar in just a minute!) Take a look at this bitcoin chart, which will show you how the last year has went (about $480 up to $1800): And since inception, where it was about $0.08: THAT, my friends, is incredible, isn't it? In fact, it's a 1,999,900% Increase... and the lopsters here say people are foolish to think we could see a mere 1000% increase. Let me give you a small hint about where I think we are with the Dinar: If anyone wants to, you can scour the internet archives and find plenty of people who said "no way, Bitcoin is another flop waiting to happen! You'd be FOOLISH to put your money in bitcoin!!"... and also a number of people who believed in the chances, and said so. Basically, "lopsters and not-lopsters", of the Bitcoin world. Now... before anyone tries to "Ah-HA! Gotcha, Adam!" - I'm well aware that Bitcoin and IQD are not the same. You can't tell me what the M1 and M2 or hyperfulctuation equalizer quotient is for Bitcoin, and most of the rest of your arguments are equally invalid. My point is simply this... they said "it will never happen", "it's impossible", and so on... yet here we are, with Bitcoin at $1800, almost over a 2 MILLION PERCENT increase. Fun fact.... quote: Source: Is this that hard to understand? I don't think so! The same thing goes for the Dinar, in my opinion - there is valid reason for it to be traded at a higher value, and it will get there. It didn't happen overnight. And the IQD certainly hasn't happened any quicker. But just like the Dinar, Bitcoin had it's own hurdles to jump. People had to have confidence in it, or at least think other people did, before they would start pulling out their cold hard cash and investing in it... ... and now we have a snowball effect. The more people believe in Bitcoin, the more real it gets. (Clap your hands, anyone? This is real life Peter Pan stuff!) The Dinar is the SAME. The CBI can announce a new rate tomorrow, and the financial markets are all going to look at each other and wait to see what the other does. As soon as one player accepts it, then another, then another... pretty quickly, the entire world is on board, and all the lopsters in the world can't "nay-say" the fact that I can take 1 Bitcoin out of my wallet and trade it for $1600 $1800USD... nor will they be able to naysay us out of trading one IQD for whatever the price is at that time. Sorry, I got a little long in the tooth there! What I'm trying to convey here is my renewed conviction that an RV rate of .10 STILL makes sense to me. I explained it in greater detail in the Cash In Guide (Cash In Guide - Iraqi Dinar - v1.6.pdf), but the people who run the CBI aren't stupid. They surely know that when they change the rate, they are starting a snowball down a mountain. Let's get rolling, baby! I have a more "news" based post planned for the near future, but for now... here's the weekly Q's: I'm not sure what "actual proof" you might want, but I've seen and heard enough to be confident that the answer is "Yes". This is a great question, because it opens up the floor to discuss how an RV is really a zero-sum game, mostly because we are talking about a fiat currency. When the FED prints more USD, we don't actually gain that money. It just dilutes the dollar a little bit more. IQD, and an RV of the currency, works the same way, just on a global scale. My opinion is that almost every other currency will take a slight hit, and then rebound once the IQD rate stabilizes, and within about a month all currencies will be back to normal... except the IQD will be dramatically different than it was a month prior. Great question! Same. Let's see how the next week plays out. Yes, yes, and yes. I gave in today, and talked about "The Rate"... that's enough arm twisting out of you! Hey Country, Well... two things. First, an RV isn't a "miracle". It would be a calculated financial move designed to benefit Iraq. Second, to really understand how they live on a "day to day" basis, you really have to visit a 3rd world country. Mexico, for example... their peso is about 19:1 with the USD, so let's say a loaf of bread costs us $3... the same loaf of bread should cost them $60MXN, right? Not necessarily. The cost of labor is cheaper, they have less import/export regulations than us, they have less bureaucratic overhead in general, so the same loaf of bread might only be 30 or 40 cents (US). (YES, our government puts THAT much of a strain on doing business, of any kind, in the good ol' US of A!!!) Once you can grasp that concept, then you can forget about the "carload" of dinars and start understanding the alternate universe (that's what it seems like sometimes!) that they live and breathe. Go a little further and start to understand how their financial world is tied to ours, via the global financial markets, trade, politics, etc... we don't need to worry about carloads of dinar. That's just not the way it works. And that's a good thing, at least for us waiting for a change in the rate of Dinar. ================================== And on that note, I'm off like a wild herd of turtles! Work to do and people to see. Have a great day everyone, and of course GO RVVVVVVVV!!!!!!! - Adam