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  1. Sounds good Ayrnay! Let me know if I can be of assistance at all, I'll do my best to help guide you through the process as best as possible.
  2. Maybe was interpreted wrong but I can speak for Jackster on this one, he does not believe BondLady, Kaperoni, or Okie. That is for sure!
  3. Trading Spot FX is Decentralized Unlike in trading stocks or futures, you don't need to go through a centralized exchange like the New York Stock Exchange with just one price. In the forex market, there is no single price that for a given currency at any time, which means quotes from different currency dealers vary. "So many choices! Awesome!"<br style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: none; outline: none; ">This might be overwhelming at first, but this is what makes the forex market so freakin' awesome! The market is so huge and the competition between dealers is so fierce that yo
  4. Hi CSLewis, Thanks for the compliments. I really do hope that they defy all logic and rules of economics for everybody's sake! Best of luck to you CLewis.
  5. Thanks PattyAngel! I'm glad some people are willing to keep an open mind. You're right, deep breaths... LOL
  6. Just a heads up, there are some new Eagle1 and BondLady posts talking about the IQD showing up on FOREX. If I'm not mistaken the new rate is $7.62 or something close to it! Why would you waste your time replying to my post when the people who are "in the know" are claiming that it has RV'd? You should be standing in line at your nearest bank waiting for it to open so you can cash in. Actually, you should be selling everything you own so that you can place another order for as much Dinar as possible since the Dinar dealers didn't get the memo that it is showing up on FOREX! Sorry to come
  7. I agree with what you're saying. This creates a major problem because people bringing facts, logic, and reasoning are looked down upon and are called "bad guys / negative people" because they are going against what has been preached and taught as forum facts for so long. It is sad because we all know by now that the "Gurus" have their own reasons for doing what they do, whether it is for egotistical reasons or money, they have an agenda where the main priority IS NOT trying to share information and help others in the Dinar craze. I can't believe people still look up to the self proclaimed Gur
  8. Well, to me it personally beats making over 1000 predictions throughout the past 3 years, don't you think? I recently made a prediction for Oil, Gold, Dow Jones, S&P 500, and now I decided to make a prediction for the Iraqi Dinar. Is there something wrong with that Jon? By the way, thanks for your contribution to this thread... See, like you said there have been numerous articles pointing to 2013, so I use "facts" to back my claims, not just random every day guesses to keep the masses following me. I would think that people would rather hear a prediction based off of facts, logic, a
  9. They have already revalued their currency manytimes throughout the past 9 years. I also said they will revalue theirmoney from 1166:1 down to 1000:1. Those are pretty significant"overnight" moves for a currency. I prefer not to read"facts" from self proclaimed gurus such as Kaperoni, BondLady, Okie,and others without the financial background necessary to make educatedfinancial decisions. In fact, most of what some of them say are outlandishaccusations that have no truth at all. I have heard lots of hypotheticalscenarios stated by Kaperoni and I can't believe a single one of them! When he t
  10. Thanks for sharing GoldieGirl. I also have an associate who has over 100 Million IQD, not sure if that is considered "heavily invested" but he doesn't have any inside info like you. The 1000:1 rate adjustment prior to an RD is just my logical prediction. I'm glad you are more knowledgeable in regards to this investment than most others. I wish I had some reassuring information, but I must go off of what I know as a currency trader. Thanks again for sharing. Real quick: What was the reason for the delay? Hey DinarKicker, This isn't true at all. Here's why, I use to watch the CBI rate ad
  11. Hey Storm1, Thanks for the info. Feel free to post back here in another week to give your confirmation / market prediction!
  12. If somebody is looking for safe, long term gains I would highly recommend investing in some dividend paying stocks. If you look under the "Wall Street" section you will find a thread that WallyWeaver started which has a bunch of great dividend paying stocks. The best part about dividend paying stocks is that you don't only need to invest for capital gains, you will get paid regardless. If the stock appreciates in value, well then that is just gravy on top! Here is the thread: http://dinarvets.com...aying-equities/ All you would need to do is open up a brokerage account with a firm suc
  13. Hi Nadita, Thank you for the response. Not a millionaire yet... That is exactly what I meant by a hit and run! LOL People don't always have to agree with one another, but they can say why they do or don't in a respectful manner. Your post proves that it is possible to do! Thanks Nadita for your contribution to this thread. I've never told anybody to sell their Dinar as that is their choice. But when I post my opinions I base it off of facts. Best of luck to you Kevin! You are right though, family is more important than anything on this earth. Hey Ayrnay, I feel you, things w
  14. http://www.centralbanking.com/central-banking-journal/feature/2046830/financial-statements-proactively http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/wp/2005/wp0580.pdf Hey Zul, It actually is done through the Open Market Operations aka Currency Auctions. The financials will not reflect it immediately. However, to get a better understanding on how Central Bank's use their Financial Statements feel free to reference through the IMF document I posted above. Pretty good insight! How do central banks inject money into the economy? Central banks use several different methods to increase (or decrease
  15. Hey jg1, Here is my prediction for this year: http://dinarvets.com/forums/index.php?/topic/122869-my-predictions/ No problem. Thanks for respecting my requests. Best of luck to you as well Tripphood!
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