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  1. So the guy who broke the Bank of England and has well documented history is crashing currencies across the globe just made another billion in the last 3 months off the Yen. How much dinar do you think Soros has?
  2. DEBUNKING this rumor. Bank of America only has 1 ATM (no branches) in the entire state of Utah. Type in Salt Lake City Utah ... and see for yourself ...
  4. Unfortunately ... the rate at the CBI is the same.
  5. China's President Hu Jintao said Sunday the international currency system was "a product of the past," but it would be a long time before the yuan is accepted as an international currency. Hu's comments, which came ahead of a state visit to Washington on Wednesday, reflected the continuing tensions over the dollar's role as the major reserve currency in the aftermath of the US financial crisis in 2008. "The current international currency system is the product of the past," Hu said in written answers to questions posed by The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. Highlighting the dollar's importance to global trade, Hu implicitly criticized the Federal Reserve's recent decision to pump 600 billion dollars into the US economy, a move criticized as weakening the dollar at the expense of other countries' exports. "The monetary policy of the United States has a major impact on global liquidity and capital flows and therefore, the liquidity of the US dollar should be kept at a reasonable and stable level," Hu said. China's own currency, the yuan or renminbi (RMB), is also expected to be a bone of contention in Hu's talks with Obama, with the United States complaining that it is artificially overvalued to boost Chinese exports. Asked about the view that appreciation of the yuan would curb inflation in China, Hu suggested that was too simplistic a formula. "Changes in exchange rate are a result of multiple factors, including the balance of international payment and market supply and demand," he said. "In this sense, inflation can hardly be the main factor in determining the exchange rate policy," he said. At the same time, Hu signalled no imminent move away from the dollar as a reserve currency, saying it would be a long time before the yuan, or renminbi (RMB), is widely accepted as an international currency. "China has made important contribution to the world economy in terms of total economic output and trade, and the RMB has played a role in the world economic development," he said. "But making the RMB an international currency will be a fairly long process." Nevertheless, Hu noted that China has launched pilot programs using the yuan, or renminbi, in settlements of international trade and investment transactions. "They fit in well with market demand as evidenced by the rapidly expanding scale of these transactions," he said. ---------------------- Interesting pieces of the puzzle beginning to appear. Anyone remember how much China has in Iraqi Dinar?
  6. IMO when someoen uses the word "scam" today -- it is merely a cop-out by people who won't take the time to read and learn about something on their own. Sadly a lot of folks have lost their ability to "think" as they've grown accustom to the "not-so-bright" actors or TV personalities to tell them how and what to think in today's world. The good news is, if you invested in the Iraqi Dinar -- you're way ahead of the pack! The trick after the RI/RV is to not fall into the same trap and rely too heavily on what others will tell you to do with your money. Trust your gut and repent so that you will be worthy of the spirit of God to direct you to follow God's will. Good luck to us all!
  7. God Bless our AWESOME Military and their families who have endured so much over the years to preserve our way of life! After watching this ... it kinda renews your determination to live a good life so that likewise, God's arms will open wide to recieve you -- just as a proud parent and child do when reuniting. God bless and keep you! Quattro1
  8. Thanks for the post. I pray their families will turn their hearts and minds to God during this time of loss. God save saved us all!
  9. Thanks for the post -- can't wait to show it to my wife!
  10. Ever notice that the CBI website ( has a section in the center titled ... "What are you looking for?" Maybe someone needs to inform the webmaster of the CBI site to list the missing bullet, to say ... "RV" (just joking folks). Happy New Year everyone -- was hoping it would end on a "happier" note. 11:57pm in Baghdad
  11. 11:45 pm, Dec. 31, 2010 in Baghdad right now. Good grief, I'm an addict.
  12. WUPW News reporting that the "Dinar Investment a Ponzi Scheme." It's gonna be as plain as the egg on their face when this deal RV's!!!
  13. Always nice to start the day with a little "Humor" ... or uh ... "Rumor" that is. Go RV!
  14. My wife and I recently bought more Dinars from Ali with anticipation of the impending RI/RV in hopes that we could "help" some family members -- mainly my sister-in-law who works for my wife in their accounting dept. Here's the question(s) ... in your opinion (realizing that probably none of us are Tax Attorneys, and none of us can hold anyone to their "opinion" ... 1. What is the best way to "gift" dinar to relatives? Before RV or after? Is a notary necessary? Should I give the physical Dinar to them in advance of the RV? 2. What is the best way to pass along wealth to your kids? (I've read many discussions on Family Trusts, 501c3's, and Dividend Paying Whole Life Insurance Policies) -- but, from my searching the DV database, I can't see where this discussion has been addressed more recently. Any advice would be greatly appreciated -- hopefully not just for myself, but many of the DV family. THANK YOU in advance and God bless! Quattro1 ** Mods -- please forgive me if I posted this in the wrong area.
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