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dinardlee

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  1. I hope this post is a joke. BofA is hiring advisors because they are looking to expand, not because of IQD. This forum is becoming more of a joke as days go by. Their direct competitor is morgan stanley smith barney and they have more advisors than ML, although assets under management per advisor is a bit less.

    They are hiring more people why? some double digit million people will retire this year, and there are alot of opportunities. Seriously, I come to this once in a while to get some information but it's becoming a joke.

  2. I know excatly what will happen and agree w/ your most of your thoughts. That why I only invested what I could lose. No worries.

    bingo...

    Flame on.

    If indeed it does LOP, I would not care since I didn't lose a dime..well I was invested for years so I did lose some to inflation, but that's ok...it was worth the opportunity cost. I've always stated, invest what you can lose. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.

    In any case, I would love for it to RV, but it doesn't I'll just exchange it back to dollars.

  3. In Re : The banks know nothing

    You picked a heck of a way to introduce yourself. I will now introduce myself. My name is Paul Lanphere and I am both a VET and Investor. I have been involved in the Investment for 5 plus years in the Iraq Dinar. I would like to assist you in the your education on you investment.

    1. You need only go to the News Related section of this site to see that Citi Bank has merged with the Bank of Iraq.

    2. You need to talk to the individuals that have invested in the investment. What I mean by this is the VIP section. If you put forth the effort to do this you will find that these folks are dealing in fact not bullshit.

    3. Accusitory statement will make it difficult for you to survive this site as the senior members are time proven warriors and will most certainly have your head at every corner.

    4. Below I have listed one of several contacts that will be happy to discuss the RV and all their thoughts on it.

    Sean K. Savoji,

    Private Banker

    Wells Fargo Bank

    6001 Topanga Canyon Blvd.

    Woodland Hills, CA 91367

    (818) 742 4932

    Not sure where you are so I need to mention that this gentleman is on PST.

    Remebering that information is power I would encourage you to find good solid information. In my experiences I have found this sites VIP area to be filled with fact based information. This plus the outstanding character of the people I am encountering makes it a profound peice of fact pie in this insanely hot bakery.

    Hope you survive this round. See you in the VIP section.

    Queitlearner

    Not to burst your bubble, but how would a regional private banker in a retail branch know anything about the underlying issues behind all of this?

    He isn't even in an impressive position at wells fargo, and please don't throw out titles like VP, Relationship Managers, and etc since to become a VP at a financial institution, all you need to do is fog a mirror.

    Maybe he has insider information that we do not know. Again, I'm just basing my statement on the tone of your post. I too a long time investor and holding a decent amount of dinar.

    Cheers.

  4. I agree with the OP. I've been a long time dinar investor, and I've always stated this investment is pure speculation.

    When I read the board, I can see desparate hope in 90% of threads. Titles such as "Holiday RV", "Jesus and RV", "It must be this friday", sorry to break it to you folks, but holidays, Gods, and weekends have nothing to do with RV.

    It will RV when the time is right, and that's all you need to know.

    Sit back and enjoy the show, I pretty much stopped posting on this forum because everyone yelled out "RUDE" when a thread was not in their favor.

    You can tell yourself what you want to hear all the time which is, "I will be a millionaire overnight by sitting here with my $2,000 investment in Dinar" or you can tell your what you need to hear which is, "I'm not sure if this RV will happen, so I better invest what I can lose, and move on with my business"

    Take care all.

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  5. I wouldn't bet my money on Gold and Silver...JPM is already shorting silver.

    Gold is at 1504 today, how high do you think it'll go? My guess is that it will hit 2000 in the next 3-5 years then the bubble will burst.

    Precious metals do have a place in a portfolio to hedge against inflation but you can usually make out better with treasury inflation protection securities.

    What I did to invest in commodities is invested in commodity-linked notes. It has 2-1 on the upside with 10% downside buffer, and rather than investing in just gold or silver, it's a basket of well diversified commodities.

    I would personally be long on equities right now, short bonds, and invest 5-8% of your total liquid worth into a basket of commodities or TIPS.

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  6. I have not posted here in a few months, but I think you guys are missing the boat here. The story here is always the same, it still did not happen, and the stupid

    rumors roll-in like clockwork.

    I have been invested with dinar for a while, and I realize there is no money or ROI in waiting for something to RV.

    My brother has been buying and selling dinar, and the profits are tremendous. I keep a few on my side JUST IN CASE it RVs but the real money is in buying and

    selling dinar for the spread. I would have never guessed how desperate some people are at wanting to strike "rich" with barely no work. The brokers are taking

    advantage of that emotion and selling dinars like hotcakes.

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  7. Correct, let's make a list of rumors aka entertainment for tuesday morning.

    1. All bank rumors: Your friend at the bank, your friends friend at the bank, your uncle at the bank, your uncle's friend at the bank, or for that matter ANYBODY at the bank does not know anything. The so-called head of currency desk at your branch is aka Teller manager. The real head of currency is sitting on top of a high rise building in a major city raking in $500,000+ a year not sitting at your local branch. Even that person does not know anything.

    2. All okie dokie, Terry, Furry whoever it is, does not know anything more than you and me.

    List of things to do

    1. Keeping positive does not mean dreaming in la la land of overnight bajiillionaires. Keeping positive is hoping that it will revalue or appreciate in value over time...sooner the better. If you are dreaming in la la land, then you are dreaming.

    2. Invest what you can afford to lose. Don't bet your house on it.

    3. Be patient. Nothing is made over night, and if you honestly want to get rich, go out there and work for it. IQD is not a ticket to instant bajillionaire status, such things do not exist.

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  8. I would not bank your retirement on the Dinar. It's way too speculative, and does not give you any sort of guarantees.

    There are many ways to ensure a safe retirement, but you better atleast have a few million in a 401k, IRA, or some sort of a plan.

    If not, you'll be working longer.

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  9. what are you and C.H. dating??? lol

    again, you resort to nothing but personal attacks and humiliation. Pathetic.

    The OP has a valid concern and seems like he wanted to share it with us. This is better than hearing omg5dollaRVomg which in turn really makes me think it's not going to RV.

  10. I give him a negative not because his opinion (he might be right), but because he seems like a condescending pric*. you don't have to be a jerkoff to get your point across.

    I fail to see how he "seems" like a condescending pric*?

    So you're giving negatives based on assumption because you think he's a certain way? Sounds like you're the condescending pric* to me.

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  11. can i ask simply as why are u here then? Seems a lot of people can't take this ride anymore i say sh** or get off the pot. Good day.

    Easy, I'm really starting to think we don't live on the same planet or breathe the same air.

    What the original poster stated has a very valid point. On top of that, even if it RVs at 1 1/10th of a penny, we still made an amazing profit.

    It is you who cannot handle the ride, is impatient, and seems like you need everything to be handed to you.

    You're acting like if it doesn't have a 100,000,000% profit, the world is over and everyone is being negative..it's simply childish.

    Do not take things for granted my friend, even if it RVs at 100%, you doubled your investment. I want this to happen as much as you want it to happen, but living in mamby pamby land and pipedreaming will only hurt you.

  12. Step up man your geting on a lot of peoples nerves and yes i am in tune with reality than you very much you have a split personality admit it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! o yea its nappy time for you go to sleep now.

    Easy you're a pipedreamer. Just because someone doesn't think it's going to RV at $3.00, makes him negative. A little self-centered there bud? He's negative because he doesn't agree with you?

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  13. Not going to go into specifics right now but let's say

    Obama believes in distribution of wealth, which I do not agree with.

    I believe in economic conservatism and social liberalism.

    Welfare is out of control in this country, I can't count how many times I've seen people use their EBIT (welfare food stamps card), while buying liquir and cigarettes with cash, with name brand jackets, boots, 200 dollar iphones, and hop into their nice SUV and drive away. I'm simply tired of paying for others luxury.

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  14. There's a difference between being negative and being realistic.

    There are two different types of peope on this board,

    1. People who think we will be billionaires over night. They expect this to happen in the next few weeks, and if it doesn't it's "just taking too long!!" and it's too painful and hard to sit and wait for their $3000 investment to magically turn into $3,000,000.00. They also believe in Okie, and other pumpers, and rage and call people rude when we say, "no it's not happening"

    2. People who think we may have a chance to be billionaires overnight or might increaes in value steadily over many years to come. They are fully aware that this is nothing but speculation. These people have invested what they can afford to lose, and base their opinion on research and not rumors. They are often tagged as "rude" by pipe dreamers.

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