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  1. Sorry, here's my re-edit, repost - the site timed me out when I was re-thinking my thoughts on the matter lol :lol:

     

     If Iraq's Dinar pops first, I don't see why Iran wouldn't pop second just my opinion but as of when for both, who knows? :shrug:   Iran & the nuclear talks/JCPOA meetings has been a hot topic and they are happening now though it's been a bumpy ride, but I haven't heard much about any Iraqi news other than what's being posted here on DinarVets.  I have yet to hear much outside US talks with Iraq as they have been with Iran as of late.  

     

    I have no idea on the other Asian currencies you've mentioned friend - Dong is where my interest had stopped.  2020 was a rough year for me and my family, I had to sell everything and I'm getting back into the groove only with Dinar and Rial for now.  👍

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  2. 7 hours ago, rvmydinar said:

    What if iraq does pop first, do you think iran will pop immediately after? 

    Do you think vietnamese dong is the same as south korean won? Because south korean won is cheap, too , but the south korean never intend to revalue their currency since civil war between south korean and north korean until now.

     

    If Iraq's Dinar pops first, I don't see why Iran wouldn't pop second just my opinion but as of when for both, who knows?  I have no idea on the other Asian currencies you've mentioned friend - Dong is where my interest had stopped.  2020 was a rough year for me and my family, I had to sell everything and I'm getting back into the groove now only with Dinar and Rial.  👍

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  3. 21 hours ago, rvmydinar said:

    Do you think between iranian rial, iraq dinar, and vietnam dong, which one is going to pop first? Since iranian rial is cheaper than vietnam dong and vietnam dong is cheaper than iraq dinar.

     

    That's the kicker at least for me from what I've been sharing as a late.  It's been a since neck-in-neck between Rial & Dinar, but the latest exciting events that are happening suddenly, talks between the US, Iran and other would powers are coming back to the JCPOA table.  This is what I am keeping my eye on - would Iraq be "jealous" should everything be said and done if once the sanctions are lifted and Iran's economy reopens back to the world first before they do?  If Iran's currency really does pop before Iraq's, you can definitely bet Dinar will pop immediately after.  They don't wanna' be left out! 😁👍

     

    I don't see anything happening at all regarding the Vietnamese Dong, not even on my radar anymore.  I think there's another thread on that currency, but there's not much news that peaked my interest in the last few years. 

     

    But who knows?

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  4. Some more scoop: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/06/world/europe/iran-nuclear-deal.html

     

     

    Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal

    In indirect talks in Vienna, the U.S. and Iran agreed to try to synchronize Washington’s lifting of sanctions and Iran’s limiting of uranium enrichment.

     


    Diplomats from the European Union, China, Russia and Iran held talks on Tuesday in Vienna.Diplomats from the European Union, China, Russia and Iran held talks on Tuesday in Vienna. Credit...Lars Ternes/Eu Delegation in Vienna, via Getty Images
    Published April 6, 2021Updated April 7, 2021, 4:41 a.m. ET

    BRUSSELS — The United States and Iran agreed through intermediaries on Tuesday to establish two working groups to try to get both countries back into compliance with the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

    In a meeting of the current members of the deal in Vienna, all parties agreed to establish one working group to focus on how to get the United States back to the deal by lifting harsh economic sanctions imposed or reimposed after President Donald J. Trump pulled out of the accord in May 2018.

    The other working group will focus on how to get Iran back into compliance with the accord’s limitations on nuclear enrichment and stockpiles of enriched uranium.

    The two groups have already begun their efforts, according to Mikhail Ulyanov, the Russian representative who is ambassador to international organizations in Vienna.

     

    Mr. Ulyanov called Tuesday’s meeting of the joint commission on the Iran deal an initial success.

    But in a Twitter message he cautioned that restoration of the deal “will not happen immediately. It will take some time. How long? Nobody knows. The most important thing after today’s meeting of the Joint Commission is that practical work toward achieving this goal has started.”

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  5. More scoop: https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/06/middleeast/iran-nuclear-deal-intl-cmd/index.html

     

    :reading-newspaper:

     

    The moment of truth is here for the Iran nuclear deal

    Analysis by Nick Paton Walsh, International Security Editor, CNN

     

    Updated 5:53 AM ET, Tue April 6, 2021

    (CNN) It is the moment that all the grunting and yelling has been leading up to.

    Few doubted the United States and Iran deep-down preferred diplomacy -- even a new deal -- to escalating tensions, and possibly military confrontation. Now the moment of truth is here, in a Vienna conference room, where the E3+2 of the nuclear deal (UK, France, Germany, Russia and China) and Iran will sit down and talk about what comes next.
     
     
  6. Latest scoop, here we go: https://www.yahoo.com/news/iran-u-hold-indirect-nuclear-082636831.html

     

    World powers, Iran, U.S. begin indirect talks to revive nuclear deal

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    Francois Murphy, Parisa Hafezi and John Irish
    Tue, April 6, 2021, 4:26 AM
     
     

    By Francois Murphy, Parisa Hafezi and John Irish

    VIENNA (Reuters) - European intermediaries began shuttling between Iranian and U.S. officials in Vienna on Tuesday as they sought to bring both countries back into full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal that Washington abandoned three years ago.

    Iran has steadily overstepped the accord's limits on its nuclear programme in response to Washington's withdrawal from the accord in 2018 and its reimposition of sanctions that have crippled the Islamic Republic's economy.

    While Tehran has repeatedly rebuffed "direct and indirect negotiations" with its old foe, Washington said on Monday it expected the talks to be difficult. Neither side expected any early breakthrough.

     
    "We are confident that we are on the right track, and if America's will, seriousness and honesty is proven, it could be a good sign for a better future for this agreement," Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei told reporters.
     

    The remaining parties to the deal will first meet at a Viennese hotel for preparatory talks amid snowy conditions in the Austrian capital, where the pact was originally reached in 2015.

    Officials from Britain, France and Germany, will act as intermediaries between Iran and the United States, shuttling between both delegations. Russia and China, the other parties to the 2015 pact, are also attending.

    The U.S. delegation, headed by special envoy Rob Malley, will be based in a nearby hotel.

    President Joe Biden's administration wants to revive the accord but has said this requires negotiations. Tehran has dismissed any direct engagement for now in talks with Washington about both sides resuming compliance with the deal.

    Under the 2015 accord, U.S. and other economic sanctions on Tehran were removed in return for curbs on Iran’s nuclear programme to make it harder to develop a nuclear weapon - an ambition Tehran denies.

    "This is going to involve discussions about identifying the steps that the U.S. has to take and identifying the steps that Iran is going to have to take," Malley told NPR radio on Tuesday morning. "Because they've been increasingly in noncompliance with their nuclear commitments."

    DIFFICULTIES

    Highlighting the difficulties of getting a breakthrough, Majid Takht-Ravanchi, Iran's envoy to the United Nations and a former nuclear negotiator, put the onus firmly on the United States.

    "The US has so far failed to honor @POTUS campaign promise to rejoin the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action). So this opportunity shouldn't be wasted," he said on Twitter. "If US lifts all sanctions, Iran will then cease all remedial measures."

    Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final say on all state matters, has opposed any gradual easing of sanctions.

    An EU official said working groups would be created with the aim of marrying lists of sanctions that the United States could lift and nuclear obligations that Iran should meet.

    Diplomats said Tuesday's talks could continue for several days to resolve some of the easier issues before resuming next week. The aim is some form of a deal ahead of June's Iranian presidential election, the official said, although Iranian and U.S. officials have said there is no rush.

    The Biden administration has also said it will seek to build a "longer and stronger agreement" that would deal with other issues, including Iran's nuclear programme after the existing deal's existing terms begin to expire, Tehran's development of ballistic missiles, and its support for proxy forces across the Middle East.

    It is not clear that Iran would engage in such discussions.

    "What we would pursue is, first of all, a longer agreement ... it would be better, as in any arms control agreement, to see whether we could get a follow-on deal that extends the timelines," Malley said, adding that he wanted talks about all other issues.

    "But we're much better off talking about all of that if we could at least put the current nuclear issue to the side and not have to worry every day about what the latest Iranian announcement will be," he said.

    (Writing by Parisa Hafezi and John Irish; Editing by Stephen Coates and Giles Elgood)

  7. On 3/16/2021 at 12:59 PM, pokerplayer said:

     

    Um,because we want to see an RV before were all dead. Seems like a good reason to me.

     

     So 17+ yrs. is long enough for this Investment for me. We all want to retire like..............NOW

     

    pp

     

    On 3/16/2021 at 4:46 PM, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

    What do you mean NOW,  I was ready to retire 12 years ago :lmao:

     

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  8. 6 hours ago, md11fr8dawg said:

    What could possibly go wrong with this deal???

     

    Man, anything can happen........it is that now there are talks in trying for everyone to come back to the JCPOA table, but with the recent missile attacks in Iraq (just my view) it continues to be a struggle to get things done and resolved.  I still, do not believe Iran's currency will pop first before the Dinar, and this might be our other indicator to help us foresee or get an idea just how close we are to the RV.  There's another hot thread happening that the Oil and Gas Law is now under review for approval, but we continue to wait and see.  

     

    Yup. :praying:

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  9. More scoop:

    Link: https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/24026-US-reaffirms-commitment-to-Iranian-nuclear-talks,-despite-Iran’s-rejection

    US reaffirms commitment to Iranian nuclear talks, despite Iran’s rejection

    WASHINGTON DC (Kurdistan 24) - State Department Spokesperson Ned Price on Monday reaffirmed the continued US commitment to discussions with Iran over the 2015 nuclear deal, which President Donald Trump abrogated in 2018, although Iran has rejected such talks.

    Already on Feb. 18, the US said it was ready to participate in such discussions, along with the signatories to the nuclear deal: Iran, plus what is known as the P-5: the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, which, in addition to the US, include Britain, China, France, Russia, while the “+1” is Germany.

    Iran’s first response to the invitation, issued by the European Union (EU), was only that it was studying the invitation. On Sunday, Foreign Ministry spokesman, Saeed Khatibzadeh, finally gave Iran’s reply. He issued a statement, saying, “Iran does not consider this the time to hold an informal meeting with these countries.”

    The US reaction to the Iranian rejection has been muted. “We are disappointed at Iran’s response,” Price told journalists on Monday, “but we remain ready to re-engage in meaningful diplomacy to achieve a mutual return to compliance under the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal name of the nuclear deal.]”

    “We’ll be consulting our P5+1 partners on the best way forward,” Price added, as he affirmed that “resumption of a compliance can’t happen without all sides discussing the details.”

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  10. 4 hours ago, 6ly410 said:

    Oil announces the transfer of a copy of the oil and gas law to the Council of Ministers for approval

    In the form of opinion

    Ministry of Oil: Review the final version of the draft federal oil and gas law

    The Minister of Oil stressed the importance of expediting the passage of the federal oil and gas law 

    And its importance in organizing the management of oil and gas wealth in Iraq.

    Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail said that the meeting of the opinion committee at the Ministry of Oil, which was held on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, included discussion and review of the final version of the federal oil and gas law. 

    He emphasized that this copy should be referred to the Council of Ministers for approval 

    After completing its review by the concerned authorities in the ministry, and then the Council of Ministers will review this copy 

    And referred it in turn to the House of Representatives in order to enact this law. 

    Referring to the ministry's keenness to pass a law that contributes to the development of the oil and gas industry, and the optimal investment of the national wealth in Iraq in order to support system" rel="">support the national economy.

                     

       information Office 

       In the Ministry of Oil 

       February 24, 2021

     

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  11. More scoop: 

     

    Biden admin weigh easing Iran sanctions: Sunday Times

    Link: https://www.tehrantimes.com/news/458437/Biden-admin-weigh-easing-Iran-sanctions-Sunday-Times

     

    It is noted that despite the fact that the new administration insists on the desire to sit down at the negotiating table, “there are signs that a relaxation of sanctions is not far off.” 

    “Easing sanctions is definitely on the way. Not today or tomorrow. But it is on its way,” said a source from the national security sector."

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  12. More scoop:

     

    "Biden has moved to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal and take a warmer tone with Tehran"

     

    Link: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/republicans-bidens-move-iran-sanctions-push

     

    Political views aside, I still can't shake off the feeling guys......still early for anything, but I can't shake off the feeling.   If there's even an inkling should the sanctions gets lifted and Iran's economy gears to become ready to reopen back to the world, the Dinar to RV must be closer than we think. :praying:

     

     

     

     

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  13. Iran nuclear deal: US agrees to meet Iran, world powers in first step for Biden administration

    Hi folks! Well as mentioned before, more talks about revisiting the JCPOA!  I'm on my tablet, but hope you guys can view and see the link here: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/02/18/iran-nuclear-deal-us-agrees-meet-just-days-before-deadline/4498107001/?itm_source=AMP&itm_medium=UpNext

     

    "No meeting has been set yet, but EU officials have indicated he would be willing to invite the parties to engage in talks. The nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, was negotiated by the U.S. with Iran, China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom.  The #JCPOA at a critical moment," Enrique Mora, the EU's deputy secretary general, tweeted after Price's statement. "I am ready to invite them to an informal meeting to discuss the way forward."

     

    Chime in ya'll!  Brother Screwball, where ya' at buddy?! :praying:

     

     

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  14. 1 hour ago, unirod said:

    Through the last 15 years following this investment, I had no idea that it was going to be such a long shot. 

     

    Hey, going for about 13 years for me I always had looked at it this way....it was either stack up Dinar and hang onto this ride, or blowing cash away in Las Vegas.  You never know! :cheesehead:

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  15. On 2/4/2021 at 9:21 PM, pokerplayer said:

    So to answer your question, in my opinion , we are still in a wait and see pattern.

    pp

     

    Hi PP!! Thanks, the recent articles I've posted expresses to me that there's some "noise" happening behind the scenes on talks for the US getting back to the table discussing sanctions, I figured one step-at-a-time type thing.  Removing some parts of sanctions held for allowing medical support into Iran, I'd say is one of the first steps....

     

    I bet my next few glass shots of whiskey after this, major talks to revisit the JCPOA plan will not be that far away.........this is to me, will definitely help us get an idea probably how close the Dinar will RV.  It's been a gut feeling in recent times, I can't see how the Rial would pop first before Iraq's Dinar.  Granted and yup, still in a wait and see pattern but keep an eye on any talks of revisiting the JCPOA.  😉👍🍺

     

    Hope all's good with ya'!

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