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  1. I saved a ton of money on my car insurance. I sold my vehcile and bought more dinar with the proceeds.
  2. I've read that the Dong will just continue to grow in value as the economy over there continues to grow (and America's continues to fade). I have a little stash of VND but if the dinar comes through, I'll be buying a big stash - if it's available. I got a million for $60 from a local bank.
  3. I'm with you on this one. If one of these currencies creates a windfall - why not risk a little of the profits on another currency which might do the same thing? I heard somebody mentioning Libya and Afghanistan. I'm not sure about other revalues - but it might be a foregone conclusion that having foreign currency when the US dollar takes a dive would not be a bad thing - so Swiss Francs and Chinese Juan and Japanese Yen have been mentioned in that regard. But for those who have dinar but no dong - if the dinar revalues first, you'd be a fool not to invest in dong. And vice versa.
  4. In fact - if you look at Adam's last chat, he said he's afraid nothing will be done until after Ramadan. Not good news there, but I don't think we'll have to wait that long.
  5. The problem might be that they upgraded their site and introduced some programming errors. On the other hand, they might have done that intentionally to look like they had made such an unsuccessful upgrade. Bottom line is that they are unavailable to sell any dinar or dong right now. If they thought a revalue was imminent, it would make sense for them to go "offline" in some fashion while it's happening.
  6. Maybe I'm being stupid here but I don't get it. If lifting the debt ceiling takes us into no man's land where the interest we owe exceeds our ability to pay it off: Why would the US - if the treasury indeed holds trillions of dinars - stop an rv which could reduce the debt we have to the point we are way below our current ceiling?? And then the additional taxes that are collected will add even additional funds to the US coffers. The logical answers: #1 - we are not stopping it so we have to scramble to meet the debt ceiling deadline. #2 - Obama wants the econcomy to
  7. I don't have to Google it. I read the book 40 years ago when I was in college. A customer gave me a copy at the store where I worked. Interesting stuff - much of it hard to swallow - but I've seen plenty of evidence of the coming of a one-world government. It would be a Brave New World but wouldn't be a pretty world.
  8. I listened the other day to a broadcast that revealed a strategy that had been compiled by a couple of socialist professor types on how to bring down the United States through debt accumulation and poor fiscal policies. The people presenting the documentation indicated that Obama is pretty much doing things according to their plan. Is it possible that Obama does not wish for the dinar to revalue and rescue the American economy (for a season anyway)? Lifting the debt ceiling would not have to be done in that eventuality - if the US truly has trillons of dinars. And raising the debt ceilng ab
  9. I just called the 5/3 bank near my home and asked about rates for Dong and dinar. They no longer sell Dinar and the buyback price was $600+ per million. I can get $800 from DinarBanker so I was very disappointed with the discrepancy. To buy 100 million Dong it would be $6000 whereas to buy it at DinarBanker is $9000. This mixed bag of results left me shaking my head about where to get the best exchange rates. In any case, I established that this bank is unaware of any rv.
  10. Kim Clement did not mention the month of July. He said summer. Frank was the one who pulled July out of that prophecy. Again this weekend we got nothing. The something will appear suddenly. I'm predicting August.
  11. Not so fast! I won't be cashing in if the rate is much below a dollar. And if it is around a dollar, I'm not cashing it all in. Thanks for the post. I'm going to call my 5/3 bank on Monday and ak them about that and ask if they sell Vietnamese dong.
  12. [OKIE OIL MAN] I FORGOT THE MOST IMPORTANT ATTRIBUTE---THAT IS FAITH---1ST IN OUR FATHER--SAVIOR---HOLY SPIRIT---AND DINAR SHOULD BE BEHIND COUNTRY FAMILY AND CHARITY [OKIE OIL MAN] THIS AFTERNOON WOULD BE AN EXCELLENT TIME IF YOUR INDOORS TO SHUT OFF THE COMPUTER AND DO SOME READING IN YOUR BIBLE Okie made these two statements of weight here. The poor guy is the butt of all the criticism of people who have no source of intelligence other than people like Okie. He has contacts feeding him information - so most of the stuff originates from the testimony of his witnesses. He might be relyi
  13. Where do you get that kind of action? You'd want to be sure there is not much possibility of default. That would rule out several municipalities.
  14. I don't have confidence in keeping my money in US dollars. After we cash in on the Iraqi Dinar revaluation, what are the best options for making safe investments? #1 - gold? #2 - silver? #3 - another metal? #4 - Chinese Currency? #5 - Vietnamese Dong? #6 - Silver stocks? #7 - Swiss francs? #8 Israeli government bonds. #9 - Israeli oil company stock. I've been contemplating all of the above. Anybody have feedback on any of these channels? Any other things to pursue?
  15. I thought the presence of IQD on Forex indicates that the dinar is recognized and internationally traded??
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