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About GT5Junkie

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  1. And the true value of your shares never went up or down either! Do you really not understand that? You spent 11,000 dinar, worth $9.46, and after an RD they're worth 11 dinar, still worth $9.46.
  2. I think (actually, I know) that no other country on the planet monetizes gold and oil that are in the ground and uses it to back their currency. Not sure what the going rate for "Middle East Pride" is, but I'm guessing they can't use that to back their currency either.
  3. I think they're referring to a future currency but using the current exchange rate to explain their value. I think one thing that indicates this is that sometimes they'll use the word "class" and sometimes they won't. Sometimes they're just talking about a thousand dinar, and they'll just say a thousand dinar note, and sometimes (when it appears that they're talking about a future currency) they'll say "in the class of 1000 dinar" or something similar. I think the 100,000 dinar note will actually be a 100 dinar note, and will be equivalent in value to 4 of the current 25,000 notes. It'll b
  4. I think most people in this investment aren't really in a position to buy whatever amount of dinar they want in order to get to their "monetary goal." If they want a million or two bucks, spending 1 or 2 grand and hoping for a $1+ RV is feasible. Spending a hundred thousand on the promise of a .01 RV in order to get to a million dollar return isn't. Big numbers puts people in the seats. A lot of people won't bother on a speculative longshot in order to make a few hundred or a thousand percent, but they sure will for 300,000%. Do you buy lotto tickets where the biggest payout is 10 bucks?
  5. I don't think this is really that new, it's been that way for at least a couple weeks. Their assessment of the way in which the dinar is promoted as an investment seems accurate, and the link that they provide has information that many would do well to read. I wouldn't really call this "all gung ho:"
  6. Unlike 95% of the RVers, I've never said that it's going to go down a certain way with 100% certainty. Look at how many of the RVers use "when" rather than "if" in their posts. There's hundreds or thousands of posters on this site that speak of an RV to .10 or .86+ as if it's a foregone conclusion. As if it's the only possible outcome. A lop isn't the only possible outcome, but IT IS the outcome mentioned in the article in this thread. Do you think seeing "this is good news for the RV" or "this means we're almost to the RV" over and over and over in every single thread in response to ever
  7. I'm not the one that's posting RD/LOP articles, get mad at Sonny1. I'm just pointing out what "delete the zeros" means, I'm sick of gurus/pumpers/dreamers either misinterpreting it or flat out lying about what it means.
  8. "Turkey, Brazil and many countries of the world have experienced deleting three zeros" Read more:
  9. The bottom line is that you're not likely to get an unbiased opinion from anyone that either is profiting or stands to profit from a big RV. There is money to be made right now off of dinar sales spreads and advertising and "premium" memberships and if you expect to get an unbiased opinion about the dinar from someone that is making money from the hype about the dinar then you are nuts. No one that is making 5 grand a month off those things is going to tell you the truth, or anything that is negative about the "investment."
  10. That's pretty weird, that they couldn't cough up 9 grand at a moments notice. I was selling one car (privately) and buying another and trying to do it over the weekend so I ended up getting the 12 grand that I sold the old car for in cash from the guys bank on a Sunday and it was no problem. Cash in hand on buying a used car can depend. If you're dangling it under the nose of a private seller I could see it helping, but with a dealership it doesn't really make much difference. I've worked at a few back in the day and they would actually much prefer that you finance because it gives them an
  11. The CBIs documents don't seem to indicate anything is being dried up. Both currency outside banks and the M2 keep going up and up.
  13. In case anyone hadn't noticed, Sirius is into a lot of conspiracy theories that he has zero support for and likes to vomit into every thread he comes across.
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