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iqdheadlines    159

I do not have any sources or secret intel but I do know the rate and the date of when the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar is going to occur 100% guaranteed.

Date: 27/06/2011

Rate: $3.86

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AoK    281

I do not have any sources or secret intel but I do know the rate and the date

Well, he's about as qualified as the other gurus! biggrin.gif

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F-16Pilot    186

I do not have any sources or secret intel but I do know the rate and the date of when the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar is going to occur 100% guaranteed.

Date: 27/06/2011

Rate: $3.86

Is that a money back guarantee or do I also get to keep the power bands as a gift for trying the dinar for 30 days?

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iqdheadlines    159

Let's not get ahead of ourselves.........so I will keep it real simple and factual as I can.

Let's face the reality that there will be NO (RV) revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar period!

I know that I did start off this post with the wording "RV" but that was just to get your attention.

This is what is going to happen on Monday the 27th of June 2011................ a reinstatement of the former value of the Iraqi Dinar of $3.22 plus a 20% rise which equals $3.86.

Why Monday the 27th of June 2011........?

I will tell you why..........it's because it's the beginning of the Forex week.

A reinstatement of the Iraqi Dinar will Not occur on Friday because it is Iraq's day of worship (holy day).

It will NOT occur on the weekend in any part of the world.....so this takes Saturday and Sunday out of the picture since Forex does not operate on the weekend.

If it was reinstated on a Thursday...........what do you think will happen as result due Friday, Saturday and Sunday out of the picture?

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whodat1    0

I do not have any sources or secret intel but I do know the rate and the date of when the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar is going to occur 100% guaranteed.

Date: 27/06/2011

Rate: $3.86

(SLAP)

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LaGrange    3

Let's not get ahead of ourselves.........so I will keep it real simple and factual as I can.

Let's face the reality that there will be NO (RV) revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar period!

I know that I did start off this post with the wording "RV" but that was just to get your attention.

This is what is going to happen on Monday the 27th of June 2011................ a reinstatement of the former value of the Iraqi Dinar of $3.22 plus a 20% rise which equals $3.86.

Why Monday the 27th of June 2011........?

I will tell you why..........it's because it's the beginning of the Forex week.

A reinstatement of the Iraqi Dinar will Not occur on Friday because it is Iraq's day of worship (holy day).

It will NOT occur on the weekend in any part of the world.....so this takes Saturday and Sunday out of the picture since Forex does not operate on the weekend.

If it was reinstated on a Thursday...........what do you think will happen as result due Friday, Saturday and Sunday out of the picture?

So when the forex market opens up in New Zealand at 4pm est and Australia 5pm est on Sunday (their Monday) this thing should show? Thanks in advance.

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iqdheadlines    159

So when the forex market opens up in New Zealand at 4pm est and Australia 5pm est on Sunday (their Monday) this thing should show? Thanks in advance.

Spot on mate!

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